Leila Rosen, Aesthetic Realism associate, writes about this upcoming Public Seminar:
How much people feel unexpressed and long to express themselves, yet don’t know what that would mean. And how often people also feel that they “expressed” themselves in a way they’re ashamed of, that they blundered again–but don’t understand why.
Aesthetic Realism explains this subject! And as the speakers at the exciting June 7th seminar show how, they’ll present the knowledge everyone is looking for. Consultant Devorah Tarrow and associates Maureen Butler and Sally Ross, using vivid instances from their own lives and from the arts and history, will make this thrillingly clear: our ability to be truly expressed depends on how well we see the world, because it’s the world in which, and to which, we express ourselves.
You’ll hear too about Aesthetic Realism consultations–and how, as women learn to see themselves, people, and the world itself more truly, they come to be expressed in a way they always longed to be!