A Slice of Happiness Conference

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  • Three universal principles explain the thinking process: Mind, Consciousness and Thought. Simply put, Mind is the energy of life, the fact that we are alive. Thought is our ability to create forms or ideas from that energy. Consciousness is our ability to experience what we think as real. In other words, we are born thinking. We think our way through life. We see life through our thoughts as we go, and the quality of our thinking determines the quality of our lives (how we see things moment-to-moment). 

    Awakening to those principles sets people free from attachment to the contents of any particular thinking with the knowledge that thoughts naturally come and go. It frees people to see their state of mind, their felt response to perceived reality, as an indicator of the moment-to-moment quality of their thinking. A stressed or negative feeling state or state of mind produces a low mood and increasing tension, a feeling of insecurity, or dis-ease. That feeling warns us to allow our thinking to quiet. 

    As people learn to trust their state of mind as a guide through life, they catch themselves earlier and earlier in the process of insecure thinking that can lead to chronic stressful states of mind and worse. Recognising the signal to quiet down, people can leave negative thoughts alone and allow them to pass. As our minds quiet, our feelings change and our perceived reality changes. We naturally regain our ability to address life circumstances and challenges from a wiser, more optimistic, and hopeful perspective. 

    Once people recognise that Innate Health is constant and always accessible, they can navigate the difficulties of their thinking without frightening themselves with their most negative thinking or deceiving themselves with their most positive thinking. We can be grateful in moments of exhilaration and graceful in moments of distress, and to experience the rich landscape of all our thinking as the gift of life. 

     

    By Judy Sedgeman 

  • There are many benefits to be gained from this approach, in all areas of life. 

    Through the understanding of these fundamental truths, we become more aware and connected to our wiser deeper selves. This awareness starts to naturally take care of areas of life that we experience as problematic and stressful.  

    These are some of the outcomes that are commonly reported by our clients: 

    • An increase in clarity, productivity, creativity. 
    • Easier and happier relationships
    • A decrease in destructive behaviours. anxiety, stress. 
    • The ability to move on in life despite past traumatic events and difficult circumstances 
    • A general sense of feeling better, lighter, more at ease with life and with ourselves. 
  • Absolutely! 

    The conference has been designed and structured to be relevant and impactful to people new to the understanding as well as for those with more experience. 

  • Like counselling we help people dealing with challenges in their life and struggles with how they perceive themselves. However, the approach is very different. We do not analyse or delve into the past. Instead, we show people something helpful about thought and the mind that means we start to relate to our thinking differently. As a result, people can start to experience more freedom from their heads and feel lighter and peaceful and less held back in life. 

  • No because there is nothing to practice, there are no tools or techniques, no will power needed and nothing to remember. Simply through an understanding of how the mind works, shifts start to occur very naturally. 

  • This is an understanding that can be hugely beneficial to anyone, regardless of age, background, or external factor, if you can relax and listen with an open mind then our speakers will point you towards your own innate mental health and resourcefulness. When people begin to understand what we are sharing about the mind a more helpful perspective appears. 

  • We would recommend simply showing up with an open mind and listening without judgement or comparison to previous experiences and see what feels intuitively 'right'. 

    There is no need to memorise or take notes on what is shared, just to be present is ideal. 

  • You are only able to book for the whole event. The recordings will be available for three months so you will be able to watch them at your leisure if you cannot make a session. 

  • Date & Timings for the events

    New to the Three Principles

    Deepen your understanding

    18th November 2022

    3pm - 5pm (GMT) and 7am - 9am (PST) 
    7pm - 9pm (GMT) and 11am - 1pm (PST)  

    19th November 2022

    3pm - 5pm (GMT) and 7am - 9am (PST) 
    7pm - 9pm (GMT) and 11am - 1pm (PST) 

    20th November 2022

    3pm - 5pm (GMT) and 7am - 9am (PST) 
    7pm - 9pm (GMT) and 11am - 1pm (PST)


    18th November 2022

    3pm - 5pm (GMT) and 7am - 9am (PST) 
    7pm - 9pm (GMT) and 11am - 1pm (PST) 

    19th November 2022

    3pm - 5pm (GMT) and 7am - 9am (PST) 
    7pm - 9pm (GMT) and 11am - 1pm (PST) 

    20th November 2022

    3pm - 5pm (GMT) and 7am - 9am (PST) 
    7pm - 9pm (GMT) and 11am - 1pm (PST)


     

  • Please check this page for the Schedule as we get closer to the event.  

  • We are planning to use zoom to host the sessions and each session will have its own zoom meeting room. 

    See www.zoom.us for more info and sign up to a free account. Although zoom can be run on any smart device, we recommend you use: 

    • A modern Mac, PC or Chromebook updated, running well with plenty of memory. If you are using a laptop, make sure you have it plugged into the mains.
    • Zoom installed on your system and updated to the latest version.
    • A fully updated web browser - we recommend Chrome to access the site.
    • A pair of Headphones with microphone connected to your computer
    • A Web Cam connected to your computer
    • A LAN cable connection to the internet (Wi-Fi is good, but not as reliable as a direct cable!)