The Promise of Wholeness – January 2018

The Promise of Wholeness

A Two-Day Workshop about

Cultivating Inner Peace,

Mindfulness, and Love

       Course Leader: Eric Erhke, LCSW, LMFT

This two-day course offers practical strategies and self-realization tools to deepen the original concepts within my book The Promise of Wholeness: Cultivating Inner Peace, Mindfulness and Love in a Divided World.  The name of this course is entitled The Promise of Wholeness to reflect the title of my book, courtesy of Roman & Littlefield Publishers who is scheduled to publish my work in spring of 2019.

Cultivating inner peace, mindfulness and love can feel like three bridges too far. To most of us, the odds of becoming whole and realizing these three milestones seem as likely as winning the lottery. The following course will provide information and experiential exercises designed to address inner saboteurs and provide effective solutions.

The Promise of Wholeness Course:      Friday, January 25, 2019   9AM-4PM

                                                                    Friday, February 8, 2019   9AM-4PM

                                                                    (Please bring bagged lunch)

Fee:    $220 (must be paid in full at time of registration)

             

How to Register:  Call the Ommani Center at 262.695.5311

                               Cash, check or credit card accepted

                               Early Registration, on or before January 11, 2019,  Reduced Fee – $195

Where: The Ommani Center, 1166 Quail Court, Suite 210, Pewaukee, WI 53072, 295.695.5311

This two-day course will address the following topics and provide experiential exercises to create inner peace, mindfulness and love in your life:

  • Healing the victim-perpetrator paradigm to create peace within
  • Re-writing primary love templates to create more love
  • Inviting grace and forgiveness into your life
  • Learning how to cherish yourself and your illusions
  • Expanding your compassion, mindfulness and soulfulness
  • Soothing our infantile, childish, adolescent stress responses
  • Creating boundary awareness to address emotional contagions from others
  • Developing incorruptibility in the midst of chronic challenges
  • Becoming whole, how the forms of Illusion, Love, Grace, Cherish, Equanimity, Empathy, Incorruptibility and Wholeness work with the Camel Wave Mediation

Philosophers, mystics and compassionate healers have attempted to point humanity towards wholeness since time immemorial. After practicing psychotherapy for forty years and researching traditional Eastern and Western wisdom on these topics, I wrote my book to pass on what really works. I will provide the ancient philosophical foundation and effective strategies to develop inner peace, mindfulness and loving relationships.

Embodying immortal principles and developing effective practices to experience our divine origins in the midst the divisiveness of everyday life are worthy goals. Reconciling our daily challenges and merging into mystical union through meditation makes humans feel whole. The Promise of Wholeness is a course about love, mindfulness and reunification, and how to get there from wherever you are. 

Contact Eric via email at: eric.ehrke@mac.com  with questions or for additional information.

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Eric Ehrke, LCSW, LMFT, is a determined pathfinder who understands the tangled overgrowth of illusion. Relieving suffering and restoring wounded hearts is his passion. During his forty plus years of psychotherapy practice, Ehrke recognized early on that modern psychological wisdom, ancient philosophical principles and complimentary mind/body/spirit approaches universally lead humanity towards lasting peace and wellbeing. Inspired, he has merged traditional knowledge with practical applications to create effective approaches to transform pain, transcend circumstances, and increase our capacity for love. His book The Promise of Wholeness: Cultivating Inner Peace, Mindfulness, and Love in a Divided World will be published by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers in spring of 2019.