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The Wholeness Work with developer Connirae Andreas PhD

What is it?

The Wholeness Work is a new “path to awakening” and way of resolving life problems. This new process has helped people with insomnia, relationship issues, pre-migraine auras, difficult emotions, and much more. People report “it’s easy, and feels gentle and kind.”

Most people experience.

  • A deep relaxation and resetting of the nervous system
  • A natural melting away of many issues that previously seemed like intractable problems
  • Increased sense of well-being
  • Greater access to a natural wisdom, compassion, humor, and creativity
  • and much, much more…

Connirae Andreas, The Wholeness Work Developer

Connirae Andreas

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.

Connirae will be sharing day one of The Wholeness Work as the Master Class for The International NLP Conference 15th May 2020.

 

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.

If you want to see how The Wholeness Process can be helpful for you, you can watch this free recorded webinar.

Just click the link and enter your email to see the free video.

In day 1 (at the NLP International Conference) you’ll learn the basic Wholeness Methods for working with life issues & transformational meditation. 

After practicing these two methods, it’s possible to take Wholeness Work to a much deeper level. You’ll learn new formats, and more Wholeness Work Principles, so that the depth and breadth of results expands.

Continue your journey with Connirae Andreas by attending day 2 to 4 after the NLP Conference. Learn more Wholeness Formats & Principles, so that you can get full benefit from this evolutionary work.

 

 

 

 

 

What are the dates?

Day 1:                  15th May 2020

Day 2-4:             22nd to 24th May 2020

Where will the training be?

Day 1 will be held at the NLP International Conference, The Park Inn, Heathrow, London

Day 2 to 4 will be held at a venue in Sussex within easy reach of Gatwick Airport.

How do I sign up for the first day at the NLP International Conference?

You will need to buy a ticket for the Conference and we recommend you attend all three days. The Conference attracts top NLP speakers from around the world.

Conference Tickets will be available from 3rd June 2019, click the         link for details

What if I can’t attend the NLP International Conference but still want to attend day 2 to 4 of the Wholeness Work?

There are several options available to you.

  • Attend a live training in the UK with Melody Cheal
  • Take the online training
Melody and Connirae

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact Melody@gwiznlp.com for more details

How do I sign up for days 2 to 4?

 

Super Early Bird rate                        £395.00

Terms: non-refundable and paid in full by 30thJune 2019 Closed

 

 

 

Early Bird rate                                     £495.00

Available until 31stMarch 2020

Terms: Deposit secures place, balance in full by 31stMarch 2020

Deposit £200

 

 

Full rate                                                £595.00

Terms: Payment in full by 20thMay 2020

 

 

 

 

The Core Transformation Process

 

The Core Transformation Process was developed by Connirae Andreas in the 1980s and is an elegant, gentle process that creates significant change at a deep level. It primarily about identifying “parts” that have been left behind in our development.

With the Core Transformation Process we are often looking at complex, deeper issues where a number of parts may be involved. Each part will have it’s own positive intention and desired outcome creating a multi-layered issue to unpack.

Connirae Andreas has given permission to Melody to offer this training in the Core Transformation Process.

28th to 30th August 2019

 

Early Bird Rate £395 available until 28th July 2019

 

Full rate £495

Are you “giving something up” for your health?

What if instead of giving up you were giving yourself better self-care instead?

I know promised you some more tips on managing your inner critic and I hope you will forgive me for putting it off for one more week. I have a good reason.

 

I was reflecting on all the people who were posting about “giving things up for Lent”. I am not religious however I do consider myself Spiritual and I wondered about harnessing this idea for self-care.

 

I made a decision to explore what it feels like to embrace 40 days of reflection and sacrifice. The word sacrifice felt harsh to me so I reframed this as self-compassion with the idea that it will increase my ability to have compassion for others.

 

I will be giving something up as part of that process. I have decided to give up sugary sweets, biscuits and chocolate plus alcohol which I currently only take occasionally.

 

I suspect my need for sugar is really an indicator of some unresolved issues, some of which are outside my awareness.

 

From an NLP perspective, I hold the view that my unhealthy drives around sugar do have a positive intention. They are likely trying to help or protect me in some way.

 

I have some ideas as to what that might be and there may be some I have yet to consider. It is also possible that the positive intention is now out of date and the part of me that is running the drive did not realise.

 

I plan to replace sugar with self-care and self-compassion.

 

The phrase “giving something up” can be a block to lasting change so I am reframed this too. Instead of giving something up I will notice what emerges from my change in behaviour and take steps clear what needs clearing, acknowledge what needs acknowledging and release what needs releasing.

 

I am using a number of approaches including NLP, The Wholeness Process, Core Transformations and Journalling.

 

Having begun this journey it then occurred to me that a shared journey can be a very supportive thing so I set up a group on Facebook in order to invite others to join me.

 

I extend this invitation to you now. Would you like to join me on this journey of self-care and self-compassion?

 

Below is my original post. The name of the group is “Self-care for 40 days and beyond” and you are welcome to ask to join the group. I will be continuing to write my blogs on self-care here and  you can post  comments about your own journey or questions here on this blog.

 

“I do not follow any form of organised religion however I do consider myself Spiritual. I believe in a connection between us all and that we have the ability to share compassion.

 

I have been considering the Christian tradition of Lent. I have made a decision to explore what it feels like to embrace 40 days of reflection and sacrifice. The word sacrifice feels harsh to me so I plan to reframe this as self-compassion with the idea that it will increase my ability to have compassion for others.

 

I will be giving something up as part of that process. I have decided to give up sugary sweets, biscuits and chocolate plus alcohol which I currently only take occasionally. I suspect my need for sugar is really an indicator of some unresolved issues, some of which are outside my awareness. I plan to replace sugar with self-care and self-compassion. I will notice what emerges and take steps clear what needs clearing, acknowledge what needs acknowledging and release what needs releasing.

 

I will need love and support so if you feel moved to, please comment on my daily posts.

 

If you wish to join me on your own journey of self-discovery please do leave me comments in what I plan to make a daily sharing for the next 40 days.

 

Please feel free to share this post if you think it will help others.”

Self-care for 40 days and beyond