“Living the biggest relationship you can imagine.” Have you always wanted intimate relationships that will support your essential nature, that will take you into greater and greater possibilities for your own self and the deepest, most passionate connection? Dr. Colwell describes how to create those relationships–that are possible for just about anyone! […]
THE (CORE) ESSENTIALS: October 12-14 Cost $350 ($300 before September 12) This is the workshop for the workbook–the “Relationship Skills Workbook,” that is. Immerse yourself in learning these wonderfully empowering tools. You’ll be able to immediately apply the skills you learn to relationships (intimate, family, co-workers, yourself); to maximizing your life energy; and to uncovering your personal
“Living the biggest relationship you can imagine.” Have you always wanted intimate relationships that will support your essential nature, that will take you into greater and greater possibilities for your own self and the deepest, most passionate connection? Dr. Colwell describes how to create those relationships–that are possible for just about anyone!
Listening to your body.” Did you know how crucial it is to be able to notice and describe your body sensations? Dr. Colwell helps you tune into your body to find this simple and powerful technique, key to communicating your experience to yourself and others. Check here for episode 4!
“Would you rather be right or be happy?” Knowing how difficult it is to give up being right (and all the blame and struggle that goes with that), Dr. Colwell introduces the tool that opens the door to happiness: Speaking the Unarguable Truth. Check here for episode 3!
Tami Simon, CEO of Sounds True, interviews Dr. Julie Colwell, on “Moving Beyond Blame–and Other Essential Relationship Skills.” To access the full, 14 part series of interviews with global thinkers on the world of relationships, go here.
Listen to Julie’s interview with Tami Simon of Sounds True, part of a series produced by Sounds True called “Deepening Intimacy-First Aid for Love.” This 14 part series is available at Sounds True.
I don’t know if it’s something about the spring, or an astrological issue, or just life unfolding. It’s been an intense time in my office, a time when people’s long-buried secrets, those that have caused them so much shame, pain, and self-recrimination, have been coming to the light. I have such a strange and fascinating
“You are so SELFISH!” This particular invective has so much power, people (especially women) arrange their entire lives around making sure that others won’t ever say it–or even think it–about them. They stay as far away from “selfish” as they can, flipping them to the other pole, being “selfless.” Surely that’s better, right? To walk