“This is more than a course, it is a personal reset button giving you permission to stop and work on yourself. It is the life training we need to live in this messed up world.”

-Participant

How did we do? The art of assessment by principles

As we seek to grow our ability to design and hold profound spaces of becoming, we make assessment reports that look back and ask the question, “How did we do?” We try to understand whether we actually lived out the principles we intended, and what was people’s actual experience of their own learning and development.

If that sounds interesting, or if you would like a more detailed view of what happened in the Liberated Life gatherings, please have a look at our report.


“This is more than a course, it is a personal reset button giving you permission to stop and work on yourself. It is the life training we need to live in this messed up world.” -Participant

“I have felt so much pressure to do and say the right thing that I often keep silent. This class has helped me stop performing and start living.” – Participant 

“Yo! Life is too short and you are too important not to invest time in creating who you are because you will inevitably reproduce who you are. This course is about learning to create a wholesome inner space so you can extend it outwards.” – Participant 

“This will be an intensively important bootcamp that you will treasure forever and propagate to the rest of the world.” – Participant 

Pittsburgh is racially divided. Finding a cross-race community that supports your growth is rare. Together with Medina Jackson we gathered a mixed-race cohort for 15 weeks to practice the skills of personal transformation–being with strong emotion, healing pain, holding trauma, coming into right relationship again, and fueling our creative fire.

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