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Psychosomatic Therapy Course (Oct. 2016)

Empower Your Life!

A 10-day course for you to learn the incredible Psychosomatic Therapy!

This is a profoundly transformative modality that you can use for your own wellbeing and, if you choose, in professional practice.

View the full course information or come along to the next Presentation Session.

Level 1 Dates: 31st October – 4th November & 7th November (6 days)
Level 2 Dates: 8th – 11th November (4 days)
Duration:
 The full course will run over two weeks, Monday-Friday each week, with the weekend off in between.
Times: 9:00am – 5:00pm each day
Course Fee: Just $3750 for this invaluable life-changing experience!
Payment: Upfront or payment plan available.

Ready to enrol? Click here!

Reviewing students can register here.

If you have any questions about this training, please call me on
0419 739 312 or email me.
I’ll be more than happy to discuss the unique benefits this course will bring you as an individual.

5 Ways to Embody the Conscious Masculine

The Conscious Masculine is an archetype to be used as a reference point – not an ideal to be lived up to.

Recently, I was asked what suggestions I have for men wanting to better themselves. I was inspired to come up with the following five tips as an introduction to the concept of the “Conscious Masculine”.  Continue reading

Certificate in Psychosomatic Therapy (Sep.2015)

Empower Your Life!

A 10-day course for you to learn Psychosomatic Therapy.

This is a profoundly transformative modality that you can use for your own wellbeing and, if you choose, in professional practice.

View the full course information here.

Dates: 14-18th & 21-25th September, 2015
(The course will run over two weeks, Monday-Friday each week, with the weekend off in between.)
Times: 8:30am – 5:00pm each day
Venue: Soul Space Brisbane, 23 Parker St, Newmarket (view map)
Course Fee: $3750 (payment plan available)

If you have any questions about this training, please call me on
0419 739 312 or email me. I’ll be more than happy to meet with you to discuss how this course will benefit you specifically.

Do It With Joy, or Not At All

Ever find yourself performing a menial task, and wishing you weren’t? You know, you’re doing it, but really you just want to get it done so you can move on to the next thing. You’re just doing it because you “have to”. Or you’re wishing someone else would do it. Or your mind wanders to other things in your life… where you’d rather be… what you’d rather be doing… Continue reading

Life is Precious

Last night I went to visit a friend of my family who is seriously ill and facing an uncertain future. My mum had called me a couple of weeks ago to say he’d be in the area, visiting his friends for what might be the last time. So I drove an hour and a half into the Sunshine Coast hinterland to where he’s staying.

This is a man who’s known me since I was a small child. I remember many fun times and laughs in those years, and a lot of times when he looked after me and my sister. Of course I have a busy schedule and other commitments, but how could I pass up the chance to see him? Well, the visit was great and once again there were good times.

What I came away from that with, was a profound sense that life is so precious. I don’t know about you, but I go about my daily life as if I’m going to live forever. Clearly, this is highly unlikely. But I get involved with what’s going on in my little sphere, and I get concerned about this or that, I dream about the future and make my plans. All the while, there are people all over the world living very different experiences to mine.

Life is precious. We only really have today. We all know that, but for many of us it’s only at times like this that we realise it. So call someone you love. Call someone just because they’re in your life. Smile at a baby. Smile at a stranger – they’re human, just like you or me. Visit someone who’s sick or dying. Attend a funeral. Or a wedding. Throw a party. Say you’re sorry. Show someone you love them. Connect, and share. And however you spend today, remember at least once, to breathe, slowly and deeply.

Namaste everyone.

 

Photo by Jan Jelinek.

Photo by Jan Jelinek.