Guest blog by Julie Wookey, Psychology of Vision Master Trainer
It is amazing the power of healing that is available with the Psychology of Vision. The recent UK workshops with Chuck and Lency Spezzano gave me a blessed opportunity to identify certain aspects of myself that were trapping me from greater levels of success and flow in my life, aspects which I was blind and in denial about which I would have never discovered as easily or gracefully in any other environment than these trainings. I have a renewed sense of who I am in my life and a feeling of freedom beyond measure!
Our Salisbury ten day training Mastering Life offers another opportunity to heal personal, societal, cultural and spiritual issues that block us from peace and well being. The workshop environment speeds up our growth and change and leaves an impact, which brings deep healing for us and the world we live in. There is always a chance for us to give healing to our world while we are living in it, and to eventually realise that we can be in this world but not of it. By that I mean no longer attached to what’s happening while still being willing to allow the healing process to show itself and continue to transform.
I always look forward to Salisbury. Join us from September 28 – October 7; the goal will be to lift you out of conflicts and realise the reality of love. When this is known there is the freedom to be who you are . . . and with that there is laughter!
Added note from Jeff:
I am just back from 5 days with Chuck and Lency in Germany and for me it was a delight to be taking a seminar rather than giving it which is always a timely reminder that to be a good teacher you must first be a good student.
We and our world are facing many challenges and we don’t need to look far to see people, families and countries in crisis. Every crisis is a fork in the road and a place where we are being offered a chance to make a better choice and to do things differently.
The choices we make determine the course of our lives, and Psychology of Vision is about making good choices. I always love my time in Salisbury and the bonding and friendships created are inspiring. Hope to see you there,