Two-Day Workshop Details
Join us at the St. Paul Police Department, Western District Conference Room located at
389 Hamline Avenue North, St. Paul, MN
Dates and Times: October 25-26, 2019 Friday,: 5:00-8:00 p.m. Saturday: 10am-12p.m. &1:30pm-4pm
Fees: $125 per person
Charge your registration on any credit or debit card or send a check to:
Post Office Box 795,
Pahoa, Hawaii 96778
Register at email@example.com
or call 808-254-6484
Everyone longs for peace of mind. No matter how hectic or challenging our day-to-day lives become, we all long for inner quiet, for wisdom to guide us, for love and understanding to underlie our interactions with colleagues and those closest to us. And we all know, deep down, that those feelings are spontaneously available to us sometimes, and wonder why we can’t access them more readily, or when we most need them. The secret to enjoying ordinary life and facing situations with ease and grace is a gift we are born with, but often lose touch with as life becomes more complicated. We want to share with you the path back to a light heart and a quiet mind, no matter what, the promise of not just surviving, but thriving, that is innate to humanity.
In the words of Sydney Banks, “…look within because the vastness of the physical earth and sky with all its solar systems is minuscule compared to what lies within every living soul walking the face of this earth.” (Enlightened Gardener Revisited)
A little bit about our wonderful workshop facilitators…
Judith A. Sedgeman EdD. has been dedicated to sharing the Principles of Mind, Consciousness and Thought professionally for more than 30 years. She has worked over the years with many other practitioners of the Three Principles throughout the United States and around the world. Dr. Sedgeman has long been a leader in mentoring, teaching and practicing leadership in the presentation and development of Three Principles education and services.
Christine Heath CSAC, LMFT. Executive Director of the Hawaii Counseling and Education Center, has been teaching the Principles for over 35 years. She is a renowned international trainer and speaker and has guided the work of her clinics using the Principles. She is an AAMFT Approved Supervisor and has significant experience in the mental, chemical, and relational health fields.
Commander Ed Lemon has been a law enforcement officer for 35 years in three different police departments. He has worked in a wide variety of positions, including the Director of the St. Paul Police Employee Assistance Program. He has been involved in Principle-based psychology since 1993 and has helped to design and implement programs for youth, parents, corrections workers, teachers, and law enforcement officers.