Harnessing your creative talents and resources.
We can each awaken our minds and our senses (using these tried and tested methods) to become our whole, creative self of many possibilities with a capacity for flexible imagination, action and re-creation. Every human being has creative talents, life-purpose and dreams: when they are fully expressing these talents, they bring happiness and fulfilment to themselves and whomever they come in contact with.
Hypnotherapy has been used for healing for hundreds of years. It dates back to the sleep temples in Egypt. Trance is a natural state of mind that occurs every day, it is completely safe and has no negative side effects. You can become mindful of how to access trance states more consciously so that you can empower, align and learn new behaviours that will give you outcomes in your life that you want.
– Milton Erickson
Hypnotherapy is a freeway of access to your genius, to your unconscious mind. Hypnotherapy is a relaxed state where the reasoning mind is bypassed, allowing imagination of your desired goal to happen easily.
NLP is the study of the structure of success with a focus on successful behaviour . NLP looks at how our thoughts and nervous systems are shaped by and mirrored in our language patterns. NLP is concerned with the influence that language has on our nervous systems.
Your own breath is a means of healing. Breathing holds the power to deepen your ability to “Know Thyself” in a deep and meaningful way. Breath work enables you to feel bliss and say goodbye to any stress or tension. The physical body becomes more pleasurable to be in.
Courses in NLP Transforming Communication, Breathwork and Theatre Games . Theatre of the Oppressed (Forum theatre, Rainbow of Desire, Cops in the Head, Corporations in the head, Legislative theatre, Invisible Theatre) To Act – double meaning, spect-actor in theatre and social action in your own life.
“The great decisions of human life have as a rule far more to do with
the instincts and other mysterious unconscious factors than with
conscious will and well-meaning reasonableness”
C. G. Jung, Psychoanalyst