Webinar with John and Carla Sherman
Every month, we present a webinar in which we discuss a topic of relevance to anyone who works with the Just One Look Method.
Birth Trauma and the Fear of Life
It has been known for thousands of years that human birth is horribly painful and damaging for the mother, and even more so for the child, as it is expelled from the quiet sweetness of the womb.
In this live webinar, we are going to discuss how the fear of life establishes itself at birth and is the source of all our purely psychological difficulties.
Sunday, February 24th from 4 to 5 pm PT (UTC/GMT -8)
Register for the webinar even if you are unable to attend it live. We will send you a link to the video recording a day after the webinar.
IMPORTANT: Once you register for the webinar, you will receive an email confirmation with a personalized link that should be used only by you. The email will also contain local phone numbers to to dial in.
Suggested donation: $10
You can also send us a check (US banks only) or money order:
Just One Look Foundation
201 E. Ojai Avenue, 1566
Ojai, CA 93023
Webinars happen once a month, usually on the last Sunday of the month - with a few exceptions. Every month we discuss a topic of relevance to anyone who is working with, or simply interested in, the Just One Look Method. After the presentation, there is time for conversation and we answer questions.
Each person who registers for one of our webinars will receive a personalized link to the complete video recording 3 days after the webinar.
If you have a topic that you would like us to talk about in a webinar, please use our contact form to send us a message.
You will receive a reminder by email one week before the webinar, a second reminder one day before, and another reminder one hour before.
If you wish to speak with John and Carla, you will need a headset with microphone or ear buds and a microphone. If you are unable to speak during the webinar, you may also type your question or comment in the Questions Pane.
Even if you are not at your computer or your mobile device, you can connect to the webinar with a telephone. You will not be able to speak with John, but you will be able to listen to the webinar as you would a radio show.
Scroll down to the bottom of any email reminder you received about the webinar. Click on the link that says: "Please cancel your registration if you cannot attend."
That link is personalized, your registration number embedded in it, so you must use the email that was addressed to you.
If you wish to attend a webinar but do not wish to receive email reminders, you can tell us not to send them by clicking on the link that says "You can also opt-out from receiving further emails from this Webinar's organizers."
Please don't send us emails asking us to cancel your registration or unsubscribe you. Registration, registration cancellation, email reminders. etc. are all done directly through GoToWebinar.
It is very important to verify that your computer or mobile device meets the minimum requirements. If it doesn't, you will not be able to join the webinar. These links will will take you to the GoToWebinar website.
Software Installation and Update
You can join the webinar using the GoToWebinar app or using your browser (no software installation required).
If you do not have the GoToWebinar software already installed, when you click on the JOIN LINK you will be prompted to choose between connecting to the webinar with your browser or installing the GoToWebinar app on your computer or device.
If you're joining a webinar using the GoToWebinar app for the first time or you haven't attended one of our webinars in a while, we suggest that you click on the JOIN LINK half an hour before the scheduled time so you'll have time to install the software (or software update) and set your audio preferences.
The software will install automatically. Once the installation finishes, you will see the Attendee Control Panel on your screen. If you can't see it, it is probably minimized to the upper right corner of your screen. You will see two icons there. From the bottom up: a screen and a white arrow on an orange background (it will be pointing to the left when the control panel is minimized).
The room will open 5-10 minutes early to allow you to test your system and make any necessary adjustments.
Audio quality can vary based on your audio software/hardware manufacturer as well as your operating system. When using VoIP, the following best practices are recommended:
- For optimum sound quality, a headset is recommended, preferably a USB headset for ease of use.
- If a headset is not available, a microphone and speakers are required, preferably a USB microphone for ease of use.
- If using a microphone, it should be a distance of at least 1.5 feet away from any speakers that are built into or connected to your computer.
- The use of a Webcam microphone is not recommended.
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