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Overcoming a dependency or addiction is a master warrior level feat. If you've lived it, you know. Maybe you're new to sobriety, or perhaps you're decades in.
Either way—at some point in the journey—you have to learn how to actually live in the world. To not only survive, but to thrive.
This means reclaiming your power, learning how to cope with a range of emotions, recalibrating your relationships, learning to hear and speak the truth, and renewing your sense of meaning and purpose.
Eric Johnson is an adventurer, writer, and certified coach. He is also the cohost of the podcast “Inside Job”. He draws his inspiration from his background as a leader in corporate America and as a teacher and coach at one of the world’s top business schools. He also believes that Mother Nature and 90's grunge music are among the greatest sources of wisdom available.
Student first, teacher second, Dharamjeev is a heart centered woman who values the inner work that brings about an unshakable trust in one's self. Indigenous teachings, song and ceremony, Kundalini yoga and meditation are ways that she shows up to the path. Dharamjeev's soul purpose is to empower and hold loving space for others to come home to this place in themselves. She lives in a small ocean mountain town on Vancouver Island in Canada.
Identifying and establishing basic grounding practices necessary for safety and growth. We will: discuss trauma: what it is, what it isn't, and how it affects our ability to process and heal; identify your non-negotiables for overall health; work with fear to understand its gift and how to use it.
Understanding the core issues that block our dignity, self-esteem, and right to feel. We will: explore sexuality, emotional capacity, and range - examining the impact of deficient and/or excessive energy in this area; work with guilt and shame to understand their gifts and to use them.
Examining the issue of personal power: what it is, how we get it, how we use it, and why it is critical. We will: explore personal boundaries: how they work and why they're critical in the development of your self-esteem; work with anger to understand its gifts and how to use it.
Opening our capacity to love and be loved. We will: cultivate self-compassion and compassion for others; work with sadness and grief to understand their gifts and how to use them.
The ability to speak and to hear the truth is one of the most vital determinants of our emotional, physical, and spiritual health. We will: examine the principles of truth; utilize the yoga of speech as a tool for defining what needs to be communicated and when; explore methods of self-expression.
Your ability to see things through a lens of clarity, trust your own wisdom, and manifest your visions will determine how high you can soar in sobriety. We will: focus on sleep hygiene and and exploring dreams to tap into the power of the subconscious.
In the final week of the course, you will reflect on your process, establish your support team, and create a vision of your highest expression.
I loved it. It changed my life in profound ways.
Take this course if you are seeking a whole new approach to recovery; one that is built on truth, wisdom, and most importantly, your experience. WATL encourages you to develop your spiritual journey on your own terms and at your own pace while being completely supported.
Having spent my whole life, and specifically the last 5 years just surviving, it has been amazing to actually experience a real shift in my thinking. Very grateful.
This course really helped me to understand the shame I was living in. It helped me identify boundaries that needed to be set. It also really helped me with grief and anger that I had been suppressing.
It completely changed how I view not drinking: not as a matter of willpower, but rather just a change of focus: since life is in focus and drinking blurs it, drinking now looks like such a hassle. Seriously. I think that is really surprising and amazing, and yay!
The course helped me understand myself and my emotions in a way I couldn't access before. Through completing the assignments each week I felt like I was reconnecting with myself in a deeper way. It was such a healing experience."
This is not a "how to get sober" course. The material we cover asks that participants do some heavy emotional lifting, which can be very difficult to do in the earliest stages of sobriety. We recommend students have at least 90 days of continuous sobriety before enrolling, but it is up to each person to determine their readiness.
The course tuition is $749. We do offer payment plans.
All of the video lectures and recorded meditations are taught and led by Laura. Eric Johnson and Dharmajeev Kaur will co-lead the weekly calls and be active in the forum. Our team of mentors will also be there to connect with you on the forum individually, however, 1x1 coaching is not a part of this course.
If you can't make it to the live calls, don't worry! All classes and calls are recorded and posted to the course site and you'll have access to the recordings for one year from the date of purchase. You can also engage in the forum and join in the conversation about the week's topic.
No, our private forum will be on a platform far, far away from Facebook!
The class will be limited to a group size that allows students to feel supported and seen between the live calls and the forum. Our amazing team of mentors are there to help ensure that every student receives the support that they need.
You'll be able to access all of the content on the course site for one full year from the date of purchase.
You actually are a unique unicorn and we value choice. So we’ve created some optionality here for our TLC members.
We're excited to have you. Check out our offerings and choose which makes the most sense for you.