Stress management workshop held

2016-02-10 06:00
Photo: tania sandberg Attendees of the workshop on stress management at Kingsburgh Welfare last week.

Photo: tania sandberg Attendees of the workshop on stress management at Kingsburgh Welfare last week.

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KINGSBURGH Child and Family Welfare Society hosted a one-day workshop on stress management last week. The workshop was presented by well-known author and inspirational speaker, Hitesh Surujbally, who is also a shift consultant and hypnosis practitioner.
The purpose of the workshop was to provide real and practical tools that support one in challenging or stressful times.

“The aim is to bring about a shift in one’s awareness about life, and offer support in dealing with all types of stress in our daily life.”

He said the cause of stress is rarely the source of one’s stress.

Surujbally presented a 10-step master plan for living a stress-free life, which included forgiveness, expressing gratitude, changing your life story, learning the three sacred, shifting perceptions, learning to balance your thoughts and emotions, learning eight words that will transform your life, filling your mind with thoughts of peace, love and happiness, the role of surrender, acceptance, faith and allowance and the role of physical activity.

The course was sponsored by AECI.

For further information visit www.hiteshsurujbally.com

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