Speakers: Ken Kimmelman, Ernest DeFilippis, Jeffrey Carduner
Men want to feel powerful—everyone does. And it’s clearer than ever that various ways men have gone after power in relation to women are terrifically hurtful, should stop immediately, should never have happened. Meanwhile, there is urgently needed knowledge about power and the human self that every person is thirsting for. It exists in Aesthetic Realism, is not had elsewhere, and is what consultants Jeffrey Carduner, Ernest DeFilippis, and Ken Kimmelman will present at this thrilling and vital seminar.
They’ll illustrate—using instances from their own lives and the arts—what Aesthetic Realism alone explains: there are two kinds of power, and everyone is in a fight between them. That fight in a man, as to women, takes the form given in the seminar’s title.
The speakers will describe how the good kind of power can really win—how the desire to know can not only be valued but be pulsatingly joyful and sweeping! And they’ll give examples, too, from Aesthetic Realism consultations, in which this great education is taking place!
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