Six week courses begin week of January 22nd


Cost: $120 per course

Mind and Reality – Online Course

Tuesdays, January 30th – March 6th, 10 – 11:30 am
Instructor: Richard Dixey


Most of us are taught that we live in an external world as individuals who observe it. The path to freedom and fulfillment lies somewhere in this external reality if only we could find it. This online course will examine how we make the world, the nature of our mind, and where the path to freedom might actually lie.

This online course is fully interactive; we discuss and practice as though we are together in a classroom. Classes are recorded and students receive a link if they have to miss. Maximum class size is 15. Minimum class size is 5. Pre-registration is required.

Open to all! New students are welcome.

Path to Wholeness

Wednesdays, January 17th – February 28th , 10:30 am – Noon
Instructor: Robin Caton


We enter the second year of our study of Dimensions of Mind. This term, we work with emotions, and practice with ripples and rhythms of experience.

Note: This course begins on January 17th and there are no classes on February 7th and February 14th.

New students who have read through Chapter 23 of Dimensions of Mind are welcome..

Hidden Dimensions of Mind: How to Question Mind

Wednesdays, January 24th – February 28th , 5:30 – 7:00 pm
Instructor: Jack Petranker


This is the third term of a year-long course based on Dimensions of Mind. Going more deeply into mind’s presentations, we learn fruitful ways to question basic patterns.

New students who have read the first half of Dimensions of Mind are welcome.

Journey to Well-Being

Location: Rossmoor Community in Walnut Creek
Thursdays, January 18th -March 15th, 1:30 – 3:00 pm
Instructor: Robin Caton


Self-observation leads to knowledge that heals old wounds and renews an interest in living a meaningful life. Gentle practices to open senses, mind and heart support our inner work.

No classes on February 8, February 15, and March 8.

New students are welcome.

Revealing Mind

Fridays, January 26th -March 2nd, 10:00 – 11:30 am
Instructor: Richard Dixey


In this two-year course about mind, identity and the nature of reality, we read and study Revelations of Mind for the third or fourth time.

New students who have read Revelations of Mind at least once are welcome.

Mind in ‘Real’ Time

Saturdays, January 27-March 3, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Instructor: Abbe Blum


Time agitates and confuses us: we can easily become stuck in the past, and anxious about the future. In this course based on Revelations of Mind, we explore the nature of time in a way that has very practical consequences for our lives. Examining closely, we see that past, present, and future are not as fixed as they seem, and that growth and creativity depend on the open knowingness of ‘now’.

New students are welcome.