Updated: Jan 17
In this Exploration you will learn how to tap into a field of abundance that is always here, that is always sustaining us, and that never runs out. But first, we will learn how to slow down. We cannot truly receive support, support others, or know and love ourselves until we experientially learn that we are safe to slow down in presence. As we learn this, we will discover that slowing down is necessary.
This is transformational work, and you will have a community of practice to support you along the way. We will learn and grow and support each other. Included in our time together, we will:
Learn about the dominant oppressive narrative and how it influences our daily life, and what other narratives might be possible. Regardless of who we are—racism, ableism, sexism, homophobia, classism, capitalism, environmental crises and so forth impact all of us, and impact all those we work with. We will cognitively and consciously somatically explore these territories together.
Learn how to do simple consensual inquiry (an inquiry developed by Lisa Meuser) with oneself and others. This inquiry will also help you to slow down and connect with curious questions without agenda.
Use practices that are rooted in vagus nerve/nervous system health, which increase self-awareness, and pave the way for having a healthy nervous system and sustained access to our somatic awareness, so that we may remember another co-existing reality of abundance, compassion and well-being.
Actively engage in a transformative wisdom-based narrative that centers well-being.
Learn how to engage in the transformative art of changing the orientation of our attention.
Learn that it is safe to connect to other human beings through our community of practice.
So much more!
For more information or to register, please reach out to Lisa @firstname.lastname@example.org or myself @email@example.com. And to read more about the Exploration connect here at https://integrativehealingnow.com/blog/272-mental-health-and-well-being-professionals-committed-change-mie2022/