I introduce this workshop series in this 3 minute video.
There are three ways we talk to ourselves. The first, Self-Talk, has the potential to be an uplifting dialogue and conversation that encourages us, helps us plan, dream, and create. On a deeper level, self-talk connects us to consciousness, one another, our intuition, and our true nature.
The other two ways we talk to ourselves disrupt and compulsively block the loving flow self-talk offers.
Loquacious Self-Chatter is the second way we talk to ourselves. This is the voice that comes to us when faced with a traumatic or fear-based life situation. This non-conversational voice talks “at” us, spewing off a constant bombardment of doom, gloom, helplessness, and hopelessness about our ability to handle the situation or how we got there in the first place.
The third voice is what I call SHAT the Self Harsh Abusive Talk. This voice punishes and abusively reminds us of our past, present, and future mistakes, misunderstandings, and unresolved traumatic experiences. This voice says things to us that we would not even say to a perceived enemy.
André Salvage and Associates is offering a three-part series to discuss and share principles, practices, and tools to help reframe these last two voices, reduce the chatter, and hear the message behind the harshness.
These workshops will take a deep dive into each of these ways we communicate with ourselves with workbooks, homework, and handouts, to help change the voices from sabotaging our lives to helping us stay connected and truly hear what the self-talk is sharing.
I hope you will invest in your self-compassion and join me on this journey towards discovering the peace that is always talking to us.
Here are the times and topics:
February 28th: SHAT—Decoding the Self Harsh Abusive Talk
- The why, what, and how of this abusive berating.
March 7th: Loquacious Self-Chatter
- Disrupting the negative thoughts and talk that keep us stuck in despair.
March 14th: Self-Talk
- The mystery of communicating with consciousness, collectives, and ourselves.
Sign up early to get your workbook and homework assignments.
Zoom link will be emailed with registration confirmation.
If you miss a session, the workshop will be recorded and you can watch the replay.