10.2. TRY SOMETHING DIFFERENT 

Last week's module was quite demanding, so let’s do something a bit more playful this week.

The idea for this module came from my own experience of exploring the circle. I noticed that if I struggle in a certain part on the circle with my children, this struggle can show up in other relationships as well. The knowing that is held in my system, my body about that certain need not being safe comes up with different people as well. For example, I am not a natural at ‘enjoy with me’. I’ve known it for a while and I am using the tools I shared with you and my sense of comfort with it has grown. I still need to be quite deliberate about creating space for ‘enjoy with me’ moments and staying present in them as they unfold. Interestingly, I noticed that that sense of discomfort around 'enjoy with me' is less intense, less visceral, easier to negotiate with it when I am with other people, not my children. 

If I was talking to somebody like me, I would suggest the following:

  • Get curious about your ‘enjoy with me’ experiences with other people.

  • Actively create more opportunities for them to happen.

  • Feel into what it's like to be in those moments.

  • See what you can bring back from this experience to your ‘enjoy with me’ moments with your children.

Invitations for this week

  • Think about your chosen part of the circle and what it's like in other relationships and in different contexts?

  • How can you create more opportunities for these moments to come up in other relationships?

  • When these moments come up (planned or unplanned) - see what it feels like to experience it.

  • Notice how that experience is influencing your  experience of that part of the circle with your children.

As always, come and let us know what you planned for this week in the group

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