Drawing from Jan's 30 years as a Family Therapis and seminar leader, and Dick's 30 years in management and teamleader for General Motors,
they present a workshop:
things on my plate
that i wish weren't there
What’s on your plate? A multitude of to-do’s pop up
Some are obvious. I have a raging teen-ager! I have bills to pay. I have too much to do and not enough time. Sometimes a to-do list takes care of most of these
However, today we will ask you to look a little deeper
Things on your plate you wish WEREN”T there!
Not so obvious and No so easy to admit. We will also suggest practical tips for clearing your plate. And obviously we are just touching upon the surface of the topic
As a practicing psychotherapist these things are the majority of topics my clients and I work with. They are items you are not aware of or that linger in the background. Traumas, betrayals, things you think you’ve gotten over, but similar things keep recurring. A quote from Karl Jung, “that which is NOT brought to conscious awareness, come to us as fate.
- Talking with a good friend
- Talking to a professional
- Tapping – Meridian Therapy
We all have : “things” on our plate. Some are practical to do list. Some are barely recognizable but keep occurring as trouble spots. The more aware you become about that bottom of the circle, the more you can control your fate.
You might have noticed as predicted we only gave you a few tidbits, this was to whet your appetite for the full presentation.
And our final advice: when its off, leave it off!!