She is a person who understands, values and develops her body, finding it beautiful and useful; a person who is real and is willing to take risks, to be creative, to manifest competence, to change when the situation calls for it, and to find ways to accommodate to what is new and different, keeping that part of the old that is still useful and discarding what is not.
If we add all this together, we get a physically healthy and spiritually fit person, someone who can express her feelings, who can love and play, who is authentic, creative and productive; someone who can stand on her own feet, can love intensely, can fight honestly and effectively, can be tender as well as tough, who knows the difference between these two qualities and can therefore fight decisively and successfully to achieve her goals. Virginia Satir
It is possible to become a New Human Being.
Give yourself a chance, don't adapt to circumstances that aren't really you, rise above them and become the new you. We owe ourselves and our children a better life, but before we create a better life, we have to become new, better human beings: free from unnecessary, useless suffering. This useless suffering is toxic. It comes from our family's toxic emotional inheritance – the toxic pain of childhood traumas, convictions and tendencies,emotions, inner conflicts and other imbalances. This inheritance manifests itselfthrough suffering that, contrary to what we are made believe, doesn’t make us stronger, healthier, or richer, but, rather compromises the quality of our lives, often with lasting consequences.
We can put an end to this useless suffering by becoming new human beings. And it is so easy to do. The new human being is already inside of us; it is who we truly are. And we can help it flourish by learning to really love ourselves and re-parent ourselves. The first step? Detoxing from our family's toxic emotional inheritance. How? By learning to see things as they really are. Then we will find the right strategies to support our growth and evolution, to conquer our freedom. And then we will also become able to help our children grow and evolve freely.
In this seminar I will explain why we behave the way we do and what we can do to change toxic dynamics, develop healthy attitudes, and allow constructive experiences through a new insight into behavior. I will share with you my personal experiences on eating disorders and domestic violence, and show you how those events were manifestations of a toxic emotional inheritance from my family, and what you can do to prevent your children from enduring useless, toxic suffering like I did.
◊Duration: 2 hours
I want to offer my seminars to as wide an audience as possible. Community organizations, companies, schools and universities, I would like to share my experiences and knowledge you, to help create together a better world. If you think that my seminar might be of interest to the people in your organization, your colleagues or your students, please get in touch.