Healing of the Spirit Through the Breath of Life

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PLACES AVAILABLE

Thursday 29th June – Saturday 1st July 2017

A 3 Day Non-Residential Workshop for Counsellors, Psychotherapists and Complementary and Holistic Therapist

An opportunity for therapists to embrace and deepen our own interior journey and thus make ourselves more able to connect with our clients at a deeper and more meaningful level.

Integrating insights from modern consciousness research, anthropology, various depth psychologies, transpersonal psychology, body psychotherapy, Eastern spiritual practices and mystical traditions of the world, and drawing on the work of Dr Frank Lake, Dr Jim O’Donoghue, Dr Wiiliam Emerson, Dr David B. Chamberlain, and others, Breathwork in Expanded States of Consciousness is a powerful approach to self-exploration and healing.

It is based on a broad understanding of the human psyche that includes biographical, pre- and peri-natal, and transpersonal dimensions, and phenomena from all these domains are seen as natural and normal constituents of the psychological process.

As the process of entering an expanded state of consciousness unfolds, intrinsic healing energy in the psyche and the body begins to manifest a therapeutic wisdom that transcends the knowledge that can be derived from cognitive understanding only.

For more details see our webpage

Or email angela@mctcwirral.org.uk

Cost £350.00 to include light lunch on all three days. Payable in instalments if required.

 

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