What Awareness is
Awareness is an essential skill to initiate any change in our life
When we are aware, we live fully our immediate and implicit experience of the present moment. When we are aware, we slow down and let arise what we are experiencing, feeling or thinking.
Being aware is also giving space to the inner observer within each of us, who notices with interest our experience without judgment, and inviting him to speak.
Awareness practice is a path of self discovery, and through this discovery comes more choices and the possibility to develop our unique perspective on life.
It has to do with :
- slowing down
- experiencing the present moment
- being curious about ourselves
- letting emerge forgotten, lost or hidden parts of ourselves
- knowing better how we relate to the world around us
What is a Journey of Awareness ?
It is a journey we can undertake at any moment of our life.
During this journey, we take the time to fully experience our body as alive. We are in the present moment unfolding our senses to perceive the world, paying attention to what arises in us in the here and now, to our physical sensations, our feelings, emotions, acknowledging our thoughts with curiosity.
While in our modern life, we often rush and feel sometimes isolated and separate, it is a time when we can reconnect with our skill of belonging to the larger whole of Nature.
I offer Journey of Awareness sessions, that combines some aspects of Gestalt Therapy with the Native American Medicine Wheel model, to help people to regain their balance, fluidity and create a meaningful life. Horse assisted human development work can be part of this journey.
This website gives informations about this approach I have developed after years of practice of psychotherapy in London. Since I moved to Norfolk, I have been able to follow my deep interest for self development and my love and strong connexion for Nature and Horses .
Individual sessions in English or French are available in Norfolk, Suffolk ; workshops and retreats (dates to come soon !) will be in East Anglia countryside.