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Fear Hack

16th May 2018 · 5:30pm - 9:00pm

In person | Virtual event

 Fear Hack

In the Fear Hack we talk about the things that stop us doing what we’d really like to be doing. By sharing our fears and talking about them they become clearer. We end the workshop by having a conversation with our fear itself.

We answer questions like these: Where do our fears come from and how do they end up having such an effect on us? Why do we “fight” them and is there another way? What is the difference between fear in the moment and anxiety about a future event – how do we cope with each better?

The Fear Hack is a chance to look at your fears differently. We do some exercises and we talk about what the group finds out. It tends to be a transformative experience. We not only see our fears more clearly but we also get an insight into how others feel.

It’s important that we do this in a group. We have found that we each can play a role in helping each other. Some of the most powerful insights we can get come from others. Most importantly, it’s a safe place to work with what bothers you most.

The format has been developed and refined over the past two years.

This session will be run by Hilary Gallo.

Ultimately, we seek to make fear into your friend, a valuable resource that you can work with in the future.

The Fear Hack runs for just under 3 hours with a break (arrive from 5.30pm for a 6pm start).

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