This is a 2.5 day program (and 3 follow-up evenings of approx. 3 hours each) which will use processes aimed at helping you answer the question:
Who am I?
We have access to lots of information about our body and how it functions. What about our emotions, a very important aspect of ourselves which is often a mystery?
What is the operating system of your emotional circuit? What do your emotional lenses look like? What has influenced the formation of your emotional lenses with which you experience and evaluate your physical, mental, social and spiritual world today? This program intends to help you explore these questions.
This weekend is based on cognitive and experiential learning using the foundation of mindfulness, a newly rediscovered way of attaining effective self-awareness and self-regulation. It relies on the tool of “mirroring,” a powerful group work principle which aids gently in assisting you to learn about yourself. You will be exposed to several important psycho-educational concepts, followed by their practice and application in small group and buddy work.
I love transpersonal psychology because it focuses on the highest human potential: on how a human challenge could be the gateway to new insights and awareness and a leap to a new level of consciousness if we are willing to explore a new way of thinking and being.
This weekend is all about that exploration.
To be announced upon registration
$400 plus GST
Payment plans are available if required
“The tools that I gained from the “Meeting Me” workshop have changed the way I interact with people in my life.
Zu presented the tools in a clear and concise way. The exercises during the course gave us time to integrate and practice the tools.
I have been working consistently to find my emotional allergies and desensitize them.”
“Meeting Me” helped me connect with concepts that have been eluding me for a long time.
It shows me experientially that solutions lie within ourselves.
It exposes through the workshop and exercises that our patterns of seeking answers outside ourselves is fruitless and ineffective.
It showed me how I get stuck in the belief that the answers to all my issues come from outside sources.