The benefits of attending Toward a More Peaceful World | Register by Fri Dec 19 to get the early discount.

Dr. David Berceli teaching TRE in China.

Dr. David Berceli teaching TRE in China.

This era of human history is witnessing tremendous trauma on a global scale. It seems impossible to try and stop such tragedy despite our greatest desires to do so. In light of this unstoppable, irreversible and seemingly self-destructive era of our humanity, we need to ask: What possible good can come of all this violence? Once again, if we view trauma as a part of life, we must consider the possibility that the large scale trauma that we are experiencing has the potential of helping us evolve into a more ethical, moral and caring species. This global trauma can be viewed as the pain of the human species going through the birthing canal to be born into a new era of human consciousness.
 – David Berceli

Hi everyone,

I know asking you to think about January right now might be a bit much – yet – the early registration deadline for Toward a More Peaceful World is this coming Friday, December 19 and I don’t want you to miss out on it.

If you are on the fence about attending, here are some really good benefits to consider:

•    Participating in Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE) has really good odds of making you feel better – e.g. better sleep, more relaxed muscles, calm-alert mind, etc. You get to learn it from the one who created it — a rare opportunity in and of itself — and then, after the two-day workshop, you get to go home and continue its benefits by practicing at home on your own because it really is that easy to learn.

•    Learning more about stress, trauma and the obstacles to conflict resolution from Dr. David Berceli is apt to change the way you see the world (personal, local and global) – cycles we seem stuck in will make more sense — and recognizing what needs to change is likely to make you feel more optimistic.

•    Celebrating Living Ubuntu’s 10th Birthday in the evening will include lots of fun!

•    The whole weekend benefits Living Ubuntu’s project, Trauma Recovery for East African Refugees in San Diego.

What could be more of a win-win-win-win?

Oh – here’s one more — register by Friday, December 19 and save 20% :)

BTW: All are welcome — and — LMFTs and LCSWs can get CEUs for this event.

Grateful for your engagement,

Barbara English, LMFT
Founder & Executive Director, Living Ubuntu
(949) 891-2005
[Ubuntu] n. a person is a person through other persons

Members of the military learning TRE.

Dr. David Berceli has taught TRE in many African countries.

Dr. David Berceli has taught TRE in many African countries.


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