£10.00 Early-bird if booked by 16th April / £13.00 thereafter
Monday 30th April 7.00pm - 8.30pm
The author of The Art of Finding Yourself: Live Bravely and Awaken to Your True Nature, Fiona is also co-creator of the Living Inquiries, a gentle, transformative inquiry practice which enables us to explore even the most painful and challenging areas of our lives in a new light. Developed by author Scott Kiloby, the Living Inquiries give us a way to unravel the limiting beliefs and knots of anxiety or compulsion that keep so many of us struggling.
As author Tim Freke says, Fiona’s work “makes spirituality real, taking it right into our pain, where it can have its greatest effect”.
We tend to believe we need to overcome or get rid of parts of ourselves in order to progress spiritually. Paradoxically, we discover that by becoming fully present to our experience – to thoughts (words and images in the mind’s eye) and feelings (emotions, sensations and energy in the body) - and asking a few basic questions, the self lightens up and we begin to experience a much deeper sense of integration and connection both within ourselves and the wider world.
Over the last six years, Fiona has worked with hundreds of clients from around the world on a wide variety of issues, including anxiety, childhood trauma, shame, food compulsions, relationship difficulties and low self-esteem. In this talk she’ll share a little of her own journey with the Living Inquiries, and you’ll get a taste of this simple yet truly liberating practice. You’ll also learn the basics and find out how you can explore further if this work resonates with you.
Cost: £10.00 Early-bird if booked by 16th April / £13.00 thereafter
(includes book signing)