Overcoming Addictive Thinking and Behavior: A Path to Inner Freedom
January 7, 2018 @ 8:00 am - January 12, 2018 @ 5:00 pm| Varies
Do you find yourself cycling in the same thoughts or behaviors?
Is it dulling your creativity, relationships, capacity to see forward?
Step into 2018 with new freedom by learning a simple technique that will become part of your daily make up, and you will begin to stop these repetitive cycles by proving yourself the internal support to shift.
Fixed ideas and habituated behavior patterns can be great obstacles to individual, social, and environmental transformation. They can block our quest for self-determination, self-expression, and self-empowerment. When we restrict our life experience by staying in unhealthy thought and choice patterns, not only our lifestyle but also our health may be at risk. Some chronic illnesses may be influenced by long-term habituation to unhealthy life patterns, and many kinds of addictions are a direct consequence of chronic wanting and the desperate search for gratification.
This workshop utilizes a variety of cognitive, experiential, artistic, dramatic-expressive, and participatory activities to uncover the full power of human experience, and access the subconscious psyche through the vitality of the body on one side, and the eye of the spirit on the other. Through this process you can meet your “habitual characters” and discover creative new resources that can transform old patterns into new potential.
Raoul Goldberg will present his approach to Participatory Health and Healing through the PATH Method by showing how you can find out where you are at all times. “When we know who we become and in what character position we are, we can shift this position and create the character of our own choice for maximizing our life potential,” says Raoul.