Free Wholeness Webinar
Join Connirae Andreas, developer of this new method, for this 70 minute introduction to the Wholeness Work.
What is it?
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In this Free Webinar…
- You’ll be guided in group exercise so you can experience the first steps of this process yourself.
- Observe a brief demonstration of the first Wholeness method.
Most People Who Learn & Use the Wholeness Work Experience
- A deep relaxation and resetting of the nervous system
- A natural melting away of many issues that previously seemed like intractable problems
- Increased sense of well-being
- Greater access to a natural wisdom, compassion, humor, and creativity
- And more…
Connirae Andreas, Ph.D., is an internationally known trainer and developer of NLP whose work has helped define and broaden the field. She is best known for her development of the groundbreaking Core Transformation process, a method of gentle and profound transformation through accessing states of Peace, Oneness, and Presence (1989). Dr. Andreas is co-author of many books and training manuals, including Heart of the Mind, an engaging introduction and accessible “handbook” of key NLP methods. She and husband, Steve Andreas, have been influential in bringing NLP into greater public awareness: together, they created the classic Bandler-Grinder books Frogs into Princes, Trance-Formations, Reframing, and others, and improved the quality of NLP training worldwide as their NLP Training Manuals, books, and learning materials have become templates for many trainers around the globe. Their work has been translated into over 15 languages. Connirae’s developments also include the NLP grief process, timeline change work (with husband Steve Andreas), advanced language patterns, and parenting methods. With her most recent work, The Wholeness Work, Connirae once again has created a simple and precise method for experiencing what spiritual teachings talk about, in such a way that it transforms and heals our life “suffering.” In addition to the Andreas NLP Trainings website, the work of Dr. Andreas can be found at: