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The Heart of The Work

Sunday, October 30, 2016

The Heart of The Work

Sunday, Oct 30, 2016, 12:30 PM

Kirra Hill Community and Cultural Centre.
1 Garrick St, Coolangatta Coolangatta, AU

3 participants Attending

Note: run on Queensland Time.The Work is sometimes called the written meditation. Using the process of The Work we can learn how deeply question our stressful beliefs. This involves crossing over from the left side rational brain to the right side I don’t know mind. Then we can free ourselves from old ruts and see life in a new light. Inquiry help…

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 to Note: run on Queensland Time.

Held at:   Kirra Hill Community and Cultural Centre.

1 Garrick St, Coolangatta, Coolangatta

The Work is sometimes called the written meditation. Using the process of The Work we can learn how deeply question our stressful beliefs. This involves crossing over from the left side rational brain to the right side I don’t know mind. Then we can free ourselves from old ruts and see life in a new light. Inquiry helps us to look inside of ourselves for the answers, there we can discover true freedom and Joy.

As I am offering this session through the Shambhala group, there will also be an optional Art Session from 9:00am – 11:00 to help you open your creative mind.

The Byron Katie Work session is from 12:30pm to 4:30pm.  Meet your stressful beliefs with inquiry and see who you would be with out them.  Asking the 4 questions is a simple and radical way to move towards a life of Loving What Is.

Facilitated by Mark Cave.  Certified Facilitator of The Work with over sixteen years experience in The Work.

Both sessions (Art & The Work) $35:00 or $30:00 for The Work only.


Events with Certified Facilitator Mark Cave are hands on and experiential.

16th-18th September

I aim to help you to connect with The Heart of The Work.

I invite you to use the process in a simple and heart felt way that honours the Truth as it comes in. This happens best when we get very still and deepen our meditation.

Awaken to your true self – The Work and Yoga Relaxation Weekend

gymeaworkshopWith Mark & Paula Cave

The weekend will begin on the Friday afternoon 16th Sept approx 3pm and finish on Sunday afternoon 18th Sept around the same time… depending on massage times.

The program will offer a morning and afternoon Byron Katie The Work sessions, Yoga classes, meditation and plenty of ‘me’ time for a massage, a spa or well deserved rest.

Program

Mark Cave offering AM & PM Byron Katie session in The Work 10hrs weekend total.

Paula Cave offering two Yoga Classes per day – 1hr AM Beginners & 1.5PM General Class

Evening activities include sitting around the fire, a drumming circle, music and friendship. All of this in the beautiful surrounds of Uki’s tranquil rainforest… such bliss!

Meals

Fully catered, healthy and tasty vegetarian cuisine. We can take into account any dietary requirements.

Pricing includes

  • Two nights accommodation at Gymea Eco Retreat & Spa (Friday & Saturday nights).
  • Fully catered vegetarian meals including Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Afternoon Tea.
  • Full program of Yoga and The Work.

Not included optional extras

1Hr Massage $90:00
2hr Day Spa $30:00

Full Price

Your own Ensuite Room: $550
Twin Share: $300 per person
Early Bird discount less $60 if payed in full by Sept 2nd

Limited discounted places (Sponsored by Queensland Community Foundation)
Conditions apply on application
Your own Ensuite Room: $180
Twin Share: $150 per person

Location

Gymea Eco Retreat & Spa
128 Bonny Doon Road, Uki, Northern NSW 2484

Download the flyer for this workshop

More about Gymea Eco Retreat: www.gymearetreat.com.au


Relationships Workshop

Date TBA

“How do you react when you think you need people’s love? Do you become a slave for their approval? Do you live an inauthentic life because you can’t bear the thought that they might disapprove of you? Do you try to figure out how they would like you to be, and then try to become that, like a chameleon?

In fact, you never really get their love. You turn into someone you aren’t, and then when they say “I love you,” you can’t believe it, because they’re loving a facade. They’re loving someone who doesn’t even exist, the person you’re pretending to be. It’s difficult to seek other people’s love. It’s deadly. In seeking it, you lose what is genuine. This is the prison we create for ourselves as we seek what we already have.”
Byron Katie.