The Neurosculpting® Institutes Presents;

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The Neurosculpting® Institutes Presents; says
Identifying the Question, A New Navigation:
presented by Dr. Nathan Josephs DO in association with Hands On Jams and Cranial Sacred

Identifying the Question with Nathan Josephs, Kiefer Avi and Friends (DONATION EVENT)

April 9 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
$5.00 (Room Charge)

Identifying the question, in any situation, is a binary process. To practice, a process of identifying and reducing a question to its smallest parts is harder than most would realize. If we can identify the question at its most binary reasoning, from there we slowly build an appropriate and predictable neurological response. A response based on your personal belief system and unique history.

In this course Dr. Josephs, DO, will lead you in a practice, which allows you to easily learn how to reduce any question, situation or event to a manageable binary system to neurologically navigate the appropriate answer to your difficult question. This class does not need prior experience in the structured Neurosculpting® curriculum. Students who have experienced any level of Neurosculpting® training will have their practice supported. We are not teaching the Brain in this course. We are talking about PROCESSING.

The class will be lead in two meditations. Each meditation will be directed to clear your mind and just wonder about questions. Music will be provided simultaneously to maintain that creative bubble while you searching for an idea.

Fee…Dr. Josephs works as service only. Participants are asked to pay $5 for room charges and any donations made will be added to the Neurosculpting® scholarship fund. Donations are not required.

Ambient music will be provided by CRANIAL SACRED. Cranial Sacred is a band of rotating friends. This evening we will Have Bob Schleshinger on Piano and MD Friedman on various spaceship instruments.

Please Follow the Event site for Information regarding Bob Schlesinger, MD Friedman and Kiefer Avi

Wear comfortable clothes, bring snacks, notebook and pen would be helpful. Tie Dye always welcome.
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