Group Session Mental Health – Self-Acceptance

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This group session focuses on Self-Acceptance as part of the Mental Health series. We can all acknowledge that there is a sliding scale of mental wellbeing, from complete peace and contentment at one end to serious mental illness at the other. At most times, we probably will not find ourselves at either extreme but rather somewhere in the middle. The question is how much mediocre mental health will we tolerate until we decide that a change must be made? This session focuses on our ability to accept and feel at peace with who we are and how we are. Certain parts of the brain play an essential role in the relationship we have with ourselves. The precuneus in the outer cortex of the brain holds our perceptions around self, for example, our ideas about how we think others perceive us, which are usually minorly to grossly inaccurate. The septal region of the brain is a critical area that provides us with the ability to feel pleasure. It is strongly related to our sexuality but more deeply to our ability to feel contentment. This session will support higher activation in the septal area, which is associated with a reduction in activity in the amygdala (our survival and fight/flight center). In this state, people find that they naturally feel more connected to the world around them with deeper feelings of gratitude and love. This session will also help to address traumatic memories around rejection. Also important in self-acceptance are the head, heart and gut brains, and the solar plexus and sacral chakras. As we all have blocks around self-acceptance to some degree, this session is for everyone.

This is an opportunity for anyone to partake in a group BodyTalk session with the Founder of the BodyTalk System, Dr. John Veltheim. These sessions will be done at a distance through online broadcast. The recording will be available if you cannot attend the live airing. Viewing recordings is just as effective as receiving sessions in person in real time. 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 1 hours of continuing education for Certified BodyTalk Practitioners' requirements.

 
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