Attention Brisbane women:
Have you been wanting to develop more authentic and genuine relationships with other women?
Have you found yourself sick of the superficial small talk and wanting to connect instead on more meaningful topics with like-minded women?
Beginning Jan 2018 I will be facilitating a group especially for women who are interested in developing more self-awareness & connection with themselves and other women through a therapeutic process in a safe and supportive environment.
How can I describe what this group is about? "In each and every exchange with another human being, we have the opportunity to rock their world, knock their socks off and change their existence forever. But so often, we miss this precious opportunity because we get caught in the fear of our own judgement and our fear of having to be vulnerable with another human being, maybe even one we hardly know or have just encountered for the first time.
And so we play it safe. Sticking to questions and comments that are easy and unimportant, classic and polite. But no-one is winning in this situation. We’re all just staying trapped in our pretty little boxed in, self-made realities. B-O-R-I-N-G!
I know deeply in my heart, that we, as human beings in this day and age, are all longing for true, real, deep connection. It might terrify us as much as it excites us, but terrified or not, we all still want it.
And so, how can we cultivate this sense of connection in our everyday lives? We can make the commitment to ourselves, and to each other, to try our very best to break down the walls of separation by allowing ourselves to be open to new and unknown experiences in our daily interactions with each other.
We can explore new ideas and ask questions that we’ve never asked before. Yes, sometimes we might get a confused look from the other person, and sometimes we offend someone by inquiring too intimately into their lives. But then other times, we will be blessed with information that might actually change our lives in a beautiful way. We all have so much to share with one another, but most of the time we keep it tucked neatly away." - Morgan Leigh Callison
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