Norwich UK - Headless Introduction Workshop with Karin Visser and Friends
Saturday December 2, 2 - 5 pm
Are you interested in discovering who you really really are? The Headless Way offers an immediate, playful and thorough way to find this out for yourself, within no time. What this insight means, or how to apply it to everyday life, you can explore afterwards for the rest of your life. This approach is based on The Headless Way originated by Douglas Harding.
Where: Norwich, England
Contact and registration: Rob Middleton at mailto:[email protected]
Headless Workshop with Richard Lang
Sunday May 5, 10.30 am - 4 pm
The direct Headless experience
This workshop is in English. Besides introducing the basic experiments of The Headless Way to discover who you truly are, we take them a step further. Together we'll explore: How natural or normal is the Headless vision? What is it like to share your Headless experience with another? What is this Reality we all share and which is accessible and visible every moment? What is it like to be for a day in a mini Seeing Society?
Where: Headless Café in Lelystad
Costs: € 70 (including coffee/ tea, bring your own lunch)
Public transportation: Train to Lelystad Centraal, then bus 1 to Lelystad-Haven
(If you don't receive a confirmation of your registration within 4 days, please mail me. Something went wrong then)
For workshops in Dutch language please look under workshops on the Dutch page.
DISCLAIMER: The headless way meetings/gatherings (in person or remote) are for entertainment, self-help and educational purposes only––for guiding attention to Who we all really are––and are not intended in any way to be a replacement or substitute for qualified medical, psychological, or addiction advice, diagnosis, treatment or therapy from a fully qualified source. If you think you may be suffering from a medical, psychological, or addictive condition, consult your doctor or other appropriately qualified professional person or service. Organizers, meeting hosts and all members are engaged solely in maintaining a loose social organization of peers on a volunteer basis and are not responsible for the health, safety, or wellbeing of anyone who takes part.