A three-day workshop with Jules Morgaine, Certified Hakomi Trainer
PERTH: Fri 1 Dec—Sun 3 Dec 2017
“The new brain science of memory reconsolidation centres on the surprising discovery of the brain’s ability to delete a specific, unwanted emotional learning, including core, non-conscious beliefs and schemas, at the level of the physical, neural synapses that encode it in emotional memory.” Ecker
Hakomi founder Ron Kurtz called the child the mapmaker. The beliefs about self, other and the world, adopted long ago when we were little and vulnerable, continue to influence us as adults, not always in ways that work for us now.
Through the use of mindfulness, curiosity, playfulness, gentleness and compassion, the Hakomi method of psychotherapy allows us to reach and be with the child consciousness that still lives in the bodymind. In the open space created, within the Hakomi principles of nonviolence and organicity, the decisions and impressions we made as a child can be re-examined and a new story created that better suits who we truly are. Feelings and impulses that were not possible then can be released. We can bring a child aspect that is frozen in an old time and place home to meet the adult that we have become, or want to become.
This three-day workshop will offer an opportunity to experience the Hakomi method of psychotherapy. It is an experiential workshop in which we will be using mindfulness-based practice and techniques of Hakomi to work with core organising beliefs held within child states of consciousness. It will be suitable for both those working therapeutically with others and those wishing to deepen their own self understanding. It also meets pre-requisites for undertaking Hakomi professional training.
Date and Time:
Friday 1 December, 10.00 am — 6:00 pm
Saturday 2 December, 9.30 pm — 5:30 pm
Sunday 3 December, 9.30 am — 3.30 pm
Early Bird before November 1st $495.00 ( incl GST)
Full Fee thereafter $550.00 (incl GST)
No cancellations or refunds after November 15th
Function Room 3, Murray House
Heathcote Cultural Precinct
58/60 Duncraig Rd, Applecross WA 6153
For more information, please contact Jonathan Kester
by email or mobile: 0435 110 660