by DW Green — February 20, 2019
I was reminded recently that I attended my first Amba Gale Leadership workshop in March of 2003. Wow, 16 years ago. I’ve attended Amba’s workshops and retreats annually since then. Her courses have affected my life in unimaginable ways. Her course content has sent me down a rich and rewarding path of personal discovery. Thank you Amba, Ruth, and fellow journeyers!
The most important thing that I learned on my first day of class was this:
- You know what you know. (yep)
- You know what you don’t know. (yep)
- But you don’t know what you don’t know. (huh)
We spent much of our workshop time learning about things that we didn’t know we didn’t know. Make sense? I’ve spent a lot of time in that space, that space of not knowing, sense and since then!
So in the spirt of knowing and not knowing:
“Appearance is not essence, perception is not reality, and the cover is not the book. Error is quite often convincing, which is an unpleasant fact to consider and accept. Everyone secretly believes that his or her own personal view of the world is real, factual, and true.”—David Hawkins
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