02 Mar Kelley Alexander- Self-Empowered Wisdom with Dr. Joe Dispenza and Gregg Braden
Kelley Alexander, Director of The Sanctuary at Sedona will be the opening keynote speaker for the Self-Empowered Wisdom with Dr. Joe Dispenza and Gregg Braden this weekend, March 6-8, 2015 in Sedona, AZ. Kelley will be setting the tone for the “Self-Empowered Wisdom” weekend by tying in the topics Gregg Braden and Dr. Joe Dispenza will be discussing. The subject of this weekend’s event on Self-Empowered Wisdom is directly linked to the work by The Sanctuary at Sedona.
The Sanctuary at Sedona is a Non 12 Step Addiction Recovery Center. Our non 12-step holistic addiction recovery program includes components on the cutting edge of neuroscience, such as neuroplasticity and epigenetics. Our experts include specialists in many fields; allopathic and naturopathic medicine, as well as Psychology, Psychiatry, counseling, energy medicine, integrative body work, and so much more. Our focus on; Repair the Brain, Heal the Body, Recover the Soul, will help lead you to identify and resolve underlying issues and root causes, which opens a path for sustainable life changes.
Kelley’s talk will touch on:
- “Exploring How Addiction is a Conditioned Coping Mechanism”
- Addiction has been labeled a moral weakness, a mental disorder and even a disease. What if instead addictions were learned coping mechanisms to help a person survive the conditioned subconscious disempowering and destructive beliefs that fundamentally effect how they feel about themselves and the world?
In this talk, Kelley will explore the new Addiction Recovery Paradigm. In this paradigm, addiction “treatment” or “recovery” is not about symptom management but rather about identifying and transforming the core thoughts and beliefs that create the internal suffering that addictions attempt to alleviate. So the old adage “once and addict, always an addict” is simply not true.
Details and Registration can be found at www.stellarproductionslive.com or by calling 928-451-4670 or 602-799-1617
Information for The Sanctuary at Sedona, www.sanctuary.net 928-639-1300