Emotional Intelligence: The Soul’s Expression of Self

Emotional Intelligence: The Soul’s Expression of Self

You may feel them as goose pimples, a warmth in your chest, or a deep ache in your belly. What are emotions and what triggers them? What are they trying to tell you? Emotions are an oft-misunderstood, or even ignored, aspect of the spiritual life. Sometimes we are led to believe that emotions – whether negative or positive – are simply obstacles to remove in order to achieve enlightenment. However, it is when we examine our feelings and investigate to where or what they point, that we discover our emotions to be an expression of Spirit moving through us. By raising our awareness and deepening our understanding of our emotions, we will be able to better manage and engage these puzzling aspects of ourselves.

Through contemplation, reflection, and discussion, students in this class will gain a new perspective on emotions, a perspective that will foster personal and spiritual growth. As you increase awareness of yourself, you will come to a deeper and more expansive sense of presence than ever before.

Dates: Saturday, April 8, 2017 9:30am to 5pm ET

OneSpirit Elective Credit: 1.0

Available by: Attending, Audiobook & Webinar (click to learn more)

Price: General Public: $ 95.00

One Spirit Graduates: $ 80.00

Student Upcharge: $ 0.00


Faculty: Don Ajené Wilcoxson

Don Ajené Wilcoxson is an ordained Interfaith and Progressive Christian minister, a Full Professor of Business & Entrepreneurship, and an Emotional Intelligence Practitioner & Assessor. He is a certified SQ21 (Spiritual Intelligence) instructor, a Why facilitator, and a student of Logotherapy. He is a founding member of the Riverside Interfaith Council, an ambassador for the Parliament of World Religions, and is a member of the National Council with the Fellowship of Reconciliation.

If you have questions about registering for this course, please contact One Spirit Learning Alliance by email to [email protected] or call 212-931-6840 x 0.

Posted by Lindsay Grass on Jun 20, 2016 in Workshops