Taiwan Sometimes spiritual practices are taught and done in a way that actually creates a degree of separation between meditative or profound states, and daily life. People might enjoy deep meditative
Sometimes spiritual practices are taught and done in a way that actually creates a degree of separation between meditative or profound states, and daily life. People might enjoy deep meditative states, but find that their life issues don’t necessarily go away…
With the Wholeness Work, there is a natural and immediate integration with daily living. Our life issues can actually be doorways to the experience of this “vast self” – or just a sense of affectionate presence and clarity. And the life issues are transformed in the process.
Some people have found that issues that hadn’t changed with years of effort, are finally changing using the Wholeness Work. And the results are more significant and ongoing than just solving problems.
If you choose to use this simple method as a life practice (and this can happen in only a few minutes a day, once you’ve learned the method), you will most likely experience a fundamental shift in how you are in the world. Some describe it as having a growing sense of wellbeing, or peace, or joy. And it’s the kind that enables us to ‘be’ and to increasingly interact with others from a place of wisdom, compassion, and humor. Rather than becoming some idea of “perfection”, the wellbeing comes through a very specific and increasingly effortless way of including and integrating everything that does – or could – arise in our experience.
Schedule & Dates: TBD
Month Long Event (september)
Tamara AndreasTamara Andreas is an international transformational seminar leader and co-author of the book, Core Transformation: Reaching the Wellspring Within, and the Core Transformation Training Manual. She has been bringing the Core Transformation work to people around the world for over two decades, and has been the lead trainer for this process and for the Wholeness Work trainings in Asia.