Happiness and its Stabilization
The unconscious beliefs we hold that limit our access to happiness and joy are the walls that take us into the dead end of disconnection from self and others. In this webinar, Sarah invites us to into the work of becoming our own resonating self-witness, reclaiming happiness in the process.
This is primarily a learning and neuroscience content webinar, including a small number of actionable insights and healing process work. If you are seeking healing and resonance practice opportunities, please see Sarah’s upcoming courses here
Surprisingly, we can have a hard time being happy. Research shows that most of us unhappily ruminate at the moments when we are quiet, rather than daydreaming, which is part of the pattern of depression and anxiety. In addition, happiness, excitement and the expression of joy may have been outside our parents' window of tolerance, which can make any foray into delight rife with impending shame, leading to false core beliefs like "I'm too big," "I'm too much," and "I need to change myself in order to be loved." These implicit walls take us into the dead end of disconnection from self and others. In this webinar, Sarah invites us to into the work of becoming our own resonating self-witness, reclaiming happiness in the process. This recording covers: The pursuit of happiness The importance of a resonating self-witness Understanding the interplay of expression and shame Expanding our window of tolerance Starting to transform our default network (our ruminating or daydreaming self) Questions and time for integration