Who doesn’t want to feel better? We work hard, play hard, and are exhausted by the busy-ness of our lives. Instead of searching for happiness in the outside world, how about learning how to carry it with you all the time? We are all innately healthy. It’s a wonderful gift. But we spend so much time chasing happiness and peace of mind, we forget that we have it with us all along.
In this workshop, popular presenters Christine J. Heath, LMFT, director of the Hawaii Counseling and Education Center and the former Minnesota Counseling and Education Center, and Commander Ed Lemon of the St. Paul Police Department, team up to help you wake up to your own health.
The Three Principles:
Over forty years ago, a Scottish welder named Sydney Banks had a spiritual experience that brought profound change not only to his life, but to the world. Through a beautiful insight, he saw the grace and simplicity of how human beings experience their existence. What emerged was a deep knowledge that all psychological reality is created within us through Three Principles: Mind, Consciousness, and Thought. Since that time, countless people around the world have been touched and inspired by the transformative power that comes naturally with ongoing, ever-deepening appreciation, recognition, and understanding of these Three Principles.
Christine Heath, LMFT, Executive Director of the Hawaii Counseling and Education Center, has been teaching the Principles for over 35 years. She is a renowned international trainer and speaker and has guided the work of her clinics using the Principles. She is an AAMFT Approved Supervisor and has significant experience in the mental, chemical, and relational health fields.
Commander Ed Lemon has been a law enforcement officer for over 30 years with three different police departments. He has worked in a wide variety of positions, including the Director of the St. Paul Police Employee Assistance Program. He has been involved in Principle-based psychology since 1993 and has helped to design and implement programs for youth, parents, corrections workers, teachers, and law enforcement officers.
The St. Paul Police Department, Western District Conference Room
389 Hamlin Avenue North, St. Paul, MN
Dates and Times:
Friday, October 19, 2018: Registration 5:30-6:00 p.m., Workshop 6:00-9:00 p.m.
$40 per person OR $30 each for family or group members
Call (808) 254-6484 to register!