Kenneth Wapnick, Ph.D.
Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar is the framework for this workshop, which centers on the consequences of guilt that festers in the unhealed mind. The tragedy of Brutus speaks to all who would attempt to fix external problems and injustices without first undoing the thought system in the mind that gives rise to cruelty, injustice, persecution, and wars. We act in truly helpful ways only when our actions flow from the Holy Spirit’s Love, kept concealed by the mind’s projection of guilt, which is undone through forgiveness.
Original Workshop Date: 05/2004