Posted by: harrymorganmoses | July 23, 2009
Dr. John B. Waterhouse
July 25, 2009 – The Art of Being Authentically Responsible
Dr. John B. Waterhouse, Co-Minister of the Center for Creative Living in Asheville, NC: “I describe myself as a teacher, guide, mentor, and leader. My life has long been about revealing the power that dwells within each person I meet. With this as my foundation, I have created a variety of expressions through which I contribute to the human experience.”
To begin experiencing an easier, more satisfying and more joyous life, Dr. John Waterhouse presents a radical, jaw dropping, paradigm shift where participants learn for the first time how we all avoid taking authentic responsibility in our lives by degrading ourselves. Yes, we all do it. Here’s a hint: Being authentically responsible means we are constantly learning from our experiences. If you’re not learning, you’re not being responsible. This topic is designed to expand our awareness of our own behavior and open us to effective ways of achieving greater levels of integrity and continuity in our lives.