Are you ready to trust in life more, open the door to more good and enjoy new, fulfilling experiences along the way: Better relationships, financial abundance, discovering your life purpose? Are you wanting to let go of uncomfortable ways of thinking or intense emotions? Do you feel you are "working too hard" at your life?
In this afternoon workshop, Michael brings clarity and confidence through all that he has learnt through his popular groups and workshops so far - including sell-out sessions at Birmingham's Mind Body Spirit Festival - about what works when applying the Law of Attraction. You will discover new ways to let go and surrender - and allow yourself to receive your good: More trust, more acceptance and a greater capacity to enjoy your present moment. Many teachings talk about the power of surrender and letting go - but rarely show us how. This experiential event will show you the "how to", sharing tools that have worked for many people- and can work for you. With meditation- and powerful written processes, you will open the door to improvement in all areas of your life.
This workshop is ideal for beginners and those who want some further grounding and in-depth insights.
Saturday 12th May The workshop will start at 1:30pm and conclude at 4:30pm
Testimonials on Michael's previous workshops:
"Probably the most life-changing morning I have ever had."
"These workshops bring the theory to life in miraculous ways."
"Incredible, insightful and good-feeling... Highly recommended."
"It was Michael's workshop that gave me a new outlook on life and a new beginning of happiness after years of depression... And I know I'm not the only one who has had this experience"
"Michael's work has transformed our life as a whole family"
"Michael's authentic presentation of the Law of Attraction is an experience not to be missed"
Michael James is one of the UK’s most revolutionary personal development teachers who shares ideas to help people empower themselves and live their best life. www.michaeljames.be.
The conference centre is across the road from Moor Street station and a short walk from New Street station.