Write to Release
POSITIVE THOUGHT HEALING THROUGH EXPRESSIVE WRITING WORKSHOP
Have you ever considered offering wellbeing sessions into your workplace or groups?
Have you thought about how beneficial this can be for your staff and community members mental health?
Can you imagine how incredible it would be to give your employees the opportunity to have a better work mindset, for individuals to have happier relationships and home life?
Write to Release is an effective practical tool to help support emotional healing through expressive writing.
It can help to build self- esteem and confidence giving you the opportunity to be free to express yourself in a non-judgemental way, and to acknowledge and process your emotions.
Every problem has a solution and writing is just one of the ways to help focus the mind
Writing is simple tool that we use every day in life, whether that be pen to paper or using the computer but, it can also be quiet challenging. Writing out a shopping list, jotting down reminders on notepads, sending someone a happy birthday message in a card, these are easy writing tasks, but when it comes to writing about our feelings and emotions that can be a whole new ball game.
We tend to put a lot of pressure on ourselves when it comes to writing about how we feel, what’s going on in our mind, the pain we are going through, or even afraid because it means we must face things that we may not want to. If we bury our head in the sand and don’t see what’s really going on, then, it’s not happening.
When we hold onto situations that have happened in the past and letting those feelings build up inside, this can have more of an impact on us later in life.
Imagine a volcano...
...when it gets triggered, it starts to bubble, and the lava starts to rise and rise and eventually BOOM it’s going to explode, that’s a bit like us when we hold on to all those thoughts and feelings and we just don’t know what to do with them, they can erupt just like the volcano and maybe not in a good way, and we don’t want that to happen.
The Power of Positive Thinking Can Help Improve Your Family life, Health, Career, And Moods.
If you find it difficult to express how you are feeling verbally then I encourage you to write them down.
Releasing those unwanted thoughts and feelings in a positive way can be freeing and empowering.
I may not be a doctor, psychiatrist, or phycologist, but I am someone who knows how healing it can be when we allow ourselves to let go of the thoughts in our mind that torment us.
Every Thought Creates A Feeling. Every Feeling Creates An Emotion. Every Emotion Creates A Reaction or Behaviour.
For example: Bullying in the workplace is a big problem which can have a massive impact on your mental health and wellbeing.
Employees and colleagues who are too afraid to say anything in the risk of losing their job, the job that they need to pay the bills, or fearful that they will make the situation worse by speaking out, so what happens, they suffer in silence, which I have to say NO ONE should EVER be put in this situation whether it’s at work or at home. There should never be an excuse for this kind of behaviour
You may be feeling overwhelmed by too much of a workload that’s weighing you down, deadlines that must be met.
Feeling the strains and stresses of home life, finding it hard to cope with everyday tasks, relationships, finances. This also influences our mental health, so you need to protect it.
Writing down how you are feeling can be a release from the pressure cooker that’s waiting to explode in your mind, it may not solve the problem straight away, but it will certainly help to have a better mindset.
It is scientifically proven that writing can help us to heal
There is physical as well as emotional benefits to writing, It’s like a magic ingredient.
Not only does it strengthen the immune system, lowers blood pressure, reduces stress and anxiety, but expressive writing can also assist in regulating emotions. It helps to manage your feelings.
Some of the world’s greatest writers used the written word as a means of dealing with their own demon.
Working in a large group can sometimes feel a bit intimidating...
... which is why I only work in a small intimate group of six people in any one session. This gives you the chance to to release everything that has become emotionally stuck. Remember, nobody is going to see what you write so you can be as honest and open as you want to.
Healing comes from making peace with the past and taking charge of your life
What brings unhappiness are the negative thoughts we have going on in our mind, the pain we are carrying around, therefore, it is important to release and let go so you can have a peaceful mind. This does not mean letting go of a loved one that has died.
When we have a peaceful mind, we have a peaceful heart and that is the intention of this workshop, to get you to that place. I can give you the tools and techniques but it’s up to you to get the results.
How writing became my saviour
No one can really understand the adversity and challenges you go through, unless, they have been through them themselves. I have had so many curve balls thrown at me just like you have.
Emotional Trauma. Physical, Mental Verbal Abuse. Anxiety. Stress. Depression. Loss. The feeling of loneliness. Ill Health.
The thoughts I was having made me feel like there was just no way out, that no one, or anything could help me. My mental health was all over the place. Nobody can possibly understand, and then I found writing, or should I say, writing found me!
As an author, I know how powerful and empowering the written can be especially when they are your own written words. That’s why I created this workshop so you can release and express how you are feeling.
Write to Release has helped many individuals to express themselves by using their authentic voice through writing, to help take back control of their thoughts, to have good mental health, to be happier and stronger.
What people are saying...
This is what you can expect from the workshop...
Confidentiality is key and that is what you will have in this workshop
Breathing exercise and a short meditation to help release any stress and anxieties
A personal space and privacy where you can feel safe to release your thoughts and feelings
A small intimate group of six people in any one session
The words that you write will be destroyed in the session by shredding or ripping up the paper, nobody will ever know what your private thoughts and feelings are, this is part of letting go.
A Write to Release ™ journal to take home
At the end of the workshop, you will feel at least one of these:
CALMNESS, RELIEF, CLARITY, RELEASE, UPLIFTED, FREE, ENLIGHTENED, EMPOWERED, HEALED, ACCEPTANCE & HEALING, LIGHTER, FEEL COMPLETELY DIFFERENT, FEEL AT PEACE, WEIGHT LIFTED OFF THE SHOULDERS, FOCUSED.
Thanks and gratitude.
We end the workshop with thanks and gratitude for our journey and our healing.
This Write to Release ™ Expressive Writing Workshop is £270.00 for 6 people.
Plus Travel Expenses (please email). This is within a 20-mile radius of St. Albans.
(Please note: If outside the 20-mile radius please contact Jenny).
Are You Ready To Transform Your Life?
What Are The Benefits Of Expressive Writing
To identify emotions and experiences
To recognise and become aware of these emotions and experiences
To authentically express yourself though your writing
To develop good mental health
To build self esteem
To help deal with trauma
Support the expression of your feelings
Scientifically proven that writing can help us to heal
Strengthening the immune system
Lowers blood pressure
Reduces stress and anxiety
Improves overall wellbeing
Enhances personal empowerment
Never let your thoughts & feelings torment you!
Release & Let Them Go
It's time to take control of your life
- Write to Release ™
Are you ready?
The Write to Release ™ workshop/materials are sold with the understanding the Jenny Ford is not engaged in rendering medical, psychological, or any other mental health professional services. If the individual/s require expert assistance or counselling, the services of a competent professional should be sought.