Panel of Experts

Panel of Experts

Join our Panel of experts

Friday: 3pm -4.30pm

Facilitated by Ralph Raaths:

LIST OF OUR EXPERTS:

​Leigh Joy Mansel-Pleydell –

Free to Choose Love – Co-dependency Recovery:  Co-dependency is the misplaced belief that control of other people and events outside myself will make me happy. A sense of control, or the lack of it, is central to everything you think, feel and do. The co-dependent is driven by different compulsions (addictions included). The co-dependent is bound and tormented by the way things were in the family of origin. Self-esteem is often a stumbling block for the co-dependent. The co-dependent feels over responsible for others through care taking and enabling behaviours. Repeated untreated childhood trauma has a major influence in the development of co-dependency in adulthood. When we reach rock bottom it might feel like the end of our lives. And it is! It can be the beginning of an incredible journey of self-love and learning to extend that to others. (139 words including heading)

Rev John Britz

While all of us are getting information all the time – few of us have had the opportunity to work with our intuition and get training to be able to understand what it is we are getting, how we get it, and how to be able to verify what we are getting. Without this – getting to the point where we can trust this information can be really difficult.

Michael Rault – 

​Are you doing the work you were born to do? Are you doing the work you love to do? Is your work sacred to you

Lyndel Daly –

15 easy steps leading you towards inspired living. If you want some changes in your life you need to be doing things differently. Not so easy .. This is because we have entrenched habits. So the only way to move forward is to find new habits that lead one towards creating the life that you want and in so doing move towards inspired living. During this talk participants will a receive insights into the 15 step process and some basic principles towards creating the life that you so wish for. Lyndel is a practicing consciousness life coach, author, inspirational speaker and HR M manager.

Andrew Wilding Why we Believe – Neurolinguistics & Visual Learning –

The behaviourist school of psychology maintains that what we learn is merely learned and not necessarily true. We are educated about out physical and social environment from an early age, through the primal senses of sound and sight – neurolinguistics & visual learning. Neurolinguistics is the set of words, sounds, and language patterns that communicate directly with our subconscious data banks, but visual learning occurs on an even deeper subconscious level. Through our faculty of sight, we may take in information about a particular environment that may warn us or make us feel secure, without even thinking about it. If what we learn is merely learned and not necessarily true, that is exciting news because it means that we can change our reactions of fear or anxiety about ordinary situations, and teach ourselves to feel calm and in control.”

Saturday and Sunday

Saturday: 11am – 12.30

Andy Wilding:

Insomnia, anxiety, depression:  Answering questions about insomnia, anxiety, depression, meditation, motivation, relationships, smoking, dreaming, weightloss, obsession, self sabotage, and anything else related to the mind.

Leigh Mansel-Pleydell – 

THE ROLE OF TRAUMA AND CO-DEPENDENCY:   Co-dependency Is the misplaced belief that control of other people and events outside myself will make me happy. A sense of control, or the lack of it, is central to everything you think, feel and do. Co-dependency is a generational and cultural epidemic. The co-dependent is driven by different compulsions (addictions included). The co-dependent is bound and tormented by the way things were in the family of origin. Self-esteem is often a stumbling block for the co-dependent. The co-dependent feels over responsible for others through care taking and enabling behaviour’s.

Natalia Baker – YOUR BODY IN ASCENSION

We are experiencing many ailments and physical conditions plus interminable exhaustion which can sometimes be extreme. Our bodies do not feel like the reliable, sturdy work horses they have always been. Under the influx of huge downloads of light they are in a process of changing their cellular structure. It is helpful to be informed of exactly what is happening in this process and how to deal with it. A further major shift is our relationship to our bodies, releasing an objectified view where there is little or no connection to the physical form as a source of information and a vehicle of feeling. Our development determines a movement into a loving, listening and honouring of the body we chose for this life. This is a relationship which leads us to a connection with all living forms.

Rev John Britz: 

Co-dependence:  While most of us are familiar with the deeper levels of co-dependence such as Feeders and eaters or Dominants and Submissives , there are many layers of co-dependency most of which are subtle and not easily recognised in our daily lives.

Michael Rault

What is the current virus? Why the ecomomic virus? How contagious is this meme?
Who benefits? What is the effect on the classes of the population? Bye bye
middle class.

Sunday: 11am – 12.30

Natalia Baker:

We are experiencing many ailments and physical conditions plus interminable exhaustion which can sometimes be extreme. Our bodies do not feel like the reliable, sturdy work horses they have always been. Under the influx of huge downloads of light they are in a process of changing their cellular structure. It is helpful to be informed of exactly what is happening in this process and how to deal with it. A further major shift is our relationship to our bodies, releasing an objectified view where there is little or no connection to the physical form as a source of information and a vehicle of feeling. Our development determines a movement into a loving, listening and honouring of the body we chose for this life. This is a relationship which leads us to a connection with all living forms.

Michael Rault

Taking time for your life. Confusion regarding selfishness. Moving out the comfort zone. Why bother. Limbic system response. Mastering the law of attraction.

John Britz

So who exactly is “Out there”: , Angels, Ascended Masters, Guides and others.
So many of us are interacting with beings from the non-physical world and perhaps do not really know who we are dealing with. This conversation will try to unpack all the variations of who we might be interacting with, the good, the bad and the ugly, and to find ways to make sure we are keeping in line with our divine purpose

Leigh Mansel-Pleydell

Co-Dependency​: Co-dependency Is the misplaced belief that control of other people and events outside myself will make me happy. A sense of control, or the lack of it, is central to everything you think, feel and do. Co-dependency is a generational and cultural epidemic. The co-dependent is driven by different compulsions (addictions included). The co-dependent is bound and tormented by the way things were in the family of origin. Self-esteem is often a stumbling block for the co-dependent. The co-dependent feels over responsible for others through care taking and enabling behaviour’s.

Andrew Wilding

The Taro of Art and Business – achieving the balance between the Inner Work and the Outer Work

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