Free Community Education workshops, The community education program is designed to raise awareness through effective and creative offerings.
· Anger management
We offer expertise for all aspects of anger and conflict management. We offer support, programs and training for the general public, children and teenagers. From individual support, workshops, seminars, with certificate upon Completion, we offer something for everyone experiencing anger directly or indirectly
· Life without fear
Fear is the largest blockage in life. Fear is a secret enemy, which takes possession of people regardless of age and occupations. It makes us nervous, anxious, frustrated, scared and cowardly. we are most afraid of? Pain, death, shame, loneliness, loss of loved ones? In this workshop you will learn
how to open yourself and you trust the world, without fear
how to understand anxiety structures
how to study the mechanisms of anxiety present
how to search for the roots of the present fear
how to work with the fear of death
about The impact of fear on your energy body
how to create inner courage and self-confidence
how to deal with negative beliefs and create a positive image of yourself
about the transformation from fear to love yourself and the world around you
how to strengthen your nervous system through simple exercises
Those who have the opportunity to serve others freely and personally should see this good fortune as grounds for humility. The practice of humility will strengthen their will to be of service. No one should take for granted their own advantages over others in health, talents, abilities, success, a happy childhood or congenial home conditions. One must pay a price for all these boons. What one owes in return is a special responsibility for others’ lives.
Black Lives Matter GeorgiaPO BOX 14186Oglethorpe StationSavannah GA. 31416(912) email@example.com
Black Lives Matter Georgia is committed to nonviolent action across America. Blmg draws from the experiences of those who have suffer from the hands of violence…
We ask: what must our response be? And our answer- as tentative, grappling, searching and seeking as it may be- is that it falls upon us as citizens living in the communities across America to utilize all nonviolent means available to stand up against violence in any form – to engage the youths in schools and in the community, most definitely; We must protest against violence by peaceful marches and protest against violence.
We must also move from protest to active nonviolent programming. Nonviolence cannot be a single day event- it must be a commitment we make and act upon every day of our lives. What might this active nonviolent program look like? And how might we act in solidarity with community leaders all across America. By working with our children, teaching them the Non violence way of resolving conflicts.