Opening Your Heart
to the Challenge of Crisis
A FREE 2 Hour Workshop
with Jeff Carreira
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Recording Available

This seminar is designed for those of us who have spent months, years and even decades doing spiritual work and developing our inner self. 

Perhaps without realizing it, we have been cultivating the qualities of an open heart and an open mind that is exactly what is needed now.

In short, we were training for a moment like this. 

In these times of global challenge, there is an almost overwhelming temptation to succumb to the pressures of fear and panic - but we don’t have to!

In times of crisis, it is possible to go in the opposite direction. Even under pressure we can open rather than shrink. By opening in this way we discover the twin powers of vulnerability - we become more sensitive to what is happening at the same time that we expand our perspective on it.

This combination of increased sensitivity and widening perspective allows us to see clearly within a context that allows for truly creative responses to emerge.

Please join me for a special two-hour workshop and build greater capacity to open your heart to the challenge of crisis.

This workshop was offered via video conference at no cost.

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“The new paradigm will include a deep recognition of the fact that everything that exists comes into existence as part of a larger circumstance.

To initiate a shift into this paradigm of interdependence, we must question our assumptions of separation so deeply that we shift our perception of reality altogether.”

― Jeff Carreira

Jeff Carreira
Jeff Carreira
If you ask Jeff Carreira what he’s most excited about he will reply without hesitation—“cultivating the conditions for the emergence of a new paradigm by supporting as many individuals as possible to articulate their deepest realization of truth.” Mystical philosopher, spiritual guide, teacher, writer and lecturer —are just a few descriptors that come to mind when describing Carreira and his extensive career as a seeker, student and teacher.