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The second half of life is rich with potential for discovery and integration. The Pivot Point Projects offers programs designed to help us tune-in and gain a deeper understanding of ourselves. With a new level of clarity about how our life has come to this point, the present, we are able to align our actions with our life’s purpose and live more meaningful and fulfilling lives.
Wake up to your wisdom. Embrace your life.
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TOOLS & TASKS Of life
Tools and Tasks for Life Over Fifty
Starts-Wednesday September 14, 2016
10 weeks (Wednesday evenings)
$495 (register by August 31 for the early bird rate of $425)
Tools and Tasks of Life over Fifty is a ten session series in which we roll up our sleeves and get to work. To do this over a few months gives participants practice in skills and tools that integrate life experience. The intention is to gain perspective on the themes of our life and clarity about the present. In this series we will engage in the work of the second half of life, learn useful tools and take action toward living more purposeful lives.
Around the late forties or fifty we begin to experience a radical shift in our inner state. It demands attention because it is an immense change in perspective. This is the beginning of the "second half of life." The more consciousness we bring to this time the more we reap the harvest of our life.
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About Jennifer Downs
Jennifer Downs is an RN and licensed acupuncturist who has been in private practice since 1980. As an acupuncturist, workshop facilitator, and teacher Jennifer creates opportunities for people to maximize their life meaning, health and innate gifts. She is grounded in the healing traditions of both East and West. She studied the work of Dr. Carl Jung, who explored the work of the second halfwith courage. He opened doors for us to recognize this time of life as uniquely important. Jennifer brings experience as a facilitator in working individually and in groups. She developed the concept of a "wisdom group" in which people tap into their own "knowing" through a variety of means.
Jennifer refined this concept of wisdom group over the last few years. Distinct from a support group or therapy group, wisdom groups provide a fertile space for exploration. The participants engage in writing, studying concepts and cultivating the capacity to listen and share. From years of experience in meditation and yoga as well as organizing events and programs she comes with a variety of skills. She founded Pivot Point in the belief that when individuals have the opportunity to share their inner and outer journeys in a supportive community, an alchemical process unfolds. This allows rich learning and self-awareness to emerge. She appreciates the fact that learning is always possible until our last breath. Through Pivot Point, Jennifer creates spaces where people share in the work of their lives and reap the bounty of life.