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  • Witnessing via Humor

  • Witnessing Addiction

  • Writing the Self

  • Witnessing Grief

  • Witnessing the Body

  • Witnessing Failure

  • Witnessing Money

  • Identity Narratives




Empowering ourselves to live joyful, honest lives

Freeing ourselves from limiting ideas of who we are

Seeing our shared stories in a new light

Questions to explore:

How does my experience change depending on where I place my awareness?

If I had no thoughts or stories about this moment, how would I feel?

What’s the relationship between me and my story? Am I my story?

When, Where and How:

  • Thursday evenings 8:00-9:30pm US Eastern

  • Live, online workshops via the video conference platform Zoom

  • Maximum 9 participants – cozy, discussion-based class

More info:

email Will Carpenter at


This series of workshops is a collective act of applying open-minded awareness to our lives, centered around a different theme in each workshop.


We will meet to explore and share our stories through discussion, contemplation and other methods. In a safe and supportive space, we will gradually unravel and reframe the limiting stories we tell ourselves about who we are.


Each week has a different theme and a different guest teacher. A sampling of workshops:

Border art: Self-portraits by Faith Ringgold, Frida Kahlo, Leonardo Da Vinci, Ai Weiwei, Marc Chagall, Lucian Freud, Leonard Tsuguharu Foujita, Pablo Picasso, Ali Zohdi, Paloma McClain, Adrian Piper, Cecile Jadin, Irvin Rodriguez, Andrei Tonita, Loribelle Spirovski, Salvador Dali, Gustave Courbet, John Wilson, Norman Lewis, Barkley L. Hendricks, Amrita Sher-Gil, Faye Hsu, Yayoi Kusama

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