at Harmony Body & Mind Healing Centre
Sunday, 11 November 2018 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM + Add to calendar11/11/2018 10:0011/11/2018 16:00Australia/BrisbaneIntegrating EmotionsIntegrating Emotions Sunday, 11 November 2018 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM (E. Australia Standard Time) Organiser David Brown 07 55783811 firstname.lastname@example.org Address Harmony Body & Mind Healing Centre 14 Billabirra Crescent Nerang Gold Coast 4211 Australia Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/77968/integrating_emotions.aspxHarmony Body & Mind Healing Centre
14 Billabirra Crescent
Nerang Gold Coast 4211
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Join David Brown to learn ways to effectively integrate emotions to advance your personal development and wellbeing.
In this introductory workshop on emotions, David will explore why emotions have been such a difficult and elusive issue for many of us for so many years. Drawing on Chinese medical philosophy, his training as a Holistic counsellor & psychotherapist, personal experience and, many years of research, David challenges conventional ideas about emotions making a new and vital understanding possible. David believes that ideas such as ‘positive & negative’ emotions are counterproductive and invites us to review our beliefs about emotions and learn how to work with them.
“We’re all born into a world where emotions are not managed that well. We learn ways of dealing with emotions from our family, society, philosophy & religions, they become part of our ‘operating system’ where they either work well or cause conflict in our relationships with others, the world or within ourselves.”
Although some of us are inherently more or less emotional, we are all endowed with the full range of human emotions. As they are an intrinsic part of who we are, it makes sense to have a good working relationship with them rather than feeling ashamed or frightened and wanting to suppress them.
Addictive tendencies and obsessions are ways we try to avoid feeling emotions. If we pause and consider the extent of these behaviours, we may start to grasp the degree that we collectively struggle with them. In this regard to varying degrees, we’re all in the same boat.
But what if it could all be different?
In this introductory talk you will learn: -
This is an introductory talk laying a foundation for a short series of follow up sessions in 2019. Follow up sessions will have a greater focus on specific emotions and how to work with them. These talks are designed to be immediately useful to both professional and laypersons.