Finding Joy & Building, Part 4

Date: 02-Apr-2017
Capacity: Not Set (0% booked)


On April 2, we'll conclude our workshop series on Finding Joy.  In Part 1, we learned how two men developed "mental immunity" to combat their great suffering.  In Part 2, we practiced overcoming obstacles that prevent us from healing.  In Part 3, we explored healing using joy-filled "pillars of the mind" as identified by Nobel Peace Prize winners Archbishop Desmond Tutu and His Holiness the Dalai Lama, based on their 2016 best-seller, "The Book of Joy."  

Today, we will discuss Archbishop Tutu and the Dalai Lama's "pillars of the heart," the last steps they believe will lead to lasting joy, regardless of our circumstances. 

In this workshop series, we are expanding our holistic approach to fulfilling Celiac Support Group's mission:  to maximize quality of life and health for those affected by gluten-related disorders.  In the past, we have dealt matters of food, social interactions, research and medicine.  This series is our first venture into matters of the mind and heart.  We hope you will join us for Part 4.   Newcomers are welcome.

Please join us for our Sacramento support meeting 

on Sunday, April 2, 1:30 pm

at Sacramento County UC Cooperative Extension Building
4145 Branch Center Road
Sacramento, CA
Located nearest to the corner of Branch Center Road & Kiefer Blvd.; 
parking is in front and also around the north side of this building.

Additional information:

Future events at this location and time are 5/21/17, 6/25/17, 7/23/17, 9/17/17, 10/15/17, 11/12/17 & 12/10/17 (thank you, Sacramento County UC Cooperative Extension!).  Meetings start at 1:30 and are open to the public.  The meetings always include a presentation, time for refreshments and networking, and time for questions and support for both those newly diagnosed and those experienced with the gluten free diet.  Meetings officially end at 4:00.

Experienced celiacs and non-celiac gluten sensitives, please bring a gluten-free snack to share, including packages or recipes to help those with additional food sensitivities; we thank you in advance for understanding that individuals may ask questions about brands, ingredients (e.g. margarine or butter), or whether your kitchen is gluten-free; and refrigeration is available.  Non-member donations are appreciated but not required.