Self-Transformation Workshop

Date(s) - 04/02/2022
10:00 am - 12:00 pm



Tools & Techniques for Realizing Your Magnificent Potential:

A Self-Development Workshop

Format, Date & Time:

Free Zoom Online

Saturday, April 2, 2022

10:00 AM – 12:00 CST

Registration will be limited to 20 participants.

In this workshop we will explore simple methods, tools, and techniques to facilitate your continuous unfoldment and achieving your goals in life. Particular attention will be given to the nonconscious realm and the faculty of willing and how your relationship to these helps or hinders your progress. This workshop will be especially helpful if you are feeling “stuck” and unable to move forward and are frustrated in your attempts to understand why. And, if you are already making steady progress, it will help you to accelerate that process.

What you will learn:

– The power and importance of purpose

– Why an understanding of the dynamics of the nonconscious and the soul faculty of willing is essential to fulfilling your potential

– Connecting with your personal power through the Feeling Exercise

– Simple exercises for calming the mind and entering the ideal state for learning

– The importance of Being Here Now, or Conscious Awareness in the Present Moment

– The importance of focusing on the outcome, rather than on the obstacles

– Understanding the four brain channels and their optimal use

– The value of Paraliminal technology in personal transformation


The workshop content is informed by the:

– Spiritual science of Rudolf Steiner

– Psychosynthesis of Roberto Assagioli

– Abundance for Life course & Paraliminal Technology of Dr. Paul Scheele

– The facilitator’s insistence on learning these lessons the hard way (so you won’t have to :-))

To REGISTER or for any questions,
please contact


John Fuller

The workshop facilitator has had a lifelong interest in the deeper aspects of human existence. In the 1970’s he discovered the work of Rudolf Steiner and Roberto Assagioli. For the last few years, he has been studying the work of Dr. Paul Scheele, which he has found to be of tremendous value in making the often-challenging ideas of the former more broadly accessible. Mr. Fuller has served as a Waldorf school administrator and board member, administrative assistant for the Association of Waldorf Schools in North America and coordinator of the local branch of the Anthroposophical Society. He began teaching foundation courses in anthroposophy through Novalis Institute in 2004 and is a former board member of the Institute. He has extensive experience as an information technology professional and recently retired after eight years as Executive Assistant for the Minnesota Board on Judicial Standards. His current research and outreach is focused on human development, adult education, accelerated learning, and economic and social renewal.