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Live & free event for FacebookSaturday May 12th & June 9th 10am-12 pm ‘Absent Father, Angry Father’ focuses on boys who were raised without fathers and healing the psychological issues it can create.Vast amounts of research and many horrific statistics tell us that boys raised without fathers are more likely to drop out of school, more likely to develop addiction problems and more likely to be incarcerated. Much of the psycho-analytic literature implies that the quality of the attachment is linked to maladaptive patterns or disturbances.What is the good news?SEE DETAILS

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Forgiveness Empowerment is a one day course, focused around specific issues. ‘Absent Father, Angry Father’ focuses on boys who were raised without fathers and healing the psychological issues it can create.Vast amounts of research and many horrific statistics tell us that boys raised without fathers are more likely to drop out of school, more likely to develop addiction problems, more likely to be incarcerated and to have altered brain structure. Much of the psycho-analytic literature implies that the quality of the attachment is linked to maladaptive patterns or disturbances.In thisSEE DETAILS <span class="more-link-hover-i...

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What impact do the undertones of racism, oppression and being classed as ‘other’ have on the BAME community? How does it affect our mind, body, and our confidence? Are we even fully aware of it?  Our families as well as ourselves may suffer but rarely discuss it. Why is this, and what would it look like if we could tackle these issues by bringing them to light through mindfulness? This is an opportunity to spend the day in a safe meditative space, addressing these situations relevant to our communities, and receivingSEE DETAILS

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The New Forest is home to some of the UK’s most beautiful countryside. We are delighted to host the first annual people of colour retreat in the New Forest as part of the mindfulness network for people of colour.We would like to provide this space to re-boot, rekindle our meditation practice and recharge. We are placing the emphasis on having a full 48 hours of being well-fed, getting good sleep, Live music,  good company, and enjoying meditation and walks. Our aims and themes for this weekend will entail walking andSEE DETAILS

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