Join Helen Bailey and Jane Cockerell for an evening conversation to explore the role of fear in our lives, how it hinders us and consider how it could, in fact, be helping us.
According to Michael Neill (www.michaelneill.org/)
"Whenever you feel fear (or despair, or hopelessness, or righteous anger, or any one of a host of variations on the theme), it’s the design of the system letting you know where (your) train of thought is heading. It’s telling you to be still – to hop off that train and wait for a new stream of thinking to come along. It’s not telling you anything about the world or even about your capability – it’s simply telling you there’s nothing good waiting for you at the end of this particular train of thought. The discomfort of fear is there to warn you of the larger discomfort (and risk of doing yourself some damage) if you carry on thinking the way you’re thinking."
By the end of the session, we anticipate that you will have a fresh new perspective on fear and a simple, pragmatic approach to freeing yourself from its impact on your life, your confidence and wellbeing.
This will be an intimate group where Helen and Jane will share a new way for you to view your life and experience, through an informal and relaxed conversation.