Regardless of how your holiday season has been, life is moving on. Fresh new moments for all of us. But the new year has a way of prompting us to think about the big picture of our lives. So if you find yourself wondering about your purpose right about now, we invite you to join us for our upcoming program, Living on Purpose, led by Gregg Krech,.
The Purpose Program provides a rich, experiential opportunity to explore the issue of purpose. We have been studying the issue of purpose for many years, and have incorporated the most useful strategies and resources that we've found on the subject. It's a one-of-a-kind program that has the potential to change the course of your life by illuminating a meaningful and guiding light, and imbuing your days with focus and energy.
Please join us, and many other participants from around the world, as we address this issue collectively and individually.
Perhaps you are very clear about your purpose but you're not living in alignment with it. You may be distracted from that purpose each day, despite your best intentions. You may be overwhelmed and enslaved by the urgent matters that you feel obligated to deal with. Day after day. Year after year.
Morita Therapy, sometimes known as the "Psychology of Action", provides a wealth of information about living with purpose. Here is an article by Gregg Krech that addresses a common challenge we are all familiar with:
What's really important to you? What have you done in the past that truly gave your life meaning? How can you use your time differently? What is the legacy you wish to leave behind when you've run out of days?
In addition to looking forward, this program will provide a structured way to learn from your own history. If you're willing to take an honest look at yourself over the past year, you'll probably find that there's something you can learn from your mistakes, failures, conduct towards others, and from your accomplishments. What you can learn from sincere reflection on your own unique life is worth much more than any advice you can get from a book, a blog, or a therapist.
Whatever your situation this year, I hope that you rise up to embrace the opportunities that life presents you with. May we all find the wisdom we need to live with purpose, integrity and compassion in the year ahead.
Course instructor, Gregg Krech is a leading expert on Japanese Psychology and will be teaching the distance learning course, Living on Purpose, which runs from January 9 - February 7, 2014.