17 Feb Letting Go of Shame
Letting Go of Shame
Reclaiming Our Sense of Value and Self-Worth
Sunday, March 14
9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. MT (Colorado Time), 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m CET (Italy Time)
with Mushkan and Niten
Everyone has experienced shame. The belief that we are fundamentally flawed and unworthy of love is one of the most painful emotions we can have. It develops in relationship to care givers, people that are significant to us, and society at large. Shame often arises as an intense experience of shutting down, feeling unworthy, or through that familiar voice of the inner critic telling us we are wrong.
Out of our experiences of shame we lose touch with our value. Shame prevents us from fully participating in life. It keeps us small. It impacts the body, patterns of emotions, thoughts, beliefs and relationships.
In this webinar, we will look at how shame lives in the body, in our sense of self and sense of value. We will uncover how we learned to find value from outside of ourselves in order to feel love, connection and self worth.
Through experiential exercises and inquiry you will learn tools to use to counteract the experience of shame and all that comes with it. It is vital to reconnect to our authentic value, as this allows us to experience a deeper quality of love for ourselves, to heal shame, and to open the door to a more loving connection with others and to life.
We can never change the past but we can consciously choose to free ourselves as adults.
Our on-line courses have been designed as unique, one-time offerings from our Leaders, and recordings of modules will not be available. Thank you for understanding, and enjoy the course!
Mushkan holds a Masters Degree in Clinical Mental Health, and is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in private practice in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She is trained in Humanistic Psychology, Gestalt, Primal and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, a body centered approach for the treatment of trauma, developmental and attachment injury.
Mushkan has been involved in the human potential movement since 1998 and has been working with Path Retreats since 2007, both in Europe and in the USA.
Authenticity, clarity, compassion and an unwavering commitment to knowing oneself are fundamental elements in her work and personal journey. She loves supporting others to pursue their potential for personal transformation and growth, and to release themselves from the conditioning, strategies and past hurts that limit their freedom and joy of living.
Neil Ferguson, “Niten” is a Registered Therapeutic Counselor (RTC) and Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP – Somatic Experiencing Trauma Institute). His private practice includes working with trauma, including early developmental (pre-verbal periods), much of which focuses on the early attachment with our parents or primary care taker and how impactful the adaptations necessary to survive the early environment effect our adult lives.
He shares his passion of personal growth through facilitating groups and working privately with clients. His practice integrates Counseling, Trauma Healing (Somatic Experiencing) and Hakomi (a body centered system of psychotherapy). Niten is also a student of The Ridhwan School – Diamond Approach and he takes part in facilitating a weekly men’s group.