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The Art of Connection
June 15 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm$50 – $60
The art of building fulfilling and harmonious connections
- Are you ready to experience more fulfilling relationships, with yourself and others?
- Are you ready and open for deep desirable, loving, blissful and intimate connection with yourself and with others?
- Are you single and would like to attract someone who really meets you?
- Are you in a relationship that’s already going well OR are you in a relationship that needs some work?
This workshop will help you transform old, damaging communication patterns. You will learn how to identify triggers, how to discover what your underlying needs are and how to communicate these in a non-confrontational way to another. This workshop will completely transform how you relate to other, and will bring you a whole new level of awareness to your life.
Deep inside us all, we want meaningful connection with ourselves and with others. We all want to feel loved and accepted, and have a sense of belonging. We all have unconscious patterns, fears, beliefs, behaviours and assumptions that can deeply impact our lives, often in very unhelpful ways. These patterns can be triggered in relationships, and find ourselves yet again repeating unconscious patterns, reacting to people with frustration, anger, withdrawing and shutting down.
Listening to our emotions is the first step in recognising these patterns – rather than letting them run our lives. It is the difference between having emotion and them having us. Emotion gives us information, alerting us towards our underlying needs, like safety, connection, autonomy and respect. When our needs are unmet we feel unpleasant. emotions and when out needs are being met, we start to feel more pleasant emotions.
Sadly, our modern society generally encourages us to ignore or repress our emotions. We overvalue rational thinking by living in a head centric world, developing fear and resistance toward our emotions. We instead, numb and distract ourselves, or react to what we are feeling, rather than listening to the information they give us.
What you will learn:
In this workshop we will give you practical tools to listen to your emotions and recognise your unmet needs, particularly when you have conflict with others. As you learn to do this, you will be able to get your needs met much better and will experience greater intimacy, ease and love in your relationships.
This workshop is for you if you:
- Want to engage in a fulfilling relationship with your partner, family, friends and colleagues.
- Don’t feel heard and understood by others.
- Have been hurt by a past relationship and want to heal the wounds.
- Want to find a meaningful relationship.
- Feel disconnected from yourself and/or others.
- Experience conflict in your relationships, that never seem to fully resolve.
- Experience continuing cycles and patterns in relationships and can’t see why.
Small, intricate and safe environment to learn and discover. I went with my partner and we really enjoyed it and have taken a lot away.
Thank you so much! Jacinta
Frequently Asked Questions:
Do I need to be in a romantic relationship to benefit from it this workshop?
Absolutely not! Good relationships start by having more intimacy and love with ourselves. Marriage begins with the marriage we have within us. Only then can we relate in authentic, loving ways with others. This workshop will definitely help you in your relationships with others, but is also perfect for singles, couples, and people of all relationship structures and orientations. This workshop is open to everyone, including gay and non-binary people from all walks of life as well.
What shall I bring?
Your partner a friend or just your beautiful self, and a willingness to open and grow. You will also might want to bring a notebook and comfortable cushion and wear comfortable clothing.
Can I bring my partner?
Yes you can! It’s beautiful to experience this workshop with your partner, you will have tools to connect deeper and you will connect even deeper and grow together. What if my partner doesn’t want to come along?You can come by your self. Good relationships start by having more intimacy and love with ourselves. You will be given tools to connect deeper with your being and learn way to communicate and connect with others.
Why do we need to tune into our emotions?
Emotions are signals that gives us information about our needs. It’s important to feel and being connected with them. Listening to our emotions is the first step in recognising unconscious patterns – rather than letting them run our lives.