“Be Yourself. Everyone else is already taken” – Oscar Wilde
HOLISTIC APPROACHES TO WORKING WITH OURSELVES AND WITH OUR CLIENTS: AN INTRODUCTION
We are more than our habits and patterns. However these aspects of ourselves can become rigid and overbearing and we can lose touch with our essential wisdom and the right action that can align our lives and our spirit. In this workshop you will learn the major principles involved in working efficiently with these patterns that interfere with the natural and flowing aspects of our lives.
YOU WILL LEARN:
• How people organize their experience into roles and identifications
• How 3 basic orientations that people use for viewing themselves and the world
• How to identify, recognize and work with the parts and habits of a person’s personality.
• How these aspects of the self can work against each other and interfere with a strong wise center of being and knowing
• How to transform these parts of self into a strength rather than an interference or block
• How to help people organize their lives around a stronger center of wisdom and choice
• How the will works and the importance of “practices”
• Acquire an understanding of the pathway to living creatively, holistically and spiritually
THIS TRAINING IS FOR:
• nurses and other helping professions
• holistic practitioners, etc.
NOTE: This is an educational/experiential workshop.
DATE: THIS WILL BE AN ONLINE COURSE OFFERING. NOW COLLECTING PARTICIPANTS
IF INTERESTED, RESPOND TO CMCOMUZZI@ME.COM
I believe there is a thread that is particular to each of our lives. This thread informs our life direction and purpose. To me, personal freedom comes from a radical acceptance of who we are and is supported by a steadfast pursuit of our truth as it unfolds and presents itself. We can become more at ease with aligning with our essence and to relaxing into thriving rather than surviving, enduring or efforting: “To become a person does not necessarily mean to be well adjusted, adapted, approved of by others….. We are meant to become more eccentric, more peculiar, more odd .. not meant just to fit in. We are here to be the individual” (James Hollis, Jungian analyst.)