September 2nd and 3rd 2017
"Who Am I?"
(enquiring into our self-concept)
Who we take ourselves to be, and which part of ourselves is dominant at any one moment, has a profound effect on how we experience our lives and everything that happens in them.
The very same experiences can appear radically different when our perspective shifts.
During this weekend workshop I will bring enquiries and meditations to support a healthy curiosity into the ground of our being, who we are beyond all ideas of who we think we are.
I will also include a process from the Birth into Being approach to explore how the different parts of our brain work together and how this can impact the way in which we relate to each experience.
Why I call it "this Beautiful Work":
the “work" part is the discipline of enquiry: the choice to bring our attention to what is actually happening, in the present moment,
and the “beautiful” part is about feeling the ease and the relief which arises, effortlessly, when we allow ourselves to experience the felt sense of each moment from (and as) awareness,
(whatever is going on),
and let it be enough.
It’s radical, and deceptively simple: the effects are immediate, always, and yet they can't be held on to.
Meeting others in a held space for the weekend, sitting together, sometimes in silence, moving, consciously breathing, and engaging enquiries and processes alone and with others offers a supportive forum in which to deepen our own self-enquiry, on-goingly.
And it is not about self-improvement!
Cost: £130, £110 early Bird before August 2nd, with deposit of £50 to confirm place.
There are 12 places on this workshop.
This weekend workshop is open to people who have not worked with me before.
Grantchester Village Hall
Saturday 10am - 6pm
Sunday 10am - 4pm
For more info and bookings contact Penny