To be taken as it suits you, weekdays or weekends
This workshop is for those who:
In each module, there will be understandings from the latest psychology and neurobiology and teaching from ancient wisdom. There will be exercises, tools, stories and direct experiences – all to take away with you.
1 What you need to know . . . . and why
The lessons and understandings from the Human Givens approach - the newest and most radical school of psychotherapy in over 40 years – enhanced by my experience as a private practitioner of eight years
Module 2 Working on yourself
Learn to hear and understand what your emotions are telling you and identify those patterns that need to be shifted . . . and how to shift them.
Module 3 Problem Solving and that critical present and future focus
Human beings are problem solving animals – so what have you learnt and what can you now do?
What you can expect
A combination of direct teaching, group discussion, exercises, trance and stories for:
£60 per half day module or £150 for the three half day modules booked together
Location: 94 Malford Grove, South Woodford, London E18 2DQ
Maximum of six participants per module. Refreshments provided.
The three modules add up to twelve hours – with explanation, exercises, guided imagery and notes. The modules can be delivered over week or weekend days, or evenings.
What would suit you? Call on 0208 257 0429 or send a message. We will arrange a programme that works for you.
What we all know deep down
A word on the images on this page
Tree roots - well yes a little exposed but certainly still upright and sound and grounded
Stretched - well I hope so
Water works - clear and fresh and seeing it as it is.
Some of my sources and inspirations
Eckhart Tolle - The Power of Now - explains and inspires that to be present is the heart of all happiness practice. Tolle is now very big and even has a TV station. Notwithstanding his insights are profound. Click here
Victor Frankel - Man’s Search for Meaning Click here
Thich Nhat Han is a Vietnamese monk who has written extensively and for many years on Mindfulness. Click here
Ronald Siegal The Mindfulness Solution. Siegal is a academic psychologist who has made all this respectable and acceptable. He does though write well. Click here
A good mindfulness site Click here
Martin Seligman of the University of Pennsylvania has cornered the market in Happiness – by being scientific and therefore respectable.
The VIA Signature Strengths Questionnaire is worth doing. Click here - BUT I would not get bogged down in the other surveys.
Jonathan Haidt – The Happiness hypothesis has been a main inspiration for me and I use his work extensively. Click here
How to meditate Click here
Headspace is meditation for today Click here
Free Mindfulness website - an excellent resource
Modern Buddhism Click here
The Five Things we cannot change
Five Steps to Happiness
Do these for two months and see the difference they make!
Even fish can only drink so much of the sea.
Sufi wisdom quoted by Indries Shah