The Happiness Course Workshop (the best bits) @ Gaunt’s House Saturday 21st July 2018 10am-5pm
Come and join me at Gaunts House countryside mansion in Wimborne for a day of profound discussion, reflection, and healing which will offer you a life changing experience and take your happiness to new levels.
I have taken all the best bits from the Happiness Course and condensed it into a day where we will explore many subjects that may well be keeping you stuck in a negative cycle. Learning how are I will be happy when…. has the power to hold us back living in fear of the future and regret of the past, but what about today’s happiness. We will also look at society’s definition of success as we compare to our definition and ask who’s success path are we following and why this leads nicely onto the comparison hangover, you know that crappy feeling you get after you have been comparing you’re oh so boring life to the someone else’s!
One of the major keys to happiness is our relationships and being able to forgive others and ourselves. I see many destructive patterns stem from people holding bitterness in their hearts. It is an area that many of us struggle (me included) but as we delve deep into significant relationships we explore how allowing ourselves to forgive and to become vulnerable will provide you with a shift in perception and awareness which will allow inner healing to begin.
We will be working with the REACH model of forgiveness, this is will enable you to let go of past hurts and make a decision once and for all to no longer have an emotional bond with this person. See how your story has the power to heal you as you go from victim to victor.
We use metaphors to let go of these hurts and solidify the act to forgive, in doing so we will all make our way to the secret garden where the fire pit will be waiting, we will burn our REACH models and set positive new intentions moving forward. I will show you how to anchor these positive intentions so that when an old thought comes in of the person you will automatically think of that person with love and compassion.