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Tired. Afraid. Stuck.

Enough is enough.

Expert help to give you a hand up to come back stronger, clearer and more courageous.

 

Do any of the below resonate with you?

  • I need to change my experience of life. I can’t live like this any longer.
  • I have to be the best version of myself right now. I can’t afford not to.
  • I am on the verge of something new, a breakthrough. I can feel it. I need all my energy.
  • I am just so tired. I can’t keep this up. It’s too hard.
  • I am not certain exactly where I need to go, but I do know I have to get out of this space I am in.
  • I have to turn myself around – this downward spiral I am in is going to end in the worst possible way.

A whole-self approach and tools that will help you find, release and sustain the flow of energy within and around you to come back, keep walking and live your best life.

Systemic Resilience Program offers you a 20-hour live online self-development program with our expert teachers on 8 resilience-related topics.

Complete the program with 20 hours of direct input from our teachers, 20 pages of insights and tools, and 20 pages of your own guided self-work and journaling to integrate and activate the learning in your life.

“Life will give you whatever experience is most helpful for the evolution of your consciousness. How do you know this is the experience you need?
Because this is the experience you are having at the moment.”

– Eckhart Tolle

All humans naturally possess the basic ingredients of resilience through our brain-body system which allows us to adapt and respond to the everyday stresses and strains of life.

Sometimes, however, we find ourselves in life situations (either chosen or thrust upon us) where we feel we might stumble or even collapse under the pressure. We can rise above these situations by purposefully and mindfully strengthening our resilience capabilities.

The American Psychological Association defines resilience as “the process of adapting well in the face of adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats or significant sources of stress. As much as resilience involves healing and learning from these difficult experiences, it can also involve profound personal growth.”

We could also define resilience as the “capability to persevere and follow through with challenges even when the process becomes difficult and uncomfortable”, or “to become strong, healthy, or successful again after something bad happens.”

Building resilience to rise above and even to thrive when experiencing significant challenges, stress and pressure requires that we understand our innate capabilities and how to summon our whole potential – mental, biological and spiritual – as an integrated resilient system.

We live in a challenging world. Do you want to survive, or do you want to live your best life?

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Session 1. Understanding how my brain works. Dr Lehan Stemmet 26 June 2022 | 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM

[Dr Lehan Stemmet] I have a tool in my skull that extends into and throughout my body as the brain-body system that is there for me to master and use. I feel completely controlled by the steady stream of thoughts and emotions that arise from my “mind”, and even believe “I am these thoughts and emotions”. The truth is that thoughts and emotions are the creation of the mind based on a programme that runs on default in the background – unconsciously and subconsciously.

  • What is resilience?
  • Am I really the master of my mind and the creator of my experience?
  • How the brain works – three levels of brain and function for my daily experience and the impact on my resilience.
  • What is ego / identity? Is it really who I am? What role does it play in my creation of experience and reaction to the “world”?
  • How to use the brain-body system to build resilience – changing behaviour to change the way I feel, what I experience and how I perceive my reality.
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Session 2. The spiritual knowing. Michael Vandenberg 30 June 2022 | 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

[Michael Vandenberg] I know there is more to me than physical form, thought and emotion. I am connected with and part of more than my brain can perceive – greater consciousness, universe, spirit, God, higher power. I feel threatened, afraid, exhausted, trapped or limited because I identify only with my ego programme, my thoughts and emotions. What is the metaphysical and spiritual awakening as it relates to my experience of life and being?

What am I? Who am I? If I am not my body, thoughts, mind, emotions, feelings or ego. If I am not my family, status, job, money, house or car. If I am not my situation, disease, comfort or discomfort. If I am not all these things, then what, or who, am I? What can I depend on if I can’t depend on “myself”?

  • “The universe and I and you are all energy and are connected”. What does this really mean?
  • Do I really “vibrate” at a frequency? What are these frequencies and why do they matter?
  • Fear, love and resilience.
  • Presence and resilience
  • Acceptance / non-judgement and resilience
  • Abundance / potential and resilience
  • Faith and resilience
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Session 3. Creating new habits for personal change. Louise Mowbray 3 July 2022 | 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

[Louise Mowbray] Becoming incrementally more resilient requires me to create and STICK TO some new habits. My experience is that I commit totally to new, exciting, life-changing behaviour, and then for some reason I let them slip and I soon find myself back in the groove of what I was doing before. Frustrated and disappointed.

How can I be so committed to changing something, and then just give up so easily? And this happens with my goals too. How do I set myself up to follow through so I can really experience the benefit of sustainable, purpose-driven and meaningful personal change?

