The Ultimate Eye-Gazing Meditation Workshop
What you'll learn
- How to practice eye-gazing meditation
- How to enhance levels of intimacy in your relationships
- How to establish deep connections with others using an integrative eye-gazing meditation system
- How to heal relational traumas through eye-gazing meditation
- How to help other people experience more intimacy in their relationships
- How to lead eye-gazing meditation workshops and groups
- How to use eye-gazing meditation for spiritual growth, insight, and self-knowledge
- A Basic Preliminary Understanding of Meditation Is Useful But Not Essential
This course presents an integrative and systematic approach to Eye-Gazing Meditation (EGM). The approach is simple, straightforward, and can be enjoyed by just about anyone!
Eye-Gazing Meditation is a uniquely interpersonal and relational approach to meditation that, very quickly, produces profound experiences of intimacy, connection, and insight for those who engage in it. Somehow it has gone largely unnoticed by both the general public, academic researchers and clinicians: I hope this course will change that!
The course takes the format of a 'Question & Answer' workshop and between each of the twenty videos is a quick learning activity that will help you to get the most from the course.
This approach to Eye-Gazing Meditation allows you to:
· Create experiences of deep intimacy with your partner
· Foster an authentic connection with your partner
· Gain profound insights into the nature of Being
· Heal relational traumas that block genuine intimacy
This course is most suitable for:
1. Couples seeking to strengthen their relationship
2. Those hoping to run group workshops and group therapy work
3. Use as a therapeutic intervention in counselling and therapy work with couples and families
4. Individuals who seek a deeper ontological understanding
It is also my hope that this approach to meditation (which is so focussed on creating a sense of connection) might have massive untapped potential when it comes to healing some of the divisions that we see emerging in our communities, societies and species as a whole.
To this end I invite you to join me in experimenting with this innovative approach to interpersonal healing so that you can not only enjoy more intimate and meaningful connections in your own life but share this powerful meditation system with people in your life and your community.
By the end of this course you'll be able to approach Eye-Gazing Meditation with confidence, help others couples to discover the benefits of the practice, and have sufficient knowledge to run your own Eye-Gazing Meditation workshops.
Who this course is for:
- Adults with an interest in improving their relationships and experiencing deeper levels of intimacy in their life
- Those interested in spirituality, self-knowledge, mystical insight and the pursuit of Truth
- Relationship counsellors, couples therapists & family therapists
- Clinical Psychologists, counsellors & psychotherapists
- People interested in approaches to healing relational trauma
Adam Godwin (MA) is from Oxford in The United Kingdom
Adam has studied philosophy and psychology for over fifteen years and his academic focus has been phenomenology, metaphysics, ontology, existentialism and clinical psychology. His overarching specialism is comparative clinical psychology and the history of psychotherapy.
Moreover, he is a specialist in the study of comparative mystical traditions with extensive personal experience with Zazen (Soto Zen Buddhist meditation), mindfulness meditation, and ecstatic dance. This passion for the study of mystical traditions is also rooted in an enduring love for mystical poetry from the Christian, Taoist, Buddhist & Sufi traditions.
BA - Psychology & Philosophy (The University of Reading, UK)
MA - Philosophy (The University of Reading, UK)
CPPD - Clinical Hypnosis (The London College of Clinical Hypnosis)
PGCE - Secondary Education - Philosophy & Religious Studies (Liverpool Hope University)
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[Mainly working with those diagnosed with schizophrenia and 'personality disorders']
Supported Housing Support Worker (2 Years)
[Working with homeless people suffering from drug and alcohol addictions]
Academic Support & Social Mentor (2 Years)
[Supporting undergraduate and postgraduate university students in need of assistance with their learning]
Secondary School Teacher (4 Years)
[Teaching Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology & Religious Studies in a British state secondary school (12-18 year-olds)]
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Other Relevant Experiences:
"I have spent 6 months training in mindfulness-based meditation techniques in a Soto Zen Buddhist Monastery in the UK
I also frequently attend conferences and healing festivals in order to learn about a wide variety of approaches to alternative healing and therapy
I have a longstanding passion for philosophy and psychology and my overarching aim is to share that passion with people around the world via professionally-designed online courses."