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The Wholeness Work: A Beginning

“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

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 Classintroducing The Wholeness Workfor the International NLP Conferencein 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.

Do you ever experience unconscious self-sabotage?

You have all the wisdom you need deep inside, stop and listen.

In an earlier blog I told you I had started a 40 day self-care challenge for myself. The challenge was to cut out sugary foods such as chocolate, biscuits and cake. I also cut out alcohol.

 

My motivation was for general health benefits including weight loss and reducing inflammation.

 

On the surface I have been successful in this challenge. I have found it easy to avoid the foods I chose to cut out. However I noticed something strange. I have gained about four pounds in weight.

 

At first this didn’t make sense. Then I reflected on how my eating habits have changed over the last few weeks.

 

I have cut out the specific sources of sugar but then quite unconsciously I have increased my carbohydrate intake. You probably already know that in the body carbohydrates are broken down into sugar.

 

How had this happened?

 

I have a theory, based on my training and experience. I believe that food issues are rarely just about food. In some way sugar has a place in my psychological and emotional strategies. This form of unconscious sabotage needs to be viewed as useful data. It provides us with information that will ultimately help us.

 

My suspicion is that this is rooted in some personal work that I have already cleared and that this experience is an indicator that there is some more to do. I am also aware of some stress in my life right now that may also be having an impact.

 

I have decided to use some specific tools that I find really useful as a way of exploring and clearing what this change in eating has triggered.

 

I am going to use two techniques developed by Connirae Andreas, the Core Transformation Process and Wholeness Work. I’ll let you know how I get on later in this series.

 

For me listening to your body in this way is another way of practicing self-care. Listen to your body, listen to your responses and notice what you learn.

 

Do let me know what discoveries you make about yourself as you deepen your self-care practice.