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What is Life trying to tell me? | Life Talk for Feb 2018 MTLW

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Life Talk - Wednesday 21 Feb - REGISTRATION CLOSED JUST TURN UP
At the Columbia Hotel 95 - 99 Lancaster Gate W2 (Lancaster Gate tube).
1 day before event starts Free  
Completion Evening Tue 27 Feb for the MTL Weekend (7-10pm)
At the Columbia Hotel 95 - 99 Lancaster Gate W2 (Lancaster Gate tube).
1 hour before event starts Free  

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The More To Life Weekend 

Life Talk | What is Life trying to tell me? | February 2018

 


Our trainers and presenters: Sophie Sabbage & John Coats

We’ve all pondered the question, “What is Life trying to tell me?” Usually, for lack of a clear path toward an answer, such moments are passed over. Take the question deeper, however, and you’ll likely encounter more questions: "If Life is trying to tell me something, what language is it speaking? And how do I discern what it is saying?” We suggest that Life is speaking to us in every moment, and once the self-created barriers are put aside, its language can be made clear and discernable.

Join Sophie Sabbage, John Coats for an interactive evening of discovery about these very questions.

Sophie, has been a Senior Trainer since 2000 and has been involved with More To Life since 1991. She has served on the International Board and held various leadership positions. She co-founded Interaction with Dr. K. Bradford Brown, who created the More To Life material, and spent twenty years taking it into leading organisations around the world. In October 2014, she was diagnosed with incurable cancer and has since been bringing this work to the cancer world by helping patients navigate the fear and grief that comes with a diagnosis as well as by empowering them to direct their treatment. Her bestselling book, The Cancer Whisperer, has placed her on a global stage in this arena as a keynote speaker and a voice for patients in the media. 

Sophie says:    

"I have dipped my toes in dozens of methodologies in the “personal growth” and “spiritual” arenas, but have come across none more effective than the work of More To Life. I love it because it is not just about the “personal”. It is about “mastery of self in service” and being our best in creative response to the curve balls life throws at us. Because of this, I was able to receive a death sentence as a life sentence, to see cancer as a teacher not an enemy, to turn a terrifying experience into a transformational one (whatever the final outcome) and to make a difference to thousands of other patients in unforeseen ways. Even while living with a very challenging illness, I am able to be an agent of change and contribute to creating an inheritable world. This is what we are about." 

Sophie is happily married, and blessed to be the mother of our turbo-charged 8 year old daughter. They live together in Kent. 

John was a trainer with More To Life from its inception in 1981 until 1995. During those years he led hundreds of More To Life basic and advanced courses, more than sixty of those in London, Cambridge and South Africa. As a management consultant, John, using the More To Life principles and methodologies, worked with clients in the areas of team building, issue identification and problem solving, and the creation of more workable company cultures. He returned to More To Life in 2016 in order to support the expansion of the organisation. John is a published author, and is a regular contributor and editor for Consequence Magazine. He is married and lives in Houston, Texas.

John says, “During my time with More To Life, I worked with more than twenty thousand people from all walks of life—corporate executives, blue collar men and women, Wyoming cowboys, physicians, housewives and househusbands, ex-soldiers suffering from PTSD, street people, Federal prisoners, and British Lords and Ladies. What I discovered, and what they discovered about one another, was that their ‘issues’ were remarkably similar, and that the path back to self was, for each of them, the same path.

Weds 21 Feb, arrive 7pm to register and connect with other participants. 7.30pm start - 10.30pm close. Venue: Columbia Hotel | 95-99 Lancaster Gate W2 3NS.

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MAIN EVENT

MTL Weekend: 23-25 Feb (click to register)

Venue: Holiday Inn | Kensington High Street, Wrights Lane W8 5SP.

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AFTER THE MAIN EVENT

Sophie and John will also lead the Completion Evening of the February More To Life (MTL) Weekend, on Tuesday 27 Feb (7-10pm). All are welcome to attend, including anyone that could not attend the Feb Weekend, but would like to hear 'more' about what they could gain from participating in it.

Venue: Columbia Hotel | 95-99 Lancaster Gate W2 3NS.

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For further details, please send an email to londoncentre@moretolife.org 

or call 020 7431 0922 to speak to Judi 


 

We’ve all pondered the question, “What is Life trying to tell me?” Usually, for lack of a clear path toward an answer, such moments are passed over. Take the question deeper, however, and you’ll likely encounter more questions: "If Life is trying to tell me something, what language is it speaking? And how do I discern what it is saying?” We suggest that Life is speaking to us in every moment, and once the self-created barriers are put aside, its language can be made clear and discernable.

 

Join Sophie Sabbage, John Coats for an interactive evening of discovery about these very questions.

 

 

 

Sophie, has been a Senior Trainer since 2000 and has been involved with More To Life since 1991. She has served on the International Board and held various leadership positions. She co-founded Interaction with Dr. K. Bradford Brown, who created the More To Life material, and spent twenty years taking it into leading organisations around the world. In October 2014, she was diagnosed with incurable cancer and has since been bringing this work to the cancer world by helping patients navigate the fear and grief that comes with a diagnosis as well as by empowering them to direct their treatment. Her bestselling book, The Cancer Whisperer, has placed her on a global stage in this arena as a keynote speaker and a voice for patients in the media. 

Sophie says:    

"I have dipped my toes in dozens of methodologies in the “personal growth” and “spiritual” arenas, but have come across none more effective than the work of More To Life. I love it because it is not just about the “personal”. It is about “mastery of self in service” and being our best in creative response to the curve balls life throws at us. Because of this, I was able to receive a death sentence as a life sentence, to see cancer as a teacher not an enemy, to turn a terrifying experience into a transformational one (whatever the final outcome) and to make a difference to thousands of other patients in unforeseen ways. Even while living with a very challenging illness, I am able to be an agent of change and contribute to creating an inheritable world. This is what we are about." 

Sophie is happily married, and blessed to be the mother of our turbo-charged 8 year old daughter. They live together in Kent. 

 

John was a trainer with More To Life from its inception in 1981 until 1995. During those years he led hundreds of More To Life basic and advanced courses, more than sixty of those in London, Cambridge and South Africa. As a management consultant, John, using the More To Life principles and methodologies, worked with clients in the areas of team building, issue identification and problem solving, and the creation of more workable company cultures. He returned to More To Life in 2016 in order to support the expansion of the organisation. John is a published author, and is a regular contributor and editor for Consequence Magazine. He is married and lives in Houston, Texas.

John says, “During my time with More To Life, I worked with more than twenty thousand people from all walks of life—corporate executives, blue collar men and women, Wyoming cowboys, physicians, housewives and househusbands, ex-soldiers suffering from PTSD, street people, Federal prisoners, and British Lords and Ladies. What I discovered, and what they discovered about one another, was that their ‘issues’ were remarkably similar, and that the path back to self was, for each of them, the same path.

 

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Whether we realise it or not, each of us is part of a social network without limits. We affect others in our families, our neighbourhoods, and our workplace. Many of us have roles that constantly put us in touch with others. And the impact we have on them affects the way they influence the people in their own lives.

The More To Life Programme exists to help you access your best personal qualities on a daily basis: to be more authentic, caring and real, to share and express yourself more fully, and partner more creatively. Above all, it helps you respond to the challenges that confront you in a way that really makes a difference, instead of repeating the automatic behaviour you have come up with so many times in the past.

Its goal is to contribute to the transformation of the world around us, one person at a time, and its process tools are designed to be used by you, in your own life, in any way you want to apply them. Process tools cannot change the world. But people, living their lives at their creative best, can and do.

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