“Blocked trust is the reason for blighted dreams.”
Elizabeth Gilbert, author
A Group Journey in 2022
6 Wednesday evenings | Jan 26 to April 6
In these trying times, where fear and anxiety are rampant and we struggle to not get caught up in anger or despair, the word "trust" may not initially seem to resonate. And yet, only when we can sink into the safety and openness of trusting relationships (with Self and Other) can we find our equilibrium, reclaiming a sense of peace and perhaps even happiness. Join us in exploring our mental and somatic patterns of connection and protection while discovering the path to deepened trust.
WHEN: Six Wednesday evenings 6:30 – 8:30pm EST
WHERE: On Zoom
What this series offers:
• Exercises and experiences dissolving mistrust and building renewed trust in yourself, in others, in the world.
• Deepened connections with like-minded others who are also practicing trust-building.
• Somatic skills you can use again and again to anchor your awareness and navigate your trust in Life.
• An inner sense of trust in your “enoughness.”
• Moving beyond blockages and “blight” and towards deepened well-being.
• A beautiful holiday gift to resource yourself (which will spill over onto all your loved ones)!
Sinking Into Trust - Calendar
|Wed, Jan 26, 2022 - Trust 101||Who, what, and why do you trust?
The components of trust and why these matter.
|Wed, Feb 9, 2022- Patterns of Mistrust||What have you learned not to trust?
Where mistrust actually comes from.
|Wed, Feb 23, 2022 - Escaping the Prison of Self-Doubt||Learning to trust you are and have “enough.”
Practicing Yes and No.
|Wed, March 9, 2022 - Repair After a Rupture||Strategies for renewing trust.
Is forgiveness possible?
|Wed, March 23, 2022 - Constellating Trust||A large group experience with individual take-aways.|
|Wed, April 6, 2022 - Anchoring Trust Into Your Life for the Year Ahead||Resourcing, your nervous system’s best friend.
Skills that reconnect you to your heart’s wisdom.
Samvedam B. Randles is a psychologist, group facilitator, and trainer in Boston, where she founded the Inner Arts Institute. Samvedam has offered workshops and trainings for over 20 years. She has a private therapy practice, trains Breathwork facilitators and Family Constellations facilitators, and enjoys working with individual clients and leading groups into beautiful natural settings to experience new ways of connecting to the Self and Spirit. She also serves as a supervisor to therapists in training. For a full bio, please see About the Director.
Susan Belchamber brings a wealth of experience and knowledge from her extensive career in economics & psychotherapy. In her current work with the Pocket Project, an international collective of trauma therapists, she focuses on healing trauma around money, envisioning new economic possibilities, and supporting post-traumatic growth. Susan holds graduate degrees in Psychotherapy, International Relations, and Economics. She has focused on both research and practice in psychology and economics throughout her career in government and consulting, as well as in her work in private practice and group facilitation.
“As soon as you trust yourself, you will know how to live.”
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe