Order your FREE INTRO zoom class recorded on January 20, 2022. Inner Seeing II is a 12-week series (a sequel to Inner Seeing I) offered on Zoom for discussion and review of pictures on Thursdays from Janaury 27 through April 14, 2022. After you register, a Zoom link will be sent the day of the class.
On Thursday evenings beginning January 27, 2022, Larry Byram will provide a live Zoom review and discussion of the 12 pre-recorded, self-paced classes of Inner Seeing II that you will study at your own convenience. The Thursday classes will include guided imagery, new perspectives, and class review of photos. This means that we will have 5 hours of weekly presentation: 3 hours of pre-recorded Inner Seeing class and 2 hours of live virtual class. This 12-week series is $595. The recordings (12 classes of Inner Seeing II and 12 of Thursday discussion classes, plus intro classes) include Video sessions, downloadable pdfs of slides and mp3 audio files.
Prerequisites: Creative Uniqueness, Recognizing Creativity, or permission of the instructor. Links to the pre-recorded Inner Seeing II classes will be sent to you by email after registration. Zoom links for the Thursday claases will be sent via email the day of the classes. Recordings of the Thursday classes will be provided each week. If you have previously purchased Inner Seeing II, you may join the Thursday discussion class for $295.
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Calibrating & Re-Creating Another’s Perspective- Free Intro to Inner Seeing II
Free Intro January 20 @ 6:00 p.m. MDT
To become fully creative is to operate in harmony with ourselves and in a state of creative flow, so we honor each and every modality as it is for what it is. This reduces our defensiveness and all the structures we created to protect ourselves are no longer necessary. We see that our personality is only a set of training wheels that we eventually discard when we become creative, then things finally make sense. For most of us we have been caught in the pressure cooker of believing our defenses taught us something. We kept thinking they were teaching us that we are more different than we imagined. In fact, we were usually made to feel different from others while simultaneously and paradoxically compelled to say yes to the people who were unconsciously abusing us.
Next, we need to shift from a personality perspective where we seek to survive, succeed, and be self-important to a mode of creative purpose. This requires recognizing that our pre-established compatability patterns are based on positions that attract counter positioned people to us. The result is always co-dependent excitement, intensity, and anxiety experiences. At the base of our defensive reality is how we have accepted imbalances in our experiential modalities and let them define our relationship options. Our internal aspiration to be beautiful, truthful, and good, becomes distorted into seeking pleasure, power, and passion, many times without making the investments to do things.