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Cortijo Romero
Cortijo Romero

Mindful Practices for Authentic Living

Holistic tools for everyday life

From Saturday Sep 08, 2018 to Saturday Sep 15, 2018
Cost:
Book before 08/06/2018 only £700.00
Later £730.00

Availability: CALL


One of today's greatest challenges is how to stay aware of and "in tune" with our bodily felt experiences, our open heart and inner wisdom, while engaged in a busy world. Living out of touch with what is real and authentic within us carries a great cost, felt as a lack of aliveness, meaning and purpose.

We'll explore a holistic set of tools that can be integrated into our everyday life, to cultivate being fully Present. As an inner compass, this will show us when we are “in tune" or not, and will help us to orientate our inner and outer life towards what is essential, real and meaningful.

The tools used include grounding, intentional silence, meditation, somatic tracking, self inquiry and self awareness through movement. These enable us to develop and deepen our full self, our connection with each other and with the world in which we live.

Course Leader

Javier Rodriguez
Javier has an M.A. in Psychology and in-depth trainings in Gestalt, Process-Oriented Psychology and Somatic experience. He has worked for over 20 years as a workshop leader, therapist, coach and ran the Membership Programme in the Findhorn Foundation, Scotland for 5 years.
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Forthcoming...

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People Say…

"On the bookings process. All very good, with friendly voices responding to 'phone calls in the UK. Staff All very friendly and helpful with nothing that’s too much trouble. Food Divine! And plenty of it. Content & Method Excellent. Javier is always clear about what he is doing and not afraid to adjust things to accommodate the groups needs and dynamics."

Suzanne Posner