Leila Rosen, Aesthetic Realism associate, says, “I’m very proud to be taking part in this public seminar.” She writes:
As we approach summer, people are thinking of how we can break out of ordinary routines, let loose, be free. So, what is the freedom we’re looking for? And why can a woman, even when she seems free outwardly, feel she’s not free—but held back in some way, unable to express herself?
Consultant Nancy Huntting and associates Meryl Nietsch-Cooperman and I will show: Aesthetic Realism answers these questions with resounding and hopeful clarity!
With Eli Siegel’s great lecture Mind and Freedom as our basis, we will describe what freedom truly is—and what in people interferes with our having it. And we’ll show that the only freedom that will satisfy us is our being just to both the outside world and ourselves. Freedom, Aesthetic Realism explains, is accuracy!
We’ll give examples of true and false notions of freedom in noted women in art and literature. And we’ll describe the thrilling, liberating education women receive in Aesthetic Realism consultations.
Don’t miss this chance to learn what freedom really is!