"The Work You Were Born To Do: How To Help It Find You" with Dan Keusal
Networking and light dinner begin at 6:15 p.m. and the presentation starts at 7:30 p.m.
Meetings are free for PSCDA members with no registration required and $10 for non-members.
"To feel that what we do is right for ourselves and good for the world at exactly the same time is one of the great triumphs of human existence.” (David Whyte, Crossing The Unknown Sea: Work As A Pilgrimage of Identity)
The quest for meaningful and rewarding work can be conceived of as having two stages: identifying and finding the type of work that suits your natural gifts, and then attending to the issues that arise as you step into that work. However, it turns out that these two seemingly separate processes may go hand in hand undefined addressing the issues helps you find the right work, just as much as finding the right work reveals those issues that need attention.
In this presentation, we’ll explore this paradox using an often-ignored yet extraordinarily insightful tool: astrology. We’ll see how astrology can help you identify the parts of yourself you’ll need to develop before the work you were born to do finds you. We’ll also look at how astrology helps you place the quest for meaningful work in the context of the rest of your life journey undefined by relationships, creativity, spirituality, money, and more.
Each person who attends the workshop will receive a free copy of their own astrological birth chart.
Community Center at Mercer View
8236 SE 24th Street
Mercer Island, WA 98040
I-90 Eastbound from Seattle: Take exit #7A, 77th Ave SE. Turn left across the freeway. At stop sign turn right onto North Mercer Way. Go one long block to the stop light. Go straight though the stop light. Turn left onto 81st Avenue SE. Turn right onto SE 24th Street. The Community Center is two blocks up on your left.
I-90 Westbound from Bellevue: Take exit #7, Island Crest Way. Continue straight ahead. Turn right on 81st Avenue SE. Turn right on SE 24th Street. The Community Center is two blocks up on your left.
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