Imagine yourself living an extraordinary life.
Join us on a journey to bring alive the upcoming publication of Living an Extraordinary Life, co-authored by Christina Grote and Pamela Kramer. Discover the genesis and vision of ITP, its evolution since 1991 and the further reaches of extraordinary life nestled inside each of us, ready to blossom. Together, with ITP Mastery teachers leading the way, we'll explore and find new meaning and inspiration for positive growth and transformation of ourselves and the world.
Designed for curious newcomers and seasoned practitioners alike, you are invited to experience the power of an evolving practice, co-create it with us and watch it and all of us grow in extraordinary ways.
- Explore your many-sided nature and delve into a deeper interpretation of body, mind, heart and soul – both ordinary and extraordinary – to enrich your worldview and practice
- Experience the elastic nature of ITP as it has evolved over the years and shape your practice to suit your lifestyle, values and needs
- Discover how your life and growth is connected to the evolutionary advance, how your transformation makes a difference to all on our planet
- Connect and engage with ITP’s powerful lineage, its birthplace at Esalen Institute, and the vital flow of energy and joy experienced in an inspired community of dedicated practice
- 5 live online sessions, along with monthly shorter meetings to sustain and build momentum
- program materials and online resources page, facilitator and community support
- personal copy of the book, Living an Extraordinary Life
For program questions and financial assistance, email Robert.
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All sessions held Pacific Time:
Program sessions - 8 am – 1 pm
Mar 19 | Apr 23 | May 21 | June 25 | July 23
Momentum sessions - 9 – 10 am
Apr 2 | May 7 | June 11 | July 9
Program reunion - 9 – 10 am
I can think of a hundred, a thousand, texts and traditions that explain why we should not develop our supernormal powers and fuller human nature—powers and natures that appear every day all around us, screaming, crying for our attention. I can think of very few texts and traditions that explain why we should pay attention and act on that attention through community, intention, imagination, and responsibility. This book is one of them. Christina Grote and Pam Kramer are our teachers of the human as the superhuman. They lay out in these pages not just why we should do this (because we already are it), but how we can do it.
—Jeffrey J. Kripal, author of The Superhumanities: Historical Precedents, Moral Objections, New Realities