Have you ever sought the approval of others and wondered why you did?
What price did you pay for that approval…if you even did get it?
Are you at peace with you?
Join Ken Collier for a presentation and discussion in which we will delve deeply into the make-up and machinations of our Personas – the masks we all wear. We will explore:
Our Personas – the various masks we hide behind
The numerous ways we are deceived…and deceive
What Einstein said about “reality”
The cost of living with our masks
How technology stifles us
Making peace with our past
Why we need to shed them NOW
Q and A will be interspersed with lecture.
Cost: $80 pesos. To register, e-mail Ken at email@example.com .
About Ken Collier
Ken was born in Los Angeles and carved out a successful music career spanning nearly three decades.
However, no matter the accolades from his music career, there was always an underlying emptiness accompanied by the question: Who am I really? Utilizing a multitude of diverse professionals, Ken searched for answers as to his true identity. After leaving the music industry he fell into a nine-year quest for deeper knowledge and self-knowing and in the process lost everything, including what he thought was himself.
Hoping to reclaim his spirit, Ken became a practitioner of several healing modalities. But the path to reopening his heart and finding his true calling did not come until he attended the Grief Recovery program in southern California.
Ken is passionate about sharing his experience with others, in the most sincere hope he can help to keep anyone from the very unpleasant trip he took…to Hell and back.
Thank you for sharing material that is so precious to you, in such a vivid and experiential way. What you presented is far from those commodities that are intellectual manipulations – properly packaged to be sold. I did really appreciate the freshness of your truth. Thank you. – Alfredo A., San Miguel de Allende, Gto, Mexico
I found your talk interesting, and utterly honest. Thank-you so much
for sharing yourself so openly. – Polly