Each of us has a preferred way of being in the world.
Perhaps without realizing it, we are all on a personal journey to create a core state of being (the essential experience of living) that gives our lives meaning. For some of us, it’s a desire to feel safe. For others, it’s a desire to belong. Some seek the feeling of being competent or capable; others long for a more spiritual life.
To live in this core state of being is to have golden treasure.
As we seek the "experience of living" that we want, it's easy to look in all the wrong places. One trap is to believe that the inner life we desire can be created through things outside of ourselves. Worse yet, is when we create the experience we want through drugs, alcohol, or excessive consumption — all of which lead to addiction, broken people, and broken dreams.
Is it possible to have this elusive state of being? Is it possible to grow it? Is it possible to bring it with you, rather than look for it outside yourself?
The answer to all three questions is Yes.
Come and learn how.
Dr. Gary Koyen, Ph.D.
With nearly 40 years of experience, Dr. Gary Koyen is a master of “Breakthrough Methodologies.” Gary Koyen's knowledge, guidance, and customized lifestyle solutions help clients see substantial improvement in a wide spectrum of advanced chronic diseases — heart disease, cancer, diabetes, metabolic syndrome, autoimmune diseases, inflammatory bowel syndrome, and many others.
Dr. Gerry Schmidt, Ph.D.
Dr. Gerry Schmidt is a brilliant therapist. The results he achieves with patients in a single session often take other therapists months to produce — if at all. Cruxpoint clients consistently praise Gerry Schmidt's ability to help them achieve their health and quality-of-life goals.
Since joining Cruxpoint last August, I feel amazing!
I am happier, healthier, lighter, more centered, and more comfortable in my own skin.
I've gotten off two medications, and hope to get off another in a few months. I've also lost 15 pounds.
Feeling renewed and ready for a new and healthy life.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
There is ample FREE parking in our private parking lot. The nearest bus stop is only two blocks away (30th and Iris Avenue).
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Call Cruxpoint at 303-519-2433, visit us at www.cruxpoint.com or email us at [email protected]
Sunday, Mar. 258:00 pm - 11:00 pm