Relationship workshop slated for Saturday in Eagle |

Relationship workshop slated for Saturday in Eagle

Raymond Lincoln founded Innerkinetics, and will be in Eagle on Saturday to co-host a workshop designed to help you figure out your temperatment and how to make it work for you.
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What: Innerkinetics relationship workshop.

When: 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday.

Where: United Methodist Church of the Eagle Valley, 333 2nd St, Eagle.

Cost: $99 per couple, $75 per individual.

More information: Registration includes 6-hour workshop, materials and lunch. Call 970-616-4401, email, or go to

What’s love got to do with it? Everything, says author and counselor Raymond W. Lincoln.

Lincoln created Innerkinetics and will be joining Stacey Horn, local counselor and therapist, for a workshop designed to help you figure out your emotional template — your temperament — and understand your drives and desires.

Understanding our temperament will give us an explanation of why we do the things we do and feel the way we feel, Horn said.

“Typically when I do the temperament key with people, they usually say something like, ‘That’s why I feel that way! It makes so much sense out of so many things in my life!’”

Bookstores and bookshelves are full of self-empowerment books insisting that if you follow their tried and true principles, then you’ll find success, Horn said.

“It’s the same way for everyone, and if it doesn’t work, well there must be something wrong with you,” Horn said. “As we all know, we aren’t all the same.”


Innerkinetics helps you come to an understanding about yourself first and then discover the individual path to success, which is written into your strengths and not what others might tell us it should be, Horn said.

Lincoln is a bestselling author and has studied extensively in the fields of philosophy, temperament psychology and personology. He has more than 40 years of experience speaking, teaching and counseling.

In 2010, he released “Innerkinetics: Your Blueprint to Excellence and Happiness,” and the parenting book, “I May Frustrate You, But I’m a Keeper!”

Ray lives with his wife, Mary Jo, in Littleton.

Staff Writer Randy Wyrick can be reached at 970-748-2935 or

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