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Join us for an interactive afternoon to understand some fundamental principles in giving attention to self-care and making time for you.
Today, people are very aware of emotional and mental health needs. In our fast paced lives, situations come and go but feelings and emotions go unheard or unhealed…. Acknowledging hurt can take a long time. And we often don’t want to or cannot make time for these things.
However staying hurt is a wound, a recipe for more pain. Certain patterns of thought prevent us from looking deeper. Perhaps we know about ‘positive thinking’ but can’t seem to make this happen?
Wherever you are on the spiritual journey, sometimes it helps to dive deep and identify experiences which may have become a block or mask, and then search for and apply some healing salve!
Dr Kala Mistry: Has been studying Raja Yoga and working in mental health for over 30 years.  She has facilitated workshops and given talks on topics such as spirituality and wellbeing, self-development for health professionals and managing feelings since the mid-1990s. She contributed to several Janki Foundation projects - including the training programme Values in Healthcare: A Spiritual Approach. Kala’s hobbies include: walking in nature and reflecting.
Maggie Parle: is a retired Social Worker, who has been studying and teaching Raja yoga for over 40 years.  Maggie has facilitated workshops on Meditation, Positive Thinking, Overcoming Anger, and Improving Self-Esteem, and is a keen advocate of the Appreciative Inquiry approach.  She enjoys meeting people and networking.  Maggie's interests are water colour painting, wildlife gardening and nature walks for birdwatching.
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This is an IN-HOUSE event taking place at Global Co-operation House, 65-69 Pound Lane, Willesden Green, London NW10 2HH
Buses: 6, 206, 226, 52, 98, 260 266 297,302, and 460 13 minute walk from Dollis Hill station (Jubilee line)