Psychology & Soul Work

Years of education, responsibility, and stress have turned a lot of us into people who seem almost afraid to have a good time, look silly, get dirty, or be outrageous. This is our chance to do something about...

Do you feel like you have too much to do and not enough time to do it? Is your home or work space crowded by excess stuff or unfinished projects? Have you forgotten what you’re most passionate about, or do you find yourself stuck in a pattern of...

What does your speech say about you? How about your face? Your movements? Your personality shines through everything you do, but how well do you really know yourself?

In this eclectic workshop, four world-renowned experts in personal...

How do you typically react to difficulties in life, such as work stress, rejection, physical problems, or financial hardship? Do you instinctively fight uncomfortable experiences or find fault in yourself when things go wrong?

What if,...

The 16th-century mystic, St. John of the Cross, coined the term “dark night of the soul” to evoke the kind of spiritual crisis that leads us from profound unknowing to radiant transformation.

Through the dismantling that occurs in this...

Forgiveness—whether forgiving someone, asking forgiveness from others, or seeking to forgive ourselves—is a subtle, intricate, personal, and ultimately liberating journey.

Too often equated with complacency, forgiveness is one of life’s...

Many women long to live in harmony with the truths that lie deeply within their hearts. Our true power derives from accessing this inner knowledge and letting it align with our bodies and the forces of nature.

Women have been living in a...

Learning to breathe consciously and optimally is becoming our most powerful medicine for kinesthetic, emotional, cognitive, and spiritual well-being.

Omega’s second annual Breath Immersion explores leading-edge research; technologies of...

Within you is the potential to live a much fuller life, one where you wake up every morning enthusiastic about the day ahead and throw yourself into everything you do—not because you have to, but because you want to. Each moment in this new life...

Wonder has been called the beginning of all wisdom (Socrates), the first of all emotions (Descartes), the entryway to the Tao, and the seed of our creative genius.

While we often envy children for their unfettered ability to experience...

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