Starts September 12th, 2019
10 Guidepost’s for Whole-Hearted Living
Join me as we unpack the 10 Guidepost’s for Whole-Hearted Living developed by Dr. Brené Brown
Each month we will meet in each other’s homes for an evening of sharing and practicing the ways we are learning to “live brave and dare greatly”.
We will gather at 6pm for a potluck dinner and sharing with the program starting at 7pm.
There will be some teaching, some practice exercises, and time to support each other on this journey of becoming authentically who we were meant to be.
September 12th: Cultivating Authenticity
Letting Go of What People Think
October 10th: Cultivating Self-Compassion
Letting Go of Perfectionism
November 14th: Cultivating Resiliency
Letting Go of Numbing and Powerlessness
December 12th: Cultivating Gratitude
Letting Go of Scarcity Thinking
January 9th: Cultivating Intuition & Trust
Letting Go of the Need for Certainty
February 13th: Cultivating Creativity
Letting Go of Comparison
March 12th: Cultivating Play & Rest
Letting Go of Exhaustion & Productivity as Self Worth
April 9th: Cultivating Calm & Still
Letting Go of Anxiety
May 14th: Cultivating Meaningful Work
Letting Go of Self Doubt & Supposed To’s
June 11th: Cultivating Laughter, Song & Dance
Letting Go of Being Cool & Always in Control
Join the entire 10 month program for just $500.
If you are ready to reclaim your courage and take the next steps toward freedom and opening your heart, then I hope you’ll join us!
“It has been easier for me to be compassionate with myself, partly because I am more aware when I am not being kind inside.
And the workshop was very warm, very accepting. Lots of safe interaction with other participants. Plenty of chances to see how things apply to me.
I was a little surprised at how similar our ways of being critical of ourselves are!”
“My experience was amazing! The principles were profound and well founded.
The biggest impact it has had on my life was how I deepened the relationship with my daughter and revealed some deep challenges that paved the way for healing.
One of my more surprising insights was discovering in myself that something has to die in order to forgive. And as a result, it allowed me to more deeply forgive my father.”
Cynthia Benge, MSW-LMHC As a veteran therapist with over 25 years experience, I am committed to helping clients free themselves from the paralyzing affects of shame and the limiting beliefs that hold them back. A professional communicator with a genuine warmth and ability to make authentic connections, I create a safe container for people to be vulnerable enough to explore their own truths.