Leila Rosen, Aesthetic Realism associate, writes about this upcoming Public Seminar:
People long to be expressed. Yet without being clear about it, they’ve felt that expressing themselves, putting forth and taking care of themselves, was not the same as being just to others. This rift has made people, in various ways, unsure, angry, stymied, ashamed.
On June 6th, you’ll hear the solution! Consultant Bennett Cooperman and associates Christopher Balchin and Alan Shapiro will show that Aesthetic Realism makes sense of people’s confusion about expression! They’ll give illustrations from their own lives and the lives of men in various cultural fields. And they’ll show that the answer to the question in this seminar’s title is Yes!—and show why.
You’ll learn how Aesthetic Realism makes true self-expression possible in a person’s life—and how this is happening for men now, through the great education taking place in Aesthetic Realism consultations.