Childhood Patterns & Deprogramming
Kate Freeman founder of Heart of Releasing, will be leading this course.
Course will be delivered with recordings and downloadable workbooks.
Many of us had a tough time in childhood and even for those who didn’t, childhood is often a time of pain, drama, deep insecurity and our making childlike decisions that seem to last a lifetime, unless we Release them.
This course will take us deep into that childhood decision making and help us identify, embrace and let go of the old stories, conditioning and programming that we no longer need. A powerful course, it will also be fun as we remember the child we were and see the power we had even then.
Come and bring a photo of yourself as a 5 – 8 yr old. We will be welcoming our younger self to the group. We are all still carrying that little person inside. Let’s comfort, welcome and love them so they feel safe being all they can be.
These early childhood decisions can affect everything in our lives – relationships, marital happiness, earning power, the amount of wealth that we allow to grow, our joy and fun in life and so on.
If you know that your life could be better, come and find your way through the weeds of childhood into the flowering garden of possibility. We can allow more as we see the pure potential of Now.
Her first mentor, Lester Levenson, was a treasured teacher, as was the great American sage, Robert Adams. The wisdom they shared is an integral part of her teaching.
Kate brings a tender but knowing attention to her work with clients, often facilitating life changing shifts with the gentleness of a whisper.
Her focus is in mirroring true presence so that students and clients can feel very safe and grounded while delving into their next challenge and letting it go very quickly.
Kate’s ability to help them drop anything in the way of their pure Unlimitedness is profound. She facilitates retreats, courses and coaching worldwide.
Kate lives in Washington State near her three wonderful children and many grandchildren. She loves to spend family time with them and also hike and kayak in the beauty of the Northwest.