How can we stop feeling that we’re not good enough?
Many of us are really hard on ourselves and struggle to feel “good enough”. At this special event, counsellor and hypnotherapist Tom Fortes Mayer will share his approach to overcoming self-sabotage and highlight his unique “Three Pillars” approach.
Pillar 1: Peace – how to let go of the limiting thoughts, fears, beliefs, feelings and behaviours that are holding you back.
Pillar 2: Power – how to unleash your enormous potential and flow through life with brilliance by learning to relate to life in new ways.
Pillar 3: Purpose – how to enjoy everything that matters most by experiencing more connection, contribution and celebration.
Tom’s work combines teachings from the world’s ancient wisdom traditions with the latest scientifically-backed techniques for behaviour change. He asks people to question their assumptions and to try things that can feel uncomfortable to start with.
By taking part you’ll learn more about why you think as you do, how to escape from the thinking that keeps you afraid, and how you can connect to a deep, lasting happiness.
The event will take place on Zoom at 7pm London time.
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About The Speaker
Tom Fortes Mayer is a clinical hypnotherapist and creator of the FreeMind process, which enables people to do deep healing on themselves. He is also founder of the FreeMind Project, a charity aiming to bring emotional intelligence and happiness to as many people as possible. He has spent 13 years developing innovative therapeutic approaches for a variety of settings. His work has taken him into prisons to reduce re-offending, corporations to increase effectiveness, schools to increase engagement and even to Nigeria to combat corruption. He is a regular contributor on Radio 5 live, has appeared on TV, speaks at conferences internationally, and is passionate about bringing this work into the mainstream.
Tom is a devoted partner to Rhia and father of four. He loves uplifting electronic dance music and collecting musical instruments.
The event will be hosted by Dr Mark Williamson from Action for Happiness.