GUPSA brings you an opportunity to attend free Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) workshops facilitated by globally accredited master facilitator Lorna Bukkland.
Mt Gravatt : Thursday, 29 June 2017, 9am – 4:30pm REGISTER MG
Collective Intelligences – The Neuroscience of 3 Brains
The Latest Neuroscience Research confirms what ancient wisdom traditions have been trying to tell us for the past 3,000 years, that you have a complex adaptive and fully functional neural networks, or ‘brains/Intelligences’ in Your Heart, Your Gut and Your Head.
When your ‘3Brains’ are not aligned and not working well together you will find that these situations become all too common in your life personally and professionally, you may be experiencing your life feeling more challenging and stressful because one or more of your 3 unique intelligences seem to be in conflict or antagonistic with another, meaning they are fighting each other or simply ignoring each other. This workshop will show you how you can realign you 3Brain intelligences, paving the way for you to clearly be creating more balance and alignment, experiencing a healthier, more peaceful and balanced life, making wiser congruent decisions in all areas of your life. Understanding the unique language that supports each 3 Brain intelligence, listening to the perceptions and information allowing them all to integrate and have input in directing our lives creating a healthier reality.
*Please only register once and if you can’t make it please let us know.
*Room details provided once you get a confirmation email.
*First 40 per session will secure their place. Catered event.
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