‘Becoming the Captain of your Ship’

A 6-Evening Creative Journey towards Self-Awareness and Empowerment
Facilitated by Josephina Beckers

‘Becoming the Captain of your ship’ is a metaphor for Life. How can you feel in control of your life again while so many things seemingly outside of your control, influence your sense of health and well-being?

This experiential journey gives you valuable tools for self-reflection as well as a creative outlet to help you dive deep into the ocean of your emotions and face head-on the whirlwind of your thoughts.
With gentle yet profound processes – using the magic of rocks and a variety of art media like clay, paint and collage material – we travel through the four directions of body, mind, emotions and spirit to learn to stand in the centre of our personal wheel, the sacred circle of Life. In the end, it is all about finding self-control and balance within yourself and your life.

Every week will be a surprisingly new experience. The energy shifts and changes with the focus of the evening; but always you will be held in a safe and nurturing cocoon, supported on your personal journey by the facilitators and the group.
As we work together in a small group setting with a minimum of 3 and maximum of 6 people, it is important for you to be able to commit to the 6 sessions.

Dates & Time:

  • Thursday Circle evenings: 10 Aug – 24 Aug – 7 Sep – 21 Sep – 28 Sep – 5 Oct
  • Time: 6 pm – 9 pm
  • Note: A new circle will start based upon the interest. Please contact me to register your interest.

Location:

  • West End, Brisbane

For more information & to register please contact Josephina on 0432 927 417

If you honour Self, you honour Life, if you honour Life, Life will Honour you.

Michael J. Roads

Simple enough, but profound. To honour self is to respect yourself. To respect yourself is to appreciate yourself. To appreciate yourself is to care for yourself. To care for yourself is to attend to your wellbeing. To attend to your wellbeing is to eat and drink with awareness. To be aware of yourself is to honour yourself . . . and so the cycle will continue. In no way are we empowered or regenerated by thoughts of self-criticism or self-judgement, or ‘should do better’ etc. These reduce us, something we do not need, nor do we need people in our lives whose remarks and casual comments reduce us.