Our address: The Wellbeing Sanctuary
Office No. 208, 2nd floor Mardoof Building, Al Safa 1
What We Offer For One-on-One Coaching
Think about the people in your family. Are you close? Are there people in your family with whom you are angry? Has a rift been created in your family because of poor communication or serious anger issues? If you are married or in a significant relationship, has your partner suffered from your anger? If you are not in a relationship, why did it end? Choose a relationship in your life in which you and the other person have been angry with each other. Think about the interactions you have had with that person. Write about the relationship in detail, paying particular attention to the angry interactions you have had with him or her. Have you said or done things you regret? Are there certain patterns to your conversations or arguments? Is this someone with whom you live or have other relationships in common? Is your anger with that person causing indirect harm to another? Think about what you would need to do to stop being angry with this person. Could you forgive them? Could you let go of the anger you are holding onto?
The answer is YES.
Past Life Regression
Past life regression is a psycho-spiritual experiential technique that makes deliberate use of altered states of consciousness to enable people to access the many dimensions of the unconscious mind. Whether considered as karmic patterns or psychological complexes, these are inevitably reflected in, and influence, a person’s existential well-being, sense of personal meaning or sense of Soul Purpose, and may be associated with the biographical life or what appear to be the karmic roots from other lifetimes.
Education Performance Program
Stress in students can lead to poor academic achievement, apathy,depression, behavioral problems, etc, and at a time when schools are increasingly under pressure and both students and teachers face higher
levels of stress.
P.A.S.T Release workshop
A healthy human system tends to:
Come down from stress naturally.
Go to sleep peacefully and wake-up in the morning feeling rested and refreshed.
Absorb healthy nutrition for all the cellular needs (think about cells in your gut sucking up the good vitamins and minerals) and also excrete toxic waste products (um, poop!) with ease and frequency.
Repair and regenerate your cells and body tissue at a harmonious speed that isn’t too slow and isn’t too fast, but is JUST right for your own unique needs.
Think and create with crystal clear focus and not always be stuck in a ‘brain-fog’.
Be productive in the projects, work and tasks you do on any given day.
Steer away from harmful people who create chaos and strife in your life.
Parent with greater ease, better boundaries and more empathy (even in those really tough times)!
Engage in meaningful relationships that nurture and provide safety for you.
Use the power of your subconscious to attract your ideal relationship:
Ignorance of the functions and powers of the mind is the cause of relationship troubles. Friction between partners can be solved by using the law of mind correctly. The contemplation of the ideals, the study of the laws of life, the mutual agreement on a common purpose and plan, and the enjoyment of personal freedom bring about that harmonious marriage, that wedded bliss, that sense of oneness where the two become one.
The best time to prevent divorce is before marriage. It is not wrong to try to get out of a very bad situation. But, why get into the bad situation in the first place? Would it not be better to give attention to the real cause of relationship problems, in other words, to really get at the root of the matter involved?
“Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.” -Carl Jung⠀⠀
We are all the vessels of epigenetic trauma, carrying wounds from our lineages within us. Most of which can stay dormant in our lifetime, except when certain experience, creating a certain resonating frequency may activate that trauma back.
If you have a hard time energetically aligning with family members during the holiday gatherings?⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
If you find yourself irritated or drained afterward or even during the “celebration”?⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
If you feel like you hide your most authentic self around family?
This field has shown us that how we feel about what we eat sends signals throughout our digestive system and body regulating how well we metabolize the food and efficiently utilizes the nutrients within it. This ties directly into the placebo and nocebo effect that has been studied extensively and verified in multiple disciplines of science. Every thought and feeling about food we eat, have proven to be highly effective for promoting maximum efficiency in digestion.
Teacher of Dream Work and Dream Interpretation:
Research indicates that dream work accelerates and deepens the psychotherapeutic process. However, an exclusive content-focused approach to dream analysis departs from the objectives of most non-psychodynamic therapy by treating the dream as a fixed narrative, the dreamer, as a passive witness, and proceeding to analyze the visual content for its presumed meaning.
Add to that the object-oriented language that characterizes the traditional consideration of dream “symbols” and “content” apart from the dreamer, and dream interpretation arguably violates the social constructionist, client-centered flavor of contemporary psychotherapy. Unlike traditional content-oriented approaches, a co-creative or co-determined approach to dream theory and analysis comes into alignment with a variety of themes in contemporary psychotherapy, including the centrality of choice, freedom, and personal responsibility in existential therapies; the constructed nature of personal reality in social constructionism and postmodern therapies; and the reciprocal nature of human relationships in family systems.
As such, co-creative dreamwork methods can be seen as a supportive, supplementary practice in a diverse array of modern therapies, and thus be incorporated seamlessly into contemporary counselor training.
When we encounter a situation, we make two (often unconscious)judgments.
First, we decide whether the situation is threatening – this could be a threat to our social standing, values, time, or reputation, as well as to our survival. This can then trigger the fight or flight response, and the alarm phase of GAS.
Next, we judge whether we have the resources to meet the perceived threat. These resources can include time, knowledge, emotional capabilities, energy, strength, and much more.
This means that we experience stress if we believe that we don’t have the time, resources, or knowledge to handle a situation. In short, we experience stress when we feel “out of control.”
This also means that different people handle stress differently, in different situations: you’ll handle stress better if you’re confident in your abilities, if you can change the situation to take control, and if you feel that you have the help and support needed to do a good job.
How stressed we feel then depends on how far out of control we feel, and how well we can meet the threat with the resources we have available.