Beliefs, the Senses & Stress - All 3
This is an opportunity for anyone to partake in a group BodyTalk session with one of the BodyTalk System’s top instructors, Ben Manalo. Ben has been teaching BodyTalk Fundamentals, Access and Principles of Consciousness for many years now and he will be bringing his expertise in the subject of the five senses, belief systems and consciousness to this series of Group Sessions. This work is not a subject that BodyTalk Founder John Veltheim often addresses directly in his sessions, so we are looking very forward to Ben's perspective and skill in this area.
These three session will connect deeply to the work and techniques taught in the BodyTalk: Principles of Consciousness course. The first session will focus on the Five Senses. The Senses attract the thoughts and experiences of life and hold the habits that determine the functioning and perception of the individual mind. Sessions oriented toward the Five Senses can reduce the stressful, habitual impact the senses have on the mind. The second session will focus on belief systems, many of which we adopt early on in life but continually modify and replace throughout life. Our beliefs and the thoughts they give rise to are the major source of tension in life. The last session will focus on spiritual stress, which we can also call existential stress. BodyTalk “consciousness techniques” are able to reduce the stress we experience by simply being human. Fundamental feelings of separation, guilt, fear, mortality, and goal-driven behavior will be targeted in the final group session in this powerful series.
These sessions will be done at a distance through online Livestream broadcast. The recording will be available if you cannot attend live and is just as effective as viewing in person. Whether listening live or at a later date, remote group sessions will increase your understanding of important BodyTalk concepts that you can bring into your sessions with clients, as well as providing an opportunity for shifts in your own health, consciousness and perception.
This course counts for 3 hours of continuing education for Certified BodyTalk Practitioners' requirements.