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What are emotions? Are they different than feelings? How can we use emotions to help us evolve, love, heal and grow?
Did you know that our mindset affects our emotions? In this workshop, we will look at the neuromechanics of what is really occurring beneath the surface of our emotions - the primal architecture, sequences and systems that lead us to feel how we feel. We will also look at how our mindset and level of consciousness can help us stay more regulated, steady and present within our life.
Feelings and emotions are signals for what we desire or need to release. Enjoying and being present to our feelings and emotions does not mean we have to be controlled by them. We can learn to feel and embody what it means to be human - including loss, grief, elation and love, while staying anchored in a state of centeredness. This allows us to examine and explore our feelings without getting completely hypnotized by them. This workshop will look at processes involved in emotions and also give strategies for how we can use growth mindset as a pillar for self-mastery in the midst of our feelings.
The notes and handouts will give you an extensive list of resources and research to explore as well.
If you are interested in learning more about this and having a chance to ask me about specific examples in your own life, I highly recommend you join.
Special thanks to Integrated Human Performance Coaching Team, Coach Kristin Horstman, AUSTAT and the team in Australia for bringing their engagement and insights to each of these sessions
Also a HUGE THANK YOU to Gina D’Andrea-Penna for creating incredible notes for people to refer to after the session
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“Anyone interested in self-development or gaining a profound insight into human behaviour should be undertaking this line of study with Stefanie. Stefanie brings a depth of research and personal knowledge into her work.”