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Find the Force – talk and workshop with Yehuda Tagar
8 July 2016 Free
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Friday 8th July, 6-8pm: Find the Force – workshop with Yehuda Tagar of Psychophonetics Institute
Various schools of thought describe a life force inside each person. It is called Qi, ‘energy force’, in Chinese, or Prana, ‘life force’, in Sanskrit. Yehuda Tagar of Psychophonetics Institute calls it the ‘life-body’:
“Most of the time we take our health for granted but when we fall ill, the life-body calls for our attention, awareness and active help. It is possible to become the conscious partner, colleague and apprentice of this internal physician in the act of self-healing – but first we need to create a common language with it. It communicates not in words but through active sensation, movement, visualisation and sounds.”
This free introductory workshop is for everyone who wishes to learn more about the concept and experience of this personal life force. It will introduce participants to the psychophonetics method of heightening awareness of the body and the life-body through conscious expression -sensing, gesture, visualisation and sound.
Expect to learn about the psychophonetics approach to methodical exploration of the life-body, and to come away with new tools and resources to access and enhance your resources for self-care.
Yehuda Tagar is a psychotherapist and international coach and trainer for personal sustainability. He has worked with sufferers of long-term illness for over two decades and is the founder and director of Psychophonetics Institute International. http://psychophonetics.com/
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