Workshops Byron Bay & Beyond
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I love working in groups. We get to spend time with like-minded people, and even more importantly, we realise that we are not alone with our problems. Plus it can be a lot of fun to connect, share and be with each other. If you are interested in hosting a workshop or for me to be part of your event/conference, please contact me. I am located in Byron Bay (Australia) and happy to hold events locally or travel beyond Byron Bay.
I look forward to hearing from you!
One Day Introduction to 'The Work'
For Beginners and Intermediate
‘The Work’ was developed by Byron Katie. It is a powerful and yet simple technique to questions your thoughts and believes. It can lead you straight to the core of your distress and help you to see more clearly what is really going on. The Work consists of four questions and turnarounds. The answers to those questions will come from you, for you. They will guide you to a deeper understanding of yourself, others and your situation.
During this introduction we will:
- Talk about how to get started with the Work
- How to find the thoughts behind your emotional discomfort
- Experience the depth of the four questions
- Enjoy the magic of the turnarounds
Learning the technique can give you independence because you can do The Work on your own, any time, anywhere.
2 Day Workshop for Women: Self-Love & Self-Worth
With Sabine Brosche & Ava Lowe
Meet the most important person in your life: You.
You are the one with whom you will spend your entire life – starting on day one until you pass. Other people fade in and out of your existence, but you remain – no matter where you go or what you do. The relationship you have with yourself will determine how you relate to others and how you experience life. If we are not happy in our own skin, we project that discontent onto other people and into life. Internally it can lead to anxiety, mood swings, low energy, self-sabotaging, self-destructive behaviour, frustration and depression.
Not good enough, unworthy, worthless, imperfect, flawed, wrong – whatever your words are, it comes all from the same source and affects us in surprisingly similar ways. Feeling ‘not enough’ lives inside us, often undercover, until we get to know it for what it really is.
Our invitation is to meet ‘Unworthiness’ with kindness and understanding. Why? Because it seems that we have tried forever to get rid of it, to suppress it, to compensate, and deny it. Let’s try the opposite! Coming together as a group and sharing our story is a healing moment in itself. The Me-Too realisation can take away the sense of isolation and pressure under which we put ourselves.
Together we will explore what your specific beliefs are around your ‘Unworthiness’:
- Discover how those beliefs influence your relationship with yourself and others
- Give them a voice and permission to be a part of the process
- Meet them with understanding and kindness
- Question their validity
- Expand your perspective and potential
- Bring humour to the mix
This time together is a gentle and deep immersion into yourself. Let us support and nudge you towards more self-acceptance and self-care.
For Beginners and Intermediate
Do you want to be creative, but you don’t know how to start?
As I see it, anyone can paint, draw, sculpt, write or make music. Anybody can create. It is not reserved for the chosen few.
If you feel a desire to be creative, but it is not happening, you most likely have a belief system that limits you. Most of us have an inner critic who restricts us from exploring and playing creatively.
‘Discover Your Creativity’ is specially designed to work on your mental blocks and free your creative abilities.
- What do you think about yourself?
- What judgments do you have about your creativity?
- What feelings or memories are holding you back?
- How do your thoughts and beliefs limit you?
Also, we will be creative and make something! You get to pick your medium: writing, painting, drawing, make a collage, or experimenting with sculpture. It does not matter what you choose. It is about getting started and having fun!
The Mind Can Never Be Controlled; It can be questioned, loved, and met with understanding.Byron Katie