During this 2 hour event I begin by reading a poem I penned called "My Name Is Addiction" Next we review how we find Love in our daily lives and how the way we Love effects others. Together we create a Life Chart and review how these events help create who we become. I use my tools to show the difference between a full life and a closed life. We also discuss the two choices we have in life, Love and Fear. I take those two words and expand on the meanings they have, not only on the person but on everyone and every event in our lives. We also discuss Faith, Hope and Forgiveness. We learn what it means to speak from the heart so that we can hear and be heard. We look at how the human brain works and discuss how important our thoughts really are. Then in the end we look at how we can let go of our Pain and the Sorrow and get reacquainted with our loving self.
“Every person has the capacity to transform his or her life and awaken to the new possibilities and potential that lie dormant within.”
As Founding director of the Awakening Heart, Cynthia promotes healthy growth and transformation to families in crisis. Cynthia teaches families practical, recovery-focused lessons and life skills. It is her desire that all families be given the proper tools to aid them during those times of crisis to prevent trauma.
Cynthia is a mother of four, stepmother of two and grandmother of four. Life experience coupled with over 37 years of focused psychological research makes her an invaluable resource in the field of family training and coaching. “I certainly understand the challenges and blessings every family can experience. I do this work because in my day there wasn’t much offered for families in crisis, in school or otherwise. Two decades later, little has changed as families continue to struggle to find support and assistance.
Cynthia’s has blended her background in Nursing and Crisis intervention along with her experiences as a T.I.R Facilitator, Family Crisis Coach, Reiki Master Teacher and Spiritual Life Coach, making her an ideal resource to assist all families in crisis. Her passion and knowledge lies in providing assistance to families burdened by addiction and trauma.
When combating the demons of addiction, Cynthia holds to the philosophy of “keeping the lighthouse lit”. She believes that the lighthouse of strength and compassion found in every parent’s heart must continually burn “so that our children can find their way back home when they are ready.” She further outlines this passion in My Name Is Addiction, a poem Cynthia penned that addresses her personal family struggles with addiction, trauma, her son’s death and the recovery process. Her poetic words seamlessly detail the many facets of addiction within the family unit.
Fee: Private: $80.00
Groups of 4 or more $30.00 per person
To connect with Cynthia Poole, please call 647-218-2676
Contact Cynthia Poole if you are interested in this course, either privately or in a group