This 2-day workshop consists of a process that is gentle yet can very profound for all participants. Throughout the 2 days we will cover the nine points of philosophy Louise Hay has used in her training. Louise Hay is known as a founder of the self-help movement and a global leader in the healing field. She is a well-known author who began the influential publishing company Hay House in her sixties, and has been credited with launching some of the best known self-help leaders today. Louise remained active in the work of her publishing house and charitable foundation until her death at the age of 90 in 2017.
Creating a world that is filled with wealth in every area of our lives is a wonderful idea, but how can it be done?
In this workshop we will learn how to work with the “Power of Deliberate Creation,” through understanding the “Law of Attraction.” The “Power of Deliberate Creation” will show you how to create a winning mindset, let go of the past, and create changes that you want (with ease), so individuals are more consistently moving in a positive direction.
Create new and empowering beliefs, discover what you want, find your path, and attract and recognize the right opportunities. Sometimes old beliefs need to be challenged in order to create a new and more wonderful life.
The objective of this workshop is to offer a clear understanding of how to be a conscious creator. And the goal is to have participants begin to apply these tools, making them deliberate creators of their world, rather than creating by default. This workshop offers understanding of how to be more empowered and accountable for what we, as individuals, create in our world. The workshop is filled with strong, fun teachings that shift life into a much more consistently positive place.
Residential School has had a devastating impact on almost every aspect of First Nations lives and communities. It is all part of the current traumas we deal with in community today. We will explore how this impact relates to trauma, grief and shame in community, while deepening the understanding and knowledge of the devastating legacy of traumatic actions forced on Aboriginal people in residential schools/day schools over the past three hundred years. An overview of multi-generational trauma will be provided to further understand the effects of residential school on families and community. Experiential exercises and discussions on healing will be used in this workshop.
Many of us have postponed our life by making excuses. We tell others our story about how we can’t make the changes we want to make. We repeat these stories often, which allows us to put off taking charge of our life.
Fear plays a big factor in supporting our excuses. When we let go of these excuses, we make room for transformation.
For some, like is managed through their excuses. It can be hard to admit we use excuses to justify our fears.
This workshop is directed at staff with the purpose of exploring specific topics that impact them, and begins team building though understanding self more deeply. Being responsible and accountable for our actions, thoughts and words can bring about such incredible positive change. People who are in service work often don’t feel appreciated, heard or understood. This can be very stressful. This workshop will offer a stronger understanding of how to apply tools that will assist individuals to enrich the services they offer, live at home more peacefully and work together as a team with mutual respect and joy. Our goal is for individuals to begin responding to each other in more loving and positive ways, communicate more compassionately and to be more aware of what is really happening in the moment.
Experiential exercises will be used throughout the workshop to keep the energy moving and interesting. Creating a fun and interactive environment for learning will be priority.