Yoga for the Mind

Yoga for the mind

Experience a different kind of yoga – a yoga for the mind and Self-Inquiry.
A practice that invites awareness, understanding, and flexibility to your thinking.

This is an investment into your emotional intelligence and well-being.
Instead of self help – this is self HEALTH.

Investment

Investment: $120.00 for four weeks
$60 deposit to hold your spot. Remainder due by Sep 31st.
There are 6 spots available.

Details

When:
Four Thursdays
October 11 – November 1
7:30pm – 9:30pm

Investment: $120.00
$60 deposit to hold your spot. Remainder due by Sep 31st.

Location: The Professional Business Connection Centre in Spruce Grove (across from the Safeway)

• What to bring
Please bring an open mind, notebook and a pen.

Payment Options
Deposit $60.00 CAD
Remainder after Deposit $60.00 CAD
Full Amount $120.00 CAD

Description

Self-inquiry is used to question and shift stressful belief systems.

Why is this called Yoga for the Mind? When developed as a regular practice, yoga can have a profound effect on your body, mind, and soul. The same is true with Self-Inquiry. The power is found in the regular sustained practice.

We will not be doing physical yoga. This is a mindful, awareness practice that assists you in getting to know yourself in a way you least expected. And understanding why you do what you do.

What will you experience?

This will be a small group of up to 6 people.  Each week, you will be introduced to another facet of self-inquiry.

In this four week series you will learn:
– how to identify and meet obstacles to joy with understanding
– an increase in self knowledge
– a development of emotional and body sensation awareness
– an awakening to your true nature
– self compassion and kindness
– how to forgive yourself
– the release of guilt and shame

Tools to be learned:
– self inquiry methods such as The Work of Byron Katie
– identification of stressful thoughts and beliefs
– implementation of insights into your life

Self-Inquiry is a profoundly effective yet simple tool that the mind can use to end its own needless stress and suffering.

New and experienced inquirers welcome.
Please bring an open mind, notebook and a pen.

Benefits

People who do Self-Inquiry as an ongoing practice commonly report:
– Alleviation of depression: Find resolution, even happiness, in situations that were once debilitating.
– Decreased stress: Live with less anxiety or fear.
– Improved relationships: Experience deeper connection and intimacy with your partner, your parents, your children, your friends, and yourself.
– Reduced anger: Understand what makes you angry and resentful and become reactive less often, with less intensity.
– Increased mental clarity: Live and work more intelligently and effectively, with integrity.
– More energy: Experience a new sense of ongoing vigor and well-being.
– More peace: Discover how to become “a lover of what is.”

Reviews

Debbie is a great facilitator who will help you see further into yourself allowing more freedom and happiness. Although looking within to such a deep level isn’t easy, it is worth it. Definitely life changing.
Dawn Bloxam

Debbie is a brilliant and beautiful soul and is very knowledgeable and gentle with this process. I am so grateful for Debbie and the breakthroughs The Work has given me.
Jeri Tourand

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