Tag archives: The inCourage Chorus

HAI: Into Me See
By Steven Libowitz   |   July 4, 2019

HAI Mini Workshops provide a no-cost, no-commitment opportunity to learn more about the work and philosophies of The Human Awareness Institute before potentially signing up for a full journey. HAI’s deeply personal workshops, developed over nearly half a century, focus on a wide variety of self- and relationship-growth topics, including Love, Intimacy and Sexuality; Relationships; […]

Sears’ Catalog: Satire About Self-Help and Spirituality
By Steven Libowitz   |   May 9, 2019

There are a lot of paths to a career in comedy, but working as a life and emotional coach has to be one of the weirdest. JP Sears wouldn’t dispute that contention. In fact, his own life – which includes a decade and a half in the self-help industry working with individual clients – serves […]

SKY pilot
By Steven Libowitz   |   December 13, 2018

The SKY Meditation program was just getting a toe-hold in Santa Barbara earlier this year when an unexpected personal situation caused a step back just as the technique, popular around the country, was getting ready to begin a series of regular trainings. After an eight-month hiatus, SKY returned with two free intro evenings earlier this […]

Singing at the Soup
By Steven Libowitz   |   July 19, 2018

What’s that? You’re wondering what a column on spirituality is doing featuring an item on singing? A sensible query, to be sure, and while the answer could be a smarmy “Anything is spiritual if that’s your vantage point,” the inCourage Chorus truly takes a heart-based, spirit-invoking approach to vocalizing with melody, rhythm, and harmony in […]