Time Management from a Spiritual Perspective
Pam Kristan will present a workshop on exploring and practicing time management from a spiritual perspective on February 4, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at the Theosophical Society, in Arlington. Kristan will help participants find relief from time-management ills such as distractibility, procrastination and overwork/overwhelm while offering hands-on practices and new insights to help them “play their day,” moment by moment.
“This pioneering way of managing time isn't about ‘more plus faster equals better,’” says Kristan. “Instead, it works at a deeper level on root issues of attention, boundaries and choices—the ABCs of a new way.” Kristan says the workshop will function as a lab in which students can practice as they learn and see how managing time can be a spiritual practice in itself that keeps them grounded in reality while open to possibility. “The time-management challenges we face are unprecedented in the history of life on the planet,” she says. “We need to acknowledge this fact with grace and good cheer, in the face of the impossibility of doing it all.”
The Theosophical Society is located at 21 Maple St., Arlington. For more information, call 617-522-4956 or visit PamelaKristan.com.