January 30 & 31, 2016
Our life struggles include our illnesses and all of our aches and pains. In our culture, the most common view is that we “get” a disease or illness, as if it happened to us as some sort of accidental, bad luck. We tend to say “I got arthritis” or “I got tinnitus,” or “I’ve developed a pain in my neck.” This idea feeds the belief that we have no control and are a victim of whatever pain or illness happens to strike. The opposite extreme purports that we have created our own health problems, so we should be able, if we were aligned enough, to “un-create them.” This latter concept can lead to self-blame and guilt. These feelings can be counterproductive, creating even more stress.
In truth, we are not to blame for the symptoms and illnesses we develop, nor are the symptoms accidental.
In this workshop we will:
- Explore abusive childhood bonding and its impact on DNA and the development of tension, pain and illness
- Learn how to work with clients to positively impact their physical symptoms