Be In It

When clients, all full of turmoil, would come to my guru friend and Jungian therapist mentor, Dr. Vasavada, he would gently urge them to “Be in it.” Our self is so much more creative and whole than our desires, fears and reactions. I’ll draw on Why Buddhism is True, Radical Honesty, and “Headwinds and Tailwinds” to help us live up to our UU Principles, and moreover, to our fuller selves.
Outreach Offering, collected by the Women’s Roundtable, is for the Food Bank .