This Laser Group is a 10-month membership that meets twice monthly via conference call on Sundays at 8:30pm CST. New groups launch every January. Upon joining the group, Coach Tricia will contact you with all the pertinent information to connect with the group.
How is it possible that scripture instructs us to exert ourselves, work as hard as we can, even strive to enter God's rest? That's a paradox if I've ever heard of one! What is this rest you have to work to attain? It must be something different than any type of rest we've experienced in this world. Few people ever find this deeper rest we all instinctively know exists.
Welcome to EdenQuest! This is a rest "intensive" — a guided group into discovering what this rest truly is and how we transform our lives into experiences and expressions of it. We will utilize the book "Twisted Truths" and the companion EdenQuest Coaching Videos as our resources. Group participants will receive a free download of "Twisted Truths" as an interactive mobile appBook.
Watch this personal invitation from Coach Tricia.
EdenQuest Parts 1 and 2 are pre-requisites for this group.
This group is about training the mind toward a state of rest for maximum, creative productivity.
A fearless mind is one that is ready and able to set out on unchartered waters and pioneer new frontiers. It is prepared to leave behind everything familiar for the adventure of experiencing new things, and establishing what has never existed before. It is a curious observer of all things, most especially itself. It is willing to let go of what the past has taught it to be true, and to step into a "now and present beingness" that sees all things as new. It is not quick to react or attribute meaning to what it experiences, but has the ability to quietly, and with increasing agility, process what goes on around it. It rests as it gazes upon what it sees and experiences from every angle, from top to bottom, inside to outslide, before deciding what it is going to think about that thing.
A mind at rest sounds unproductive, doesn't it? Interestingly enough, it is through a rigorous process of slowing down the mind, clearing it of clutter, and bringing it to rest that you are actually able to accelerate its production. You much more readily assimilate things and apply accurate perspectives so you can explore the next thing freely.
We've got work to do, so let's get started!