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About the Event
Mindfulness has become a buzz word in the western world, but what is it, what’s the point of it and how can it be possible to find time to fit another practice into busy, chaotic lifestyles?
With awareness of self and the world around comes change. In this workshop we’ll take a look at the Johari window, a simple yet effective way to explore how much we know about ourselves, how others see us, and how much is yet to be discovered!
Exploration of this simple diagram requires honesty with self and others, and at often, vulnerability. Through gaining a greater understanding of what we know to be true about ourselves (that we share openly or don’t share at all), what others know to be true about us, but we don’t see (often lovely qualities we find difficult to accept, or behaviours we have a blind-spot to), there is the possibility to reduce the ‘unknown’, deepen self-awareness and step more fully into our authentic being.