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The Wonder Method Instructor Level II # 4

November 4, 2021

11 am PT – 1 PM PT

Six consecutive Thursdays. Each class will be 2 hours long from 6 pm to 8 pm Pacific time (Oregon time). Class dates are: Thursday November 4, 11, 18 December 2, 9, 16th. Please note there is no class on Thursday the 25th due to US Thanksgiving Also, Please note daylight savings time ends November 7th in the USA, for a total of 12 hours of instruction.

Via Zoom

Alain Herriott


We will go step by step through each of the sections in level II, following the steps through each of the 6 classes as taught in level II.  Emphasis will be placed on letting everything in and at the same time experiencing an open sense of self as we work so that each person we work with feels opened as opposed to feeling pressed by the session. As the weeks pass we will evolve each students sensitivity to the nuance experienced in the Level II course.  Softer and softer, more and more open is the key to all this.

Each student will explain to another in the class how to do each part of each lesson so that they will feel well versed in the entire curriculum by the end of the course. You will receive a handout especially created for this course to refer to.

This is an in-depth course in how to Teach The Wonder Method™ level II. There are a total of 12 hours of instruction, taught once a week for 6 consecutive weeks.  Class size is limited to 6 students.  Each student will be expected to work outside of the class with the other students to practice what is taught each week in order to get the most out of this course.


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Thought for the Week


The Tao te Ching in Stephen Mitchells translation says in #2

When people see some things as beautiful, other things become ugly.  When people see some things as good, other things become bad.

Being and non-being create each other.  

Difficult and easy support each other.  Long and short define each other.

High and low depend on each other.  Before and after follow each other…….

Comparisons, in our lives we tend to compare most everything.  It is how we relate to different experiences and it is what underlies our need to Judge.  While these comparisons have their place, the need to be right or wrong, to justify an action, leads us deeper into drama vs balance.  The art of sensating is what allows us to move beyond the need to be right or wrong, to bypass the mind and enter being.  We invite you to feel the sensations that arise within you, especially when feeling conflict, and to let them change, evolve and in so doing allowing yourself to BE.

~Alain & Jody Herriott

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