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Sunday, August 11 • 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Choose Love: I Can I Will I Must

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Shifting from fear to love is a choice. Choosing love in the most challenging circumstances is a choice. Sucking at it is part of the process.

Gina will share her inspiration for starting Lead with Love, an organization committed to shifting culture from fear to love. With humor and insight she will share what she knows to be true, that we can, we will, and we must learn how to overcome the barriers to love and live from a place of authentic loving that naturally leads us to chose love over fear, regardless of outside circumstances.
This IS the meaning of life.
Find this place and discover a true sense of liberation. It doesn't mean that life doesn't suck sometimes, it does, and yet we can reframe the way we hold it with some Samurai skills designed by the founder of the "Love Ninjas". We are culturally conditioned to be victims and to be victimized. Learn how to recognize it and how to use this sword of discernment to create a more meaningful, inspired life based on ownership and choosing love over fear every chance you get.
In this experiential talk Gina will share five practical steps to shifting from fear based thinking to perceiving through the eyes of love. We can. We Will. We Must! Be part of the solution to what you see in the world. Don't just curse at the darkness, find the strength and the skills to be the light.
Class time devoted to lecture: 31-45 minutes

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Gina Murdock

Gina Murdock is a writer, yoga teacher, and community organizer. She is founder of the Aspen Yoga Society, The Aspen City of Wellbeing, Lead with Love Retreats and the Mind, Body, Spirit Rx content brand. Gina and her husband Jerry created and support the Mind, Body, Spirit Series... Read More →

Sunday August 11, 2019 5:30pm - 6:30pm MDT
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