Confirmation will be sent to participants after they register. Zoom link will be sent on day of workshop.
Focusing helps us to reconnect to ourselves and our own inner compass. Holiday times are stressful for so many of us as we may carry a multitude of hidden expectations of ourselves, events and others. It can be such a heavy weight to live up to those subtle ideas and that can lead us to miss the aliveness that is actually available in the moment. So often, our experiences do not match our carried memories and buried hopes for a number reasons. In normal times, life changes may mean that it is not physically possible to meet these carried expectations. Today, current changes in the world along with personal changes in our particular circumstances are even more likely to prevent us from creating the holidays we remember or may want.
Focusing can help us to re-weave connections to ourselves just as we are and to develop a welcoming relationship with whatever is arising in us just as it is in each moment. When we can bring our felt sense awareness to what is actually here in this moment we find that entire worlds become available to us that were inaccessible before.
In this two hour Focusing workshop, we will co-create a safe space to bring ourselves as we truly are in this moment and reconnect to the aliveness in us that wants to be expressed just the way it is. There will be both whole group and small breakout group opportunities to connect and practice together.
The workshop will be interactive and will not be recorded so participants should be able to attend live and be willing to have their video and audio feeds turned on. In order to preserve an intimate and safe space, workshop size will be limited to 16 or fewer participants. Suggested donation for the workshop is is $30 but in order to make this widely available full and partial scholarships are available. Current students given first priority but all are welcome to the workshop and to request scholarship aid.
Register by emailing [email protected]