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Presentation Explains Emotional Intelligence

Oct 31, 2011 05:13PM

On November 11, intuitive writer Gloria B. Von Keller will speak about new developments in the field of emotional intelligence at the Theosophical Society in Arlington. The presentation will be held from 7:30 to 9 p.m. and the cost is $10. Von Keller says attendees will gain new insights about their potential as both emotional and intellectual beings, and learn about the different aspects of emotions and how that knowledge can be empowering. “Exploring emotional intelligence is just a part of a process of discovering who we are and what kinds of stuff we’re made of,” Von Keller says. “History indicates that we are still learning more about ourselves and our potential as human beings, and I strongly suspect that we are more intelligent than we think we are.”

The presentation also will cover the five elements of emotional intelligence as described by psychologists John Meyer, Daniel Goleman and Peter Salovey. “There are benefits that come with recognizing and understanding the intelligence of our emotions and how they can empower and enhance our lives,” says Von Keller, who also will introduce participants to the “Life Empowerment Formula.”

The Theosophical Society is located at 21 Maple St. in Arlington. For more information, call 401-578-2412 or 781-648-0101 or email [email protected].

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