Meaningful human connection through Embodied Sovereign
Facilitator: Adam Wilder
Do you ever find it hard to say no? Can it be difficult to know what you want in any situation? Do you ever find yourself pleasing others at the expense of your own needs? You may be in need of Embodied Sovereign.
At a Glance
- Embodied Sovereign explores the psychology of personal sovereignty and the shadows of being too nice
- Get in touch with what you want, need or desire and find the confidence to move towards it
- Learn the principles for setting healthy boundaries at home, at work and in relationships
What Participants Will Gain
- A set of embodied postures and practices to cultivate sovereignty
- Practice exploring our light and shadows in a safe and accepting laboratory of human connection
- Opportunity to bring what is relevant and alive in our lives to the sessions
Do you ever find it hard to say no? Can it be difficult to know what you want in any situation? Do you ever find yourself pleasing others at the expense of your own needs?
As humans, we have 2 fundamentals, the need to be attached to others and the need for authentic expression. When we are growing up we learn to prioritise attachment, which means we start to suppress our authenticity bringing us out of our sovereignty.
Being in touch with our Embodied Sovereignty is vital to our wellbeing. It strengthens our relationships when we feel free to say “no” instead of agreeing and then resenting, which in turn makes us more trustworthy for others & more relaxing to be around. At work, it makes us better bosses and better employees, and makes us more present and loving with our families.
There’s a reason Brené Brown says the most compassionate people are also the most boundaried, this means that when we embody our inner sovereign we are in contact with our own needs. When this happens we are able to set boundaries which enable us to give lovingly and generously, whilst staying connected to the world through our hearts.
This course is an embodied journey of connecting with our inner sovereign, using inquiry, physical practices, discussion and the mytho-poetic layer.
22nd February, 1st & 8th March 18:00 – 20:00 GMT
To get more of an insight on Adam Wilder, head over to his blog on The Importance of Saying No.
The course will be held in real time with the tutor via the Zoom platform. Sign up to this platform is free. You will need a laptop, computer, tablet or a smartphone – with an in-built camera and microphone – and a reliable internet connection. We will provide more information and joining instructions in advance of the first session.
Recordings will be available for 30 days after course close as a way to support all participants in receiving the information.
Supported ticket - this is for you if you are currently not able to fully fund your learning at this time. Only two spaces are available in the first instance, more tickets may or may not become available, as they are supported by the kindness of another.
Standard ticket - this is for you if you have financial balance at this time.
Sponsor ticket - this is for you if you are financially abundant and wish to kindly support the learning of another.
Adam Wilder is a trained counsellor and founder of the Togetherness movement. He is a passionate advocate for meaningful human connection, and combines therapeutic training with past experience as a comedian and clown to create rich and playful learning experiences.
In 2019 he created the House of Togetherness pop up in central London and hosted the largest ever mass spoon. Ge gathered 1,447 people spooning to promote touch for wellness at Wilderness Festival in Oxfordshire.
Adam is also known for creating Shhh Dating, the world’s first silent speed dating event which helps singles find love through eye gazing and non-verbal flirting games.Visit Tutor's Website