Registration and Information
Do you often feel:
That the inner critic is the master of your life?
That you need to fix, resist, and change yourself in order to “be a better person?”
That the voice of fear and limitation colors your experience?
Many of us struggle with self-doubt and feeling like we’re not enough, which can lead to self-hate and isolation. When we realize that the stories we’ve been believing about ourselves are a result of a lifetime of family and cultural conditioning, and we’re able to recognize that we don’t have to believe the inner critic’s voice as “truth,” new possibilities arise.
Joy. Ease. Connection.
These are our natural states of being. When the inner critic reigns, however, it becomes difficult to feel, or even remember, that you are enough. That you are worthy to be loved. That you don’t need to be fixed.
In this one-day workshop, you’ll learn how to recognize the voice of negative self-talk—and how that voice creates suffering. You’ll also learn how to move away from identification with the inner critic and experience living from a place of compassion and unconditional love—for yourself—and others.
This retreat includes: meditation, journaling, guided imagery, relational mindfulness practices, and group discussion with Latifa and Caverly.
There will be a one-hour lunch break in the middle of the day.