Upcoming Events

Waking Up: The Neuroscience of Awareness - Join Jeanne Catherine Gray every Monday, 9 am Pacific / Noon Eastern on international internet radio. 
October 6: Freedom of Mind (more radio dates/topics)

October 8: 1:30pm Eastern time. Jen Lucas will be the faculty host, talking to Wyn Morgan on Supermind online.

October 24: Jen Lucas will be presenting at the top-notch Three Principles Global Community Conference in Minneapolis, MN

December 13: 7:00 pm. Celebrating 3 years of service in Charlottesville, VA

Small Group Intensives: 
Mothering from Wisdom; What Life Experience Can Do for You, Your Children and Your Service to the World.
Next Groups begin October 27 (one spot left) and January 18 (accepting applications).
Contact Jeanne to interview



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The End of Suffering with Jeanne Catherine-Gray

Join Jeanne for the first installment of her new radio show. Does the end of suffering sound like too great a promise? What is the difference between suffering and pain? How can we get to the end of suffering for ourselves. Listen or download to hear the simplicity.


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Praise

I think what surprised me the most about Jeanne, was her ability to maintain a professional demeanor, while at the same time being very attuned to individual needs and personalities.  Jeanne is warm and welcoming with an incredibly nurturing approach.  She was able to attend to the group while addressing the needs of individuals as they emerged.

JoAnna McCue-Martin
Elementary School Teacher
avatarMy experience during the four days with Jen was both profound and totally pragmatic. Things just look different, from how I handle a conversation at work to how I pray with my children at night. I know there is so much possible, beyond what I can figure out in any one moment. And I feel how much capacity and wellness we all have to guide us to navigate to the next moment with love and wisdom. Jen didn’t teach me any of that – she didn’t offer any of that – but she helped show me how to hear myself and trust in what I know.

Anita McGinty, PhD, CCC-SLP
Educational Psychologist
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