A two-day workshop with Sarah Tait-Jamieson, Certified Hakomi Teacher
NEW PLYMOUTH: Sat 11 May—Sun 12 May 2019
“Part of me is really keen to go, but another part of me is having doubts …”
A familiar refrain that, at best, makes us stop and think, and at worst cause confusion and internal conflict.
We all have a kaleidoscope of parts created by our experiences that can help us to navigate the changing course of our life’s journey. These experiences have been encoded physically within our cellular memory which fortifies us with parts that carry implicit knowledge for future experiences, and can give us a sense of appropriate action beyond our normal cognitions.
Some parts, particularly those generated by negative experiences, are less accessible to us, because they are often associated with shame or guilt. Out of our conscious awareness, but In an effort to protect us from further humiliation and hurt, these parts may keep us behaving in ways that are no longer necessary or useful.
In Hakomi we turn our attention to our internal landscape to notice what is present, with compassion and curiosity. With this process of mindfulness, we can begin to locate our many parts, those we know and welcome, and those we may unknowingly shun, to understand how and why they are operating for us.
In this workshop you will be introduced to Hakomi principles and skills to facilitate the study of your multiple parts, allowing you the possibility of deeper self-awareness and the choice to live in more life-enhancing ways.
Dates & Times
Saturday 11 May 2019: 9.30am — 5.30pm
Sunday 12 May 2019: 9.30am — 4.00pm
Early Bird Fee $250 Due by 22 April 2019
Full Fee $295
39 McGiven Drive
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