The Good Men Project & Basic Goodness Present:
Good Men Keep Their Back Straight (And Their Heart Open)
A Workshop For Men
A unique full day experience facilitated by The Good Men Project’s long-time writer Atalwin Pilon that will address issues raised in his controversial posts on so-called Psycho Bitches From Hell. Would you like to learn more about some skills that women tend to find very attractive? Like how to stay more present and calm (without becoming stoic) during difficult and confusing situations (with or without women)? Or want to know how she can experience you as strong without finding you a jerk? Want to learn how to be gentle without becoming spineless? Want to get rid of some of your blind spots? The set-up of the workshop allows you to have a profound and potentially life transforming experience.
The workshop will be ‘experiential’ which means that you will actually feel calmer, stronger, wiser and more compassionate afterwards. You will realize a potential of courage, compassion and integrity in yourself that will amaze you: you will find your inner Noble Warrior. Also, you will experience meditative states and inner peace. If you do it for the first time it can be a pretty spectacular experience. Not unimportant: you will have a lot of fun. You will become a more complete man.
Atalwin Pilon is a much appreciated contributor at The Good Men Project and the founder of Basic Goodness. He lives the life of a spiritual warrior, serving humanity as best as he can. He is a life coach, meditation teacher, writer and Zen Buddhist practitioner from Amsterdam who has been traveling the globe since January 2012 to contribute to the growth of as many people as possible. He feels the world needs inspiring and noble leadership and he has been and is searching for inspiring people who match that profile. At the same time he offers workshops to all the communities he visits. Since January he has been teaching in places where very few coaches and trainers dare to go: Israel, Palestine, Lebanon (Beirut), Iraq (Baghdad) and Colombia. But he also worked in India, Australia, California, Bali, Argentina and Hong Kong. If you ever participated in his workshops or had a private session with him you will definitely remember.
Date: Saturday March 16th
Time: 10 am – 6 pm (please arrive at 9.30 am)
Costs: $150 (including an excellent lunch, tea, fruit & refreshments)
Participants: 15 – 25
Location: The Bhakti Center, 25 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10003
For questions or more information, email Atalwin Pilon [email protected]