REWRITE YOUR LIFE
A different kind of workshop. Happening soon at…
Plume Vineyard Restaurant, Matakana, Auckland
March 14, 2018 – 10.30am to 3.30pm
Next month I’m diving deeper than ever before into my how-to-write teaching.
It’s happening because my friend Janis Grummitt, who is highly skilled in the field of good brain health, has asked me to join her in presenting a day that will impress you with the positive power of writing things down.
We all know the process is good for setting future plans in place.
But did you know it can also work in addressing bad old beliefs and conditioning that may be holding you back?
We’re calling it Rewrite Your Life – a workshop that will help you transform your recall of past negative life experiences into new, more positive memories.
Strip those once-hurtful moments of their emotional charge and you’ll emerge refreshed and confident that they won’t trouble or hinder you again.
Rewrite Your Life is at Matakana’s lovely Plume Vineyard Restaurant. There we can get away from everyday distractions to talk, remember and write in tranquil surroundings – and enjoy a super two-course lunch as well.
We’d love you to join us for a journey into your past to improve how you see your future.
There’s more detail on Janis’s Wiring Warrior website and you can book there too.
TESTIMONIALS FROM PREVIOUS WORKSHOPS
“Inspiring. You opened up ideas and provided inspiration I wasn’t even looking for. I have taken away many helpful new ideas. Thank you for your warmth and passion.” – Penny Kennings
“I was surprised at how easy it was to write. You drew it out of us so easily with your love of life and words – thoroughly enjoyed the day and would love to do more.” – Mary Ashby-Green
“I attended to get inspiration from Lindsey to return to my regular writing. I learned from everyone at the table. The safe space to write creatively was most appreciated and I have written every morning this week. Am very thankful.” – Brenda James
“I think I have found the key to unlock all the amazing experiences of my life. I now know I have a starting point.” – Karen Robertson
“It was writing in colour, with lots of lessons learnt.” – Madeleine Calder
“The inspiration, guidance and literary influence I gained from your workshop aroused and re-ignited my long dormant creativity into activity.” – Marilynna Burton.