Clarifying your mission while on lock-down
One of the great benefits of the current situation is that many of us have been forced to confront our values, contemplate our morality and reflect deeply on what the f**k we’re doing here anyway! This is a good thing. A life without purpose and waking daily to a deep sense of meaning is no life at all. So screw that, let’s use this crisis to realign with our deepest calling and taken the fit we’re being offered.
This workshop is for anyone who’d like to get closer to clarity on their life’s work. Maybe you have no idea, maybe you did but just feel a little “off track” now, maybe you’re a fucking warrior of purpose already and want to stay that way. You’re welcome whatever.
I’ve been working with purpose for quite a few years now and ran the successful Purpose Black Belt online course, as well as working with mentees in small coaching groups face-to-face.
What we’ll cover
● Death meditation
● How you know you’re on purpose
● The best techniques for tuning into purpose that I know if +-+
● How to break barriers to purpose
● The down sides of purpose and how to work with them
● Purpose and relationships
● COVID marketing genius
Here are some PBB Videos for a taste (may want to skip marketing ones)
Three videos are included with your purchase. They are essentially three versions of the same course, so you will receive three videos for the price of one.
About the trainer
Mark Walsh has dedicated his life to embodied learning. He founded the Embodied Facilitator Course (UK and Russia), Embodied Yoga Principles, The Embodiment Conference and Europe’s first embodied business training company – Integration Training. He has taught in thirty countries and made embodiment available online through a YouTube channel that has over 14 million hits and on The Embodiment Podcast. He has a degree in psychology, an aikido black-belt and has trained with various body-mind masters and in many approaches, including in body psychotherapy, yoga, dance, bodywork and meditation. Past clients have included Unilever, L’Oreal, Virgin Atlantic, Shell, Oxfam, The NHS, Ikea and The House of Lords. He has also worked with peace and trauma projects in Israel/Palestine, Afghanistan, Ukraine, Brazil, East Africa and with the Sierra Leonian Army. He actually really likes cats.