“AGING AS A SPIRITUAL JOURNEY: Expanding the Box of Unlived Life”
with Randall Krause
There is no workshop on March 20th or April 17th
First Workshop: Tentatively scheduled for May 15, 2021 with new registration. New dates to be determined for sessions two and three.
Stay tuned for new dates and more details.
Sage-ing offers a new vision of aging as a time for deep reflection and spiritual growth and invites us to nourish and integrate our whole self—body, mind, emotions and spirit. As people grow into old-age, they often feel uncomfortable remembering their past—which may include memories of failures and relationships gone wrong—and they may also feel uncomfortable looking into the future because death is approaching, and so they shrink their lives down smaller and smaller. It’s as if they live in a little box and cut off all the rest of their life force. Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, the founder of the Sagi-ing work, called this contraction of life the “box of unlived life.” A major part of the Sage-ing work focused on expanding the box of unlived life through life review, harvesting wisdom, recontextualizing past experiences, forgiveness, and facing our mortality.
This series of three workshops will focus on this work and beyond. The workshops are in a series so that we will have a committed group working together to support one another in this work and maximize the benefits. We will go deeply into each step of the work so you can make progress in your Sage-ing process.
I hope you’ll join us.
Randall Krause served as an attorney, a mediator, a life coach, and a yoga teacher. He is a senior mentor and senior teacher in the Himalayan Yoga Meditation Tradition. For many years, he ran a multi-million dollar business. Now retired from that business and well into his sixties, Randall is an Intern in the Sage-ing International Certified Sage-ing Leader Training program.