In the Midst of Change
A one day workshop for anyone in the midst of transition.
Saturday, February 25th, 10:00 – 4:00
at the Unitarian Universalist Church
24 Clapboard Ridge Road, Danbury, CT 06811
This will be an opportunity to reinforce your sense of value and
to practice techniques to help you shift back to and maintain
a sense of “okayness” even in the worst of times.
Time will be spent in conversation and exercises with the purpose
of understanding, accepting, letting go, healing and moving forward.
We will be following the agenda below:
“Who am I?” and “What is my reality?” and “How do I feel about it?
(This is the starting place.)
“What do I have to Accept?” and “What can I Change?”
(Getting past being stuck.)
“What does it mean to Surrender?”
(A bit of self-inquiry.)
“Putting my Intentions into ACTION.”
(The process of acceptance and growth.)
There are times when experiences trigger negative emotions. It is possible to shift
one’s perceptions and choose a mind-set which allows us to feel in control even in the midst of confusion and to be happy even when the world is not perfect.
The cost is $70. ($60 if you register by the February 20th)
There will be bagels for breakfast, pizza and salad for lunch and lots of tea and coffee.
presented by Warren Schutt
• the founder & facilitator of the Greater Danbury Divorce & Support Group
• a practitioner of Cognitive Therapy, Transactional Analysis and EFT
• a student at the True Purpose Institute
• a Reiki Master
• a past Hospital Chaplain, Crisis Counselor and hospice volunteer
• a former Methodist Pastor
“When I truly practice loving and accepting myself –
I can live in peace and contentment, with freedom and power.”
This workshop is not intended just for people of divorce and separation. If you know of someone who is involved in a difficult life transition, please mention it to them.
The best time to learn and practice new strategies to live life
in positive light and energy is when you are in the midst of change.
Warren can be reached at[masked] if you have any questions.