Healing Your Trauma with the Living Inquiries
workshop retreat with
Lynn Fraser and Fiona Murphy
July 21 to 23 Krishnamurti Center Canada
You can free yourself and heal from the residual effects of hurt and trauma
Learn and understand how the events in our lives impact us on all levels – body, breath, energy and thought. Experiences of abuse, neglect and feeling unsafe trigger our fight/ flight/ freeze. This survival system activation generates a cascade of cortisol, adrenaline and other chemicals. Our central nervous system goes into a state of hyper-vigilance that can last for decades and we naturally seek ways to self-soothe and down-regulate our level of distress. Trauma and our survival instinct underlie addiction, compulsive and catastrophic thinking, anxiety and suffering.
Safety IS the treatment. In this experiential workshop we do practices to begin and deepen trust in yourself and nurture authentic kindness and compassion within. We cover the essentials of “how it works” so you understand your body, feelings, nervous system, shame, judgment and the essential role of social trust. You will strengthen your capacity to see through and release identification with experiences that commonly lead to core deficiency beliefs of unworthiness, unlovability – that feeling like there is something basically wrong with you. The Living Inquiries allow us to freeze-frame and look directly and safely at what is driving fear and anxiety. Associations of thought/memory velcroed with energy are seen and released.
Yoga is a complementary practice for healing trauma. We breathe and inhabit our bodies. Mindfulness allows us to learn about our own mind and reactions. This workshop is based on the principles of healing our whole system with yoga, inquiry and meditation integrated with current medical science of trauma, recovery and resilience.
Lynn Fraser is a Senior Facilitator of Scott Kiloby’s Living Inquiries and a senior teacher in the Himalayan Tradition of Yoga Meditation. She works online and internationally with individuals and groups. Lynn has direct experience of recovery from PTSD herself and she works with individuals to hold a safe space for healing. http://lynnfraserstillpoint.com/
Fiona Murphy, MSW, RSW, is a Living Inquiries Certified Facilitator and an experienced therapist with a Masters in Social Work. She works with people online and has a counselling practice in Victoria, British Columbia. “It is truly an honor to be with people as they open to themselves. The level of intimacy that occurs in this process never ceases to amaze me.” http://www.livinginquiries.com/fiona-murphy/
This retreat weekend is set up to be nourishing and supportive of healing and resilience. The Krishnamurti Center is a beautiful, serene oasis at the Pacific ocean near Victoria BC Canada. The Centre facility includes a main house and 3 smaller buildings – with a large meeting room, 12 bedrooms and 2 suites – two libraries, a swimming pool, a tennis court and 32 acres of ocean-front property with a beach and magnificent views. https://krishnamurti-canada.ca/
To discuss with Lynn or Fiona, please email and we will set up a time to meet with you online and answer your questions. email@example.com or femurphy
Register for the retreat at https://krishnamurti-canada.ca then go to Events or click here Krishnamurti Center