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Online Psycho-Spiritual Group

~ A Bi-Weekly, Online Meeting with the Founders of the Center for Human Awakening ~

"We often hear people ask, “How long does inner work take?” It is a question that supposes an end, but more it speaks to the urgency to not waste a single minute, hour or day in unawareness, in partial living, in unconsciousness. How long the journey takes and whether and how it may end, and where you may find yourself when and if it does, are questions without answers. However, of one thing I am certain. The supportive gathering of likeminded souls, those who are intent on awakening, is indispensable to your personal and spiritual unfolding. When a group comes available to you, ask yourself, “Do I want to grow and develop in the inner realms?” Since you are at one with all of life with all others, beyond prejudice, differences, bias, concealed judgments and latent intolerance of any kind, gathering together with others, learning, sharing, supporting, resonating, developing the capacity for patience, tolerance, compassion, heart listening, receiving and giving is one of the most powerful methods for inner growth there is. So I encourage you to take advantage of this international online gathering, not only for your own personal development, but also as a commitment to the tolerance, unity, and collaboration that is required to bring healing to the human collective." ~ Richard Harvey, Author, Spiritual Teacher, Psycho-Spiritual Psychotherapist

In Buddhism, the Sangha or ‘Community of like minded Souls’ is considered one of the 3 essential parts of Human development, a part often sacrificed or missed in our busy lives. A Spiritual path or practice can feel lonely at times. This group’s principal intention is to provide an honouring space for individual growth and connection with others in community. You are given a chance to be with others who are likewise interested in the deepening and broadening of their awareness and their capacity to hold their authentic Selves. 

This online group will be conducted via a Zoom videoconference call and is for you if:

  • You have embarked on your personal inner journey
  • You want to deepen your understanding of psycho-spiritual inner work
  • You want to share and explore with others as a practitioner, therapist or counselor for clarification and deepening

The online meetings take the following format:

  • Rev Robert Meagher, co-founder of the Center for Human Awakening, introduces the session and leads a short meditation to prepare and deepen participants for the session;
  • Richard Harvey, founder of the Center for Human Awakening and the creator of Sacred Attention Therapy (SAT), gives some preliminary remarks, possibly suggesting a theme for the meeting;
  • Participants share and the meeting is opened up to group discussion, shared reflection, questions and answers, and mutual insights;
  • The session ends with closing remarks and encouragements for following through on what has been discussed in the meeting.

When:                  Every other Thursday (starting Thursday, April 16, 2020)

Times:                 11:30 - 13:00 EST / 17:30 - 19:00 CEST 

Where:                Online via Zoom videoconference software

Cost                  € 28 / session   OR   € 200 for 10 sessions

Registration     Register by purchasing your session(s) via the PayPal button to the right

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The Sacred Attention Therapy Groupwork Manual is a long-awaited response to people who have thought of setting up and running Human Awakening Groups and have not been sure quite how to do it. It is also intended for therapists, group leaders, SAT students, SAT therapists, and anyone who wants to try their hand at setting up and running a therapy group. The manual is the product of Richard Harvey’s 40 years of experience and it offers a unique approach and insights into therapeutic groupwork. Click here for more details.