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Natural Awakenings Tucson

Awareness Workshop with Filmmaker Austin Vickers

Feb 29, 2012 01:17PM

Austin Vicars

Based on his emotionally compelling and provocative film, People v. The State of Illusion, and his work for over a decade teaching self-awareness, emotional intelligence and leadership to organizations and individuals, writer, producer and personal leadership expert Austin Vickers will lead participants on an examination of their perceptions, limitations and lives in a workshop entitled, The Trial, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., March 10, at Saint Francis in the Foothills, in Tucson. (NW Corner of Swan and River).

With a discovery process designed to uncover the layers of your illusions, a presentation of evidence, including behind-the-scenes footage from his groundbreaking movie, and processes for developing self-awareness, as well as a cross-examination of witnesses from the audience, this trial makes you both witness and juror. It will present powerful evidence about the power of your perceptions and will help you transform your greatest imaginations into reality.

Austin, a former trial attorney and founder of the Human Process Mastery Institute, in Tempe, Arizona, is also a certified yoga instructor and professional speaker who has educated and entertained audiences from some of America’s leading corporations.

Tuition is $125, including course materials. Location: 4625 E. River Rd., Tucson. For reservations go to For more information, call 443-602-6941 or email [email protected]

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