The final week of Gaylon Ferguson’s Tricycle Retreat, “Natural Bravery,” begins today. Throughout the month of September, we’ve been learning how to work with fear and fearlessness. Week one explored mindfulness of the body, and working with the fear of being with oneself. During the second week we looked at the fear of change, and we used the breath as a way to become familiar and comfortable with the uncertainty of life. Week three we looked at fear itself, and the meditation was to learn how to touch it and be there with it. This week, in “Entering into Creative Action,” we will explore two more fears: the fear of open space and the fear of manifesting or being brave in action.
Watch a short excerpt from this retreat below. Tricycle Retreats are available to Supporting and Sustaining Members of the Tricycle Community.
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