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Healing Your Heart After Loss

  • Two Tales Suite 2/ 399 New North Road Kingsland, Auckland 1021 New Zealand (map)


SATURDAY 23 JUNE 2018: 3PM - 7PM

TWO TALES: Suite 2/ 399 New North Road, Kingsland, Auckland 1021

Are you grieving the loss of a loved one, a job or career, your health, a relationship, or a pet?

If you are finding it difficult to move beyond the loss, this workshop may help you to heal.

Learn the ideas and techniques to heal your heart and find acceptance of the loss and joy in life again.

In this workshop you will experience:

  • The power of sharing with others who are also dealing with loss
  • Meditation for finding peace
  • Forgiveness work
  • A releasing ritual
  • Affirmations for healing
  • New ways to give love to yourself and enjoy your life again

Come along and heal from the synergy of the group. This workshop will be facilitated by Dr Anitha, who is a Medical Doctor and Surgeon, a Licensed Heal Your Life (C) Workshop Leader and an Accredited Life Coach.

More about Dr Anitha


 “The workshop was an eye opener. It helped create awareness about certain limiting beliefs I’ve been carrying with me and provided me with tools to erase those beliefs and slowly replace them with healthier ones. Anitha did a great job in creating the space for me to undertake that journey with her guidance. I would highly recommend Anitha’s workshop to anybody looking to tap into their real potential and take control of their lives.”

-        Anonymous, Romania.

“I am first very proud and happy to see you Anitha doing something that you love. This workshop definitely brings insights to areas in my own life and I am grateful that I made time to come for myself today. You are amazing and absolutely great at what you do!”

-        NB, Malaysia.

“Very calming atmosphere maintained and meditation music used was good. Even though I didn’t know what to expect, it was soul fulfilling and thank you for this.”

-        PM, Malaysia.

Earlier Event: June 22
Later Event: June 27
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