with Karen Casey, Ph.D.
Does the behavior of other people distract you from living the life you want to live? Do you ï¬nd yourself “dancing” around the emotions of others, particularly those people who are signiï¬cant to you on your daily journey? Even perfect strangers can steal our peace of mind if we let them.
Being drawn into someone elseÊ¼s drama is seductive and all too common. This course will help you discern how and where to draw those ever important boundaries between you and the many others whom you live among every day. Caring about others, even wanting to offer a helpfu lhand to them in their struggles, can be considered kindness; however, too many of us turn our desire to help into control. No one beneï¬ts if thatÊ¼s the approach we take.
There are many key principles which are helpful in teaching us where and when to offer our help; where and when to mind our own business; where and when to celebrate our powerlessness over all the people journeying with us. Being a loving witness to the journey of others is the greatest of all gifts. Knowing how to give that gift, and only that gift, is what this coursewill teach you to do.
In this 4-week course, work directly with Karen Casey, Ph.D as you learn to get unstuck, set healthy boundaries, and develop lasting health and serenity!
Who Should Attend?
This course will appeal to any one who feels anxious in their relationships or unappreciated by their “partners.” The tools which will be demonstrated apply in all encounters, with friends or strangers, alike.
What You'll Learn
Week One: The focus will be on principles, and tools for Letting Go of people, places, things and all outcomes within all relationships.
Week Two: The focus will be on how to Change our Minds in the blink of an eye. When we change our minds, we can easily change our reactions,giving up unnecessary arguments at the same time.
Week Three: The focus will be on the Lessons that are ours, not our companions. Powerlessness is ï¬rst on the list of lessons. How we embrace this concept is the key to peace of mind.
Week Four: The focus will be how to rely “on the quiet mind” so we canperfect the concept of Doing No Harm. In the process, we will discern how to hear the quiet voice of “the holy spirit,” thus recognizing the holy journey of each one of us.
Dates & Tuition
Date & Time: This course is available now for immediate download!
(If cash is tight, we offer a "Pick Your Price" model where you can choose to pay $100/$75/$50. )
What Youâ€™ll Get Out of the Course
Living a more peace-ï¬lled life is the big pay-off of this course. The many simple tools for accomplishing this will be stressed each week. As each one of us claims more peace for ourselves, we add to the peace of others too. The Universe changes as we change, one person at a time.
Textbook for the Course
Change Your Mind And Your Life Will Follow: 12 Simple Principles by Karen Casey, Ph.D
About Karen Casey, Ph.D.
Karen Casey, Ph.D., published Each Day a New Beginning, her first book, in 1982. This daily meditation book for women in recovery has sold more than 3 million copies. The 25-year Anniversary edition of Each Day a New Beginning was released in August, 2006. It was closely followed by The Promise of a New Day, in 1983, another daily meditation book for both men and women in search of serenity. It has sold more than 1.2 million copies.
Following on the heels of these two books, Karen has written 24 additional books, including: Let Go Now: Embracing Detachment Peace, A Day At a Time, and her memoir, My Story to Yours.
Karen’s love of writing began in elementary school but it lay dormant for many years. When she began working on her Ph.D. at the University of Minnesota, where she taught for a number of years, writing once again became her passion. Karen is also passionate about helping others in Twelve Step support groups where her own recovery from addictions began more than three and a half decades ago.
Karen is married, a grandmother, a frequent though mediocre golfer, and an avid bridge player. She and her husband, Joe, own a home on Prior Lake which is adjacent to Minneapolis, and they recently built a log cabin outside of Lafayette, Indiana which is her home town.
Praise for Karen Casey, Ph.D.
Karen Casey outlines the continuing process of practicing detachment, while ultimately means dealing with our control issues and fear. Her honesty about detachment as a lifelong process brings comfort and encouragement. And by her use of many stories about how other people -men and women alike- are finding the peace that detachment brings, and her wonderful way of illuminating what detaching is and isn't, readers will discover how to connect with their inherent power. Thanks Karen, for a lifetime of dedicated service that has made this world a better place.
—Melody Beattie, author of Codependence No More: How to Stop Controlling Others and Start Caring for Yourself
Karen Casey captures the experience, strength, and hope that are essential to maintaining healthy relationships with each other and ourselves.
—William C. Moyers, author of Broken
Karen Casey, Ph.D., is a popular speaker at recovery and spirituality conferences. She is the author of 26 books, including Each Day a New Beginning, a daily meditation book for women in recovery that has sold more than 3 million copies, and The Promise of a New Day, another daily meditation book for both men and women in search of serenity, which has sold more than 1.2 million copies. Learn more about Karen Casey, »