The Toolkit for Sustained Personal Change

What is the course?

The Toolkit for Sustained Personal Change arose from my own quest to find answers in my life as to why patterns of negative behaviour kept repeating in my life and how I could change them. The Toolkit draws on a number of different sources and modalities that I have experimented with and codified to make lasting and sustained change in my own life. Although these modalities have a strong evidential base, what I offer here is a practical Toolkit that is ready to go with a minimum of fuss, simply a certain level of commitment, a willingness to use the techniques as offered and a strong desire to make changes in your life. It is a Toolkit that can help you to transform your life and start on a journey of healing yourself.

Is the course for you?

Do you see certain negative patterns in your life that keep repeating and you are not quite sure why, or how to address them? Then this course is for you! It is for people who wish to empower themselves, embark on their own journey of healing and gain a certain sense of control over their lives. It is for people who have the ability and willingness to commit to action, to give time and effort to one of the single most important processes of our time on this Earth, personal growth.  Anyone with an open-mind and the desire to change themselves for the better will benefit from this course. The course is built around specific journalling techniques and creative visualisation meditations.

Why enroll on the course?

You feel that there are negative patterns of behaviour in your life that you have a partial understanding of, and that they often hijack your actions. You have the desire to change these patterns, a willingness to commit time and energy to changing yourself but lack the tools necessary to do so.

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Course Overview

Week one

  • Journalling I: Identifying your values
  • Journalling II: Reflective Journalling to identify the entrenched patterns of behaviour
  • Introduction to Anapanasiti (Mindfulness with Breathing)
  • Negotiating your new routine
  • Strategies to organise the mind and life in a more structured manner

Week two

  • Journalling III: Understanding the Meta-Script Method
  • Journalling IV: Writing a Letter to your Subconscious
  • Journalling V: Using the Meta-Script Method
  • Anapanasiti: Further points

Week three

  • Creative Visualisation Meditations: Getting Started
  • Creative Visualisation Meditations: The Healing Journey
  • Creative Visualisation Meditations: Blueprint of your Inner Sanctuary

Week four

  • Creative Visualisation Meditations: Creating your Inner Sanctuary
  • Creative Visualisation Meditations: Metta (Loving-Kindness) Meditation
  • Questions for the dialoguing process

Week five

  • Creative Visualisation Meditations: Dialoguing with the Family of the Subconscious Parts I, II and III

Week six

  • Creative Visualisation Meditations: Dialoguing with the Family of the Subconscious Part IV
  • Notes for Journalling Long-Term

Bonus Week

  • Extended Q and A

Course Launch

If you are interested please leave your name and email at the bottom of the page and you will be contacted with further details when the next course launches.

How the course is delivered

The course is delivered through a combination of weekly e-books, videos and a one-hour Q&A session the following weekend. There is also a pod-system in which you can discuss the material with other participants and be accountable to each other.

Week one you will receive the e-book and the videos of the material on the Saturday morning. The following Saturday morning there will be the Q&A session for week one and an hour after the end of the week one Q&A the material for week two will be released, this format will continue until week six. After the week six material has been released there will be an extended Q&A session two weeks later.

Your commitment during the course

  1. Approximately 3-5 hours per week for the duration of the course. My suggestion would be 1-2 hours per day at the weekend and 2 or 3 half hour (or longer) sessions during the week examining and implementing the material.
  2. In addition, you will spend about 15 minutes a day journalling.
  3. Additionally it is suggested that you set aside at least two half hour sessions for meditation.
  4. I ask you attend and engage with the hour-long Q&As each Saturday from week 2 to 6 and then a 90 minute Q&A session two weeks after the end of the course.
  5. It’s suggested that you meet with your pod via WhatsApp or Zoom for 30-60 minutes once a week before the Q&A session.

Note on the course

I am a Buddhist having taken refuge in Northern Thailand in 2012. The meditations that I offer are common in the Buddhist traditions of Asia, but they are NOT Buddhist meditations per se. Meditation, although a fundamental aspect of the Buddhist traditions, are not the ‘intellectual property’ of Buddhism or Buddhists, but are part of our common human heritage. Meditation can be practiced by people of any religious tradition, atheists, or agnostics. No specific belief is required, simply an open and inquiring mind, a certain level of commitment of time and energy, and a willingness to explore the techniques as provided. I may refer to certain aspects of Buddhism which specifically related to meditation techniques, but this is not a course in Buddhism, and I am not attempting to convert anyone to Buddhism.


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