The body is in control

07411 450 950 07411 450 950
7th July 2022, 7.00pm - 9.00pm
Open to all
Free
Online

An experiential webinar (which, for confidentiality reasons, will not be recorded).

We are not logical, rational, or mental beings but emotional ones. Within the session, you will be offered many metaphors and examples to help demonstrate that our unconscious body (although there is now supporting evidence that even an individual cell has a consciousness), all 37+ trillions cells carry a memory and message, and all cells are influenced by their field conditions. Predominately from trauma in emotional terms and from our history (within this life of ancestral history - the sins of our fathers). 

Trauma is held in the body, which needs to be owned and acknowledged to bring about change. But we don't need to visit the actual trauma. You will learn how within this session. 

This will link to my take on the gestalt term of "top dog/under dog". The top being the cognitive (rules and laws to avoid judgements, criticism and diagnosis from others) and the underdog being the part that goes against one's nature and true desire which develops within our formative years (and thus are surpassed, denied and hidden), for whatever reason.

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Hosted by Stefan Charidge

I have been in full-time private practice for over 20 years and delivered trainings on various topics including Anger Management, Gestalt, Architypes and Psychodrama. I am an accredited psychotherapist, counselling supervisor. Do follow for updates via:https:https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/stefan-charidge-aka-the-metaphor-man-34834767333

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Hosted by Stefan Charidge

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