Thinking at the Edge online
Thinking at the Edge (TAE) fertilizes your ideas because it helps you ground them in your lived experience. For example:
Is there something that you’d like to do or write about but you just don’t know how or where to begin?
Do you long to contribute to the world from the richness of your experience? TAE can help you discover in a new direction in life that follows from of all you have lived.
Maybe you want to find clarity and next steps about a persistent problem or a complex decision.
The process of Thinking at the Edge gives your ideas and projects the time and space they need to grow. You will learn how sense into your own lived experience, bringing life to your ideas in a way that can’t be reached by intellect alone. As a result, your project will become imbued with heart-felt breadth, depth, and commitment.
“I am taking up my idea again! TAE has given me the space to enter deeply into my idea, to feel it, say it, write it. Now I can approach my idea in a new way. I’m very happy because I think it will be very different from what I was doing before–very, very different. I like how I am with it now.”
—Jorge Jordán, Spain
Class format: All sessions will connect via Zoom, a video conferencing system that allows us to see and hear each other. You can connect for free from your laptop or smartphone.
Dates and times:
Mondays, January 20 through March 2, 2020
7:30 p.m. Europe
6:30 p.m. UK and Ireland
1:30 p.m. US Eastern
12:30 p.m. US Central
11:30 a.m. US Mountain
10:30 a.m. US Pacific
US$295 per person for a class of four to six people , with seven 2-hour sessions.
Payment can be by check or PayPal. Payment details will be given when you sign up below.
What participants are saying:
“Your unique ability to listen and orient me to my felt sense is grounded in warmth, understanding and wisdom. Thinking at the Edge has helped me see my next step forward.”
–Donna Nisha Cohen, New York
“Thanks for a wonderful experience.” –-Jennie St. Clair Ford, Western Australia
“Beatrice, you deliver what I had hoped TAE could do for me.”
–Joann Parks, California