Inviting Boundaries and Healthy No’s That Feel Good
Join Sarah Peyton for a 5 week series on boundaries. In this class series, we will explore how to know our limits and express them without having to pay more than we have in energy and shame backlashes. This offering will include time travels and unconscious contract work, and will move through an exploration of the interweaving of our earliest patterns of relationship, our awareness of other’s nervous systems, and shame-free expression of our own needs and longings.
The course will meet via zoom. Recordings will be made available.
The schedule will be as follows (All times are in the Pacific Time zone. To convert to your time, please click here):
Tuesdays 2:00pm - 3:25pm
- September 7
- September 21
- September 28
- October 5
- October 19
What To Expect:
In these 85 minute sessions, participants will:
- Learn and release the common blocks to boundaries
- Understand the seeds of alarmed aloneness in every untrue “yes.”
- Time travel to our earliest selves so that they aren’t alone with loss anymore
- Take away learnings about unconscious contracts to continue and deepen the work on our own
There will be one demo depth process per week, and the receiver will be chosen by lottery. Not everyone will have a chance to receive.
The classes will be recorded for participants in many time zones – the only recording access will be for those actually enrolled in this class.
Who is This Event For?
Students from beginners to advanced interested in cultivating a healthy sense of individuation and interconnection. Anyone who has struggled with expressing or setting boundaries, or those who work with people who struggle. All welcome.
Need financial assistance? We will know if partial scholarships are available on August 25, 2021. Write to email@example.com on or after August 25 to inquire.
- Your tuition payment is non-refundable and transferable.
- This work is not therapy and is not a substitute for therapy. If you have a sense that you would be destabilized by others speaking about difficult events, it would be better not to register for this program.