Connections workshop

  • How do you talk to your self when you are less than perfect?
  • How can we uncover painful and non-successful habits of communication?
  • How to create a non violent connection to ourselves and others?

I love to share tools and methods with you and offer a time to a guided practice

I will teach about

  • Observe without judging
  • Dissolving enemy images
  • Recognizing the need
  • Self care and natural giving

Inspired by my recent studies on non violent communication and my ongoing work of emotional healing I d like to share with you about what moves me currently in the hope that it may be enriching your lives.

What’s it about? Well, it’s about Emphatic listening – to the voices inside and outside. To find a way to create connections that make me feel like home, like really being present and connected.

It’s not easy, even so it’s a natural thing that we all know, but a long history of the win-lose society makes it really hard for us. It is even hard to recognize the violence that we use frequently with others and ourselves.

It’s my aim to share with you about the process of making conscious decisions, guided by the awareness of needs and the “de-masking” of our inner judges.

We will shed some light onto the auto pilots and explore the new choices, beyond the way of right and wrong.

Please confirm if you want to come by e-mail or phone/sms :

+351 918270302 or emotionalhealingportugal@gmail.com

The workshop is a free gift to the community, hence participation is free. However donations are welcome for those who like to and can support me with this project.

Published by Melanie

I love to create and hold safe spaces that allow us to explore the depth of our beings. I do this on the physical level at our homes in Portugal as well as in vibrational ways though being present with people during sessions online or in person. I am also an adventurous homey, that loves to live in and with nature, exploring and living alternatives ways of live, education, health and entertainment.

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