The Wholeness Work: A Beginning
March 5 - March 6
Are you looking for peace? Would you like to feel a sense of authenticity?
This two day Introduction to the Wholeness Work will provide you with the tools to begin using this approach every day in a meditation practice plus three tools to help yourself and others resolve emotional issues.
Daily practice will bring you a new sense of peace and help you feel more grounded and authentic.
“Discover a new “path to awakening” and way of resolving life problems, including difficult emotions, relationship issues, insomnia, and much more.
Easy, gentle and kind.”
Connirae Andreas is a leading innovator in the world of NLP perhaps best known for her earlier creation “The Core Transformation Process”.
Her development of a new way of working is rooted in her own very personal journey resulting in The Wholeness Work.
The Wholeness Work is a new model and set of methods for therapy and spiritual development. It may be the most effective, simple, and direct method for what the spiritual masters are pointing at.
You can use this method to work on your “issues” too. It’s been useful for people with chronic sleep issues, sticky relationship problems, and troublesome emotional triggers.
Connirae Andreaswill be delivering the Master Class introducing The Wholeness Work for the International NLP Conference in May 2020. The following week at GWiz NLP Connirae will be presenting day 2 to 4 of The Wholeness Work.
Connirae Andreas has given permission to Melody to offer this introduction training in the The Wholeness Work. If you are unable to attend the Master Class at the Conference this training will allow you to attend the workshop with Connirae at GWiz NLP next year.
Investment: £295 early bird rate (payment one month before)
Full rate £395.
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