MINDFUL CONNECTIONS: HOW TO OPEN YOUR HEART
Shitty experiences in our past can make it tricky to open up when meeting new people. When we get hurt, we can often build up walls to protect us from feeling pain again. The Catch 22? When we crave connection, that armour remains – and it can be tough to break through.
So how do we let people in, while looking out for number one? In this intimate workshop you’ll learn how to be more compassionate to yourself and others, break down the emotional barriers that no longer serve you and cultivate more love in your life.
We’ll help you peel back the layers and learn more about yourself so you can feel more comfortable in your own skin, and alongside the ones you love.
THIS WORKSHOP IS PERFECT FOR
- Those looking to better understand themselves so that they can better connect with others
- Anyone seeking open and honest relationships; from partners to family
- Those looking to learn from past relationships
- Self-Love: Anyone who wants a better relationship with themselves
IN THIS WORKSHOP, YOU’LL LEARN…
- Why we build up these fortresses of emotional protection
- The role mindfulness and self-awareness play in our relationships
- Your barriers to connection
- How to be OK with vulnerability
- The importance of forgiving ourselves, others and letting shit go
- How to cultivate more love, joy and compassion in your life
Head Psychologist and Founder of The indigo project
Establishing The indigo project, a psychology and mindfulness practice, in 2012, Mary Hoang helps people manage their overactive modern minds. An in-demand speaker and media commentator, with appearances at Vivid Ideas, Sunrise and The Today Show, as well as working with companies such as Westpac, Mama Mia and KPMG, Mary’s expertise in utilising mindfulness to unlock creativity and achieve balance continues to gain popularity among people ready to take control of their lives.
11am – 1pm
Sat 19th August
33 Foster Street, Surry Hills