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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

 

 

 

 

Do you live with an active inner critic?

Does it hold you back and prevent you from enjoying life fully or maybe stop you trying new things?

Transforming your inner Critic using NLP

A couple of weeks ago I first wrote about your inner critic and how it can sometimes undermine  your self-care. This week I am going to share with you some tips that will enable you to make some changes that will really help you transform that voice.

When we hear that inner critic speak

So, firstly a re-cap, your inner critic is a part of you that is trying to help you. It’s job is likely about wanting to keep you safe or help you avoid something such as embarrassment or rejection. It has a positive intention and this intention may be out of date.

The suggestions I am about to make will reduce the power of the voice or change it in a way that makes it easier to feel okay about.

You may still need to do some more formal inner work if the inner critic is connected to unresolved issues. If this is the case the changes I am about to suggest may only last for a short time or not at all.

When you clear the underlying issue the inner critic will either naturally transform or will be open to the changes below.

Here are the tips.

  1. Thank your inner critic for it’s input, help and advice.
  2. Listen to the words and evaluate, is there genuinely something to pay attention to here or are the words just a sign of anxiety.
  3. Experiment with changing your inner critic’s tone. It is your brain, your inner voice so this is easy to do. See what happens if you change the voice into something you can no longer take seriously. For example make it sound like Micky Mouse or Scooby Do. Alternatively soften the tone, make it sound like a kindly advisor delivering the advice in a soft, non-judgemental way.
  4. Notice the location of your inner critic, what happens if you switch the location? Sometimes this on its own makes a big difference. For example, if your inner critic sounds like it is on the right, near the back of your head move it to the left and further forward. Sometimes you may need to do this change before step 3.

These small tips have made a difference to many of my clients however if you try them and they do not work for you I suggest you seek out an experienced NLP Practitioner who can help you using one of the following techniques, parts work, six step reframe, re-imprint, Core Transformation or the Wholeness Process.

Where possible choose someone who was recommended to you by someone you know and trust. You can also check to see if the person is a member of ANLP our NLP Professional body and also ask what level of training they have.

Please be aware that NLP Training does vary with some people attending very short courses. Be wary of working with anyone who has only had online training.

More next week, have a lovely day.