Training our inner self is like forging lead – Loy Ching-Yuen – The Book of the Heart
Facilitated by – Rosie Burrows
Supported by Robbie Breadon
Saturday 23rd May 2020
10.00 for 10.30am – 4.30pm
In a time of climate and justice crisis/breakdown, who do we choose to be?
Exploring our deepest intentions or hearts desires and life contexts, we can design conditions for moving with individual and collective loss/trauma, and anchoring in our creative resources.
This workshop includes:
- Celebration of strengths and connection and negotiation with our vulnerable, wild edges, if we choose;
- Live consultations and nature practices;
- Exploring a regenerative economic model map, alongside psychological and physiological map with activities for body well being / holding steady / integrity;
- What, if anything gets in the way of our hearts desire/our gift to bring as a leader?;
- How are we building effective holistic support for times like these?
Robbie Breadon – Eco-therapist and Director of Common Ground will guide Nature Practices that are supportive of Rosie’s workshop content.
Rosie Burrows, PhD, BACP, is a senior accredited supervisor, psychotherapist, trainer, and community/organisational/societal practitioner. She is an award winning researcher on transgenerational trauma in the north/N.Ireland, and has worked locally and internationally.She is passionate on the common and unique ways each of us can contribute to social and personal evolution at this time. Rosie is a member of Women Aloud NI, Sing for Earth, Regeneration and Wellbeing Group, a Gestalt Women’s Writing Group and international networks and organisations. firstname.lastname@example.org www.rosieburrows.com