The term ‘experiential’ refers to a mode of being that differs from our habitual, day-to-day mind states which, when harnessed therapeutically can bring about healing and change.
I am very pleased to be co-facilitating a special, women-only weekend retreat in the heart of the Cotswolds this summer. Places are limited!
Working both in and with nature we will be exploring the ancient practice of soul retrieval; the recovery of missing soul parts, through journeying, sound healing and psycho-spiritual integration.
The retreat is located only an hour and a half from London Paddington.
For more info visit: amandajkent.com/into-the-woods-retreat
“If it isn’t physical then it isn’t abuse.” Wrong. Abuse is defined as ‘any action that intentionally harms or injures another person’. Emotional abuse is an action, and although it may not leave a literal bruise or wound, the psychological damage is just as devastating.
In our digital age where permanent connectivity and fast communication are the norm, social media is a vehicle for making, keeping and forging relationships. However research has also shown that social media, rather than making us feel connected, contributes to feelings of loneliness.