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IC19 Workshop 29 - Coming to Wholeness: How to Awaken the Live with Ease - Connirae Andreas, PhD

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Workshops |  Meditation, Spirituality and Yoga |  Mindfulness
Erickson Congress |  Erickson Congress 2019
Connirae Andreas, PhD
1 Hour 52 Minutes
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Original Program Date:
Dec 15, 2019
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Eastern spiritual teachings tell us that “suffering” goes away when we dissolve the ego. But what is the ‘ego’ and how does one dissolve it? You’ll be introduced to a new way of doing inner work, offering a precise way of dissolving the everyday sense of the ego. Used both to resolve problems, and as a gentle personal practice, typical results include, • deep relaxation of the nervous system, • transformation of many emotional and behavioral issues, • greater access to creativity, problem-solving, and humor, • increased wellbeing, • sleep issues often resolve. The Wholeness Work has been described as a precise and accessible way of getting the results Mindfulness is going for (and perhaps more), in a way that follows the experience of each individual.

Educational Objectives:

  1. Describe a simple way to find what can be considered “ego” or “self” in experience.
  2. Explain how to access another way of experiencing “self.”
  3. Describe the demonstration of a specific process for “dissolving the ego” that also changes our life issues.

*Sessions may be edited for content and to preserve confidentiality*



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Connirae Andreas, PhD, is one of the first NLP Trainers. She is most well-known for her groundbreaking work developing the Core Transformation Process, a method through which our limitations easily become a doorway to a felt experience many describe as our spiritual core. Connirae Andreas studied undergraduate psychology at the University of Kansas in 1975. She obtained a MA in clinical psychology from the University of Colorado in 1979 and a PhD in psychotherapy from North Central University in 1989.