AvailableSeats: 60Saturday, June 24
10:00 am-5:00 pm EST
Fear can be destructive to our thinking, physical health, relationships, and at best a distraction from living a life of passion and purpose. It touches nearly every aspect of our existence, driving us to live and behave in ways that do not serve us. Fear can manifest in anger, depression, anxiety, and sadness. It can prevent us from experiencing true intimacy and connection.
In this workshop we are going to learn how to discern the types of fear, understand the effects of fear, and develop techniques for overcoming our fears when appropriate. While not all fear is bad, some fears are debilitating. To make matters worse, we sometimes can be asleep to our fears allowing them to run our lives covertly. Understanding what fear is, when it is serving you and when it isn’t, and learning how to identify and categorize fear is a powerful step towards freedom.
Once we have uncovered these dysfunctional fears, we will explore three distinct exercises that engage the mind, body, and emotions to help one release fears that do not serve us and begin fully engaging in the life that we were created for.
David Cunningham is a certified life coach specializing in helping people reprogram their subconscious. He is a healer, nationally awarded artist, tenured college professor, flawed hero, father of 5, mystic, black belt, 23 year sober alcoholic, and lover of run-on sentences.
In 2017, David was called to begin hosting and facilitating an annual spiritual growth and rejuvenation retreat for men. He cares deeply about others and loves helping people reframe situations to find peace during difficulty. For the past two decades, he has remained deeply committed to doing the deep, and often challenging, spiritual work required to heal and grow. His passion for self-development and spiritual sensitivity has equipped him to listen and coach with compassion, kindness, humor and insight.