making meaning from loss
Have you suffered a big loss and are not quite sure how to move forward? Do you feel like it’s this anchor that keeps you stuck and confused? Good news – help is on the way.
We all need guidance in areas of our life that are unfamiliar, and for many of us, loss is a huge shock. It’s a challenging time, no doubt. But suffering is also your greatest teacher. From the loss of someone close to you, a relationship breakdown, career crisis or financial woes – there are opportunities to look at the deeper meaning of what you’ve been through and how it can serve you, even unlocking your purpose in some cases. There will always be invitations to learn and use what you’ve been through as a catalyst for self-inquiry and personal growth.
This workshop will be an opportunity to explore a more intimate connection with yourself, as we explore opportunities for you to reconnect with what’s real in your life after loss. In that sense, how you deal with loss becomes a skill that can teach you how to live a better life and make meaning from what you’ve been through.
Join Marshall Dunn, author of 'Letters to Mitch - The Healing Power of Grief, Love and Truth' as he shares his story of making meaning after the suicide loss of his elder brother, and how you too can explore opportunities to reconnect with what’s real in your life after loss.
Personally signed copies of 'Letters to Mitch - The Healing Power of Grief, Love and Truth' will be available for sale on the night for $20 (cash only).
What you will learn
- Understanding vulnerability and how it can lead to new revelations about yourself
- Learning that pain can be the greatest gift to grow and heal
- Exploring how to handle self-doubt and investigate your authentic self
- Learning to embrace change and shift your perspective
- Deepen your self-awareness and become better friends with yourself
Marshall Dunn is a visionary coach/mentor, speaker and the author of 'Letters to Mitch – The Healing Power of Grief, Love and Truth'. He believes life’s greatest struggles are also our greatest gifts for self-inquiry, healing and change in our lives. The suicide loss of Marshall’s elder brother in 2002 became the catalyst for deep self-inquiry and personal awakening – an experience that would change his life forever and allow him to develop a unique blend of teachings to guide others to unlocking their greatest potential.
7:00pm – 9:00pm
Wednesday, 9th February 2017
33 Foster Street, Surry Hills