If you have ever asked yourself what is the secret of life, or why am I here, or what does this all mean; if you have ever wondered whether there is s…[ Ira R. ] >
Explore, Experience & Embrace.
Our programs fit into a progression of three participation opportunities designed to promote what we believe is the most effective and efficient unfolding of The Option Method for your personal and professional needs.
STEP 1. ExploreOption
ExploreOption programs are designed to provide an overview of The Option Method. They are an excellent starting point for those who would like to learn more about the purpose, applicability and practice of The Option Method.
STEP 2. ExperienceOption
ExperienceOption helps you deepen your understanding of The Option Method through O.M.Skillbuilding teleclasses and ExperienceOption workshops. You could gradually progress to learning to do The Option Method on your own under the supervision of your teacher through O.M.Dialogue Reviews. You will also share your experiences and deepen your knowledge in our monthly NetTogethers.
STEP 3. EmbraceOption
You will take the next step in the integration of The Option Method into your life by learning to work with others through our workshops and retreats. Participate FreeStyle in EmbraceOption services or through the EmbraceOption Practicum for Partner Work and/or the EmbraceOption Practicum for Client Work, which include O.M.Dialogue Reviews, O.M.Skillbuilding teleclasses and NetTogethers specifically designed for working with others. Meet the requirements for inclusion in The O.M. Teacher Registry so you can be recognized as a trained Option Method Teacher.
'The Guru Next Door' is a well-written and riveting tale of self-discovery. It weaves a personal story of pain and learning with the greater teaching…[ Valerie Gilbert, NYC ] >
Compassion is the bottom line in The Option Method. That’s the absolute requirement and if you…
Compassion is the bottom line in The Option Method. That’s the absolute requirement and if you ever want to learn to do it for yourself, you’ve got to be at least as nice to you as you would be to others. You’ve got to know when you’re ready to deal with something and when you’re not. And you’ve got to know when you don’t want to question your unhappiness and when you’d be glad to. When you get unhappy enough you’ll be glad to.[ Bruce Di Marsico ]