The Extraordinary Intelligence in Not Knowing: Open Floor
Knowing things is useful and necessary. I like my doctor to know the symptoms of measles when she sees them. I like knowing where I live - it saves me searching for my flat every time I want to go home.
Not Knowing is a state that we can sometimes be afraid of, but it's a doorway to access the vast, truthful, wild Intelligence that belongs to us all, and we belong to it. It's this Intelligence that we are going to attend to. It's simple and subtle and can help us live so much more freely and fully.
"Let go of certainty. The opposite isn't uncertainty. It's openness, curiosity and a willingness to embrace paradox." (Tony Schwarz)
This workshop will be supported by Frie Lavelli.