  • Understanding the gentle discipline of personal transformation.
  • How to create new habits and rituals that last.
  • The science / biology of goal-achievement.
  • Identifying limiting self-beliefs and self-talk, and replacing them with empowering self-beliefs and self-talk.
  • Establishing a sustainable personal plan for my resilience-building habits.
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Session 4. Conscious manifestation and radical gratitude. Jonti Mayer 5 July 2022 | 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

[Jonti Mayer] I have heard so much about manifestation and the power of attraction. I have also read some of the books – like The Secret, The Power Of Now, The Power Of Your Subconscious Mind, You Can Heal Your Life, Think And Grow Rich, The Attractor Factor and Meta Human.

Does it work? How does “thoughts become things, and what we think about we bring about” work?

Manifestation is a combination of desire, gratitude, goal-setting, visualisation, mindset, positive thoughts, habitual behaviour and affirmation. It’s not a case of closing my eyes and hoping that I win the lottery. It’s a practice to live by that will empower me to be the best version of myself and live the life I desire.

  • The science and biology of manifestation
  • Understanding the full power of desire
  • A practical guide to manifestation

 

 

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Session 5. Nutrition and recovery. Candice Johnsen 7 July 2022 | 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

[Candice Johnsen] I am part biological machine and part spiritual being – and I am never “off”. I am always running – sometimes in overdrive and near-burn out mode, sometimes in cruise and sometimes in maintenance mode. Like every machine or being, I need fuel and recovery. The quality of the fuel determines how well I run. There are many correlations between my diet and gut health, what and how I think, how I feel, and how I ultimately behave, and this all has a significant impact on my resilience.

Also, when I am not getting enough good quality sleep, I tend to be more reactive and impulsive and my rational and creative thinking and decision-making is impaired. Poor recovery periods mean that my brain-body system’s natural process of homeostasis (maintaining a balance and returning to an optimal performance state) is compromised, and I literally can’t be my best self.

  • The relationship between food, mood and resilience – the downward and the upward spiral.
  • The link between food, gut health, neurotransmitters, and ultimately how and what we think and feel.
  • How the typical standard diet is depleting my resilience.
  • Sleep, recovery and maintaining balance.
  • Other forms of recovery – exercise and meditation.
  • Building sleep, recovery and nutrition habits as a foundation for resilience.
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Session 6. Meditation as a daily anchor. Michael Vandenberg 9 July 2022 | 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM

[Michael Vandenberg] I know I should be meditating. Consciousness is often likened to a stream, shifting and changing smoothly as it passes over the terrain. Meditation is a deliberate way of changing the course and energy of this stream, altering how I perceive and respond to the world around me.

Through meditation I access a stillness of mind and a quality of consciousness that radically improves my ability to create, to act and respond in this world, and objectively be aware of and affect the brain-body system.

  • Understanding different types of meditation.

  • What happens in the brain-body system in meditation?

  • How meditation creates wakefulness and awareness.

  • Introducing a daily habit of meditation.

 

 

 

 

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Session 7. Maintaining resilience through community and connection. Louise Mowbray 14 July 2022 | 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

[Louise Mowbray] Social relationships and being in community with others has always been a source of some comfort and happiness for me. Now I especially realise how important it is as part of my personal resilience building and maintenance. I must seek out and maintain connection with trustworthy and compassionate people that show love and trust, provide role models and offer perspective, encouragement and reassurance.

“How resilient we are may have as much to do with our social milieu and circle of support as it does with our personal strengths” – Jill Suttie

  • The relationship between food, mood and resilience – the downward and the upward spiral.
  • The link between food, gut health, neurotransmitters, and ultimately how and what we think and feel.
  • How the typical standard diet is depleting my resilience.
  • Sleep, recovery and maintaining balance.
  • Other forms of recovery – exercise and meditation.
  • Building sleep, recovery and nutrition habits as a foundation for resilience.
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Session 8. Programme integration. Paul van Musschenbroek 17 July 2022 | 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

[Paul van Musschenbroek] My eyes have been opened to a better way of seeing and living every day, and I am excited about implementing the insights and tools into my life. But there is so much! Should I be doing it all? What should I be doing first? How do I integrate this into my life in a way that is meaningful and sustainable?

And there is more I still want to explore and learn about certain topics we have covered on this program. How do I do that?

  • Where is my consciousness drawing me? Am I listening?

  • Reflecting again on why I joined this program.

  • A reminder of the systemic nature of being resilient.

  • What are my next steps?

  • A sustainable daily program – revisiting the self-work journal.

  • Participating in the Systemic Resilience community.

Why should you participate in this program?

You recently had that intuitive knowing about a situation in your life that “now is the time for me to change this, to really make things happen”. But down the line you find yourself in the same place, or in limbo somewhere between where you were and where you’re going, frustrated at your limited progress. Somehow blocked, stuck, stalling.

Or you feel depleted. “I can’t do this for much longer, I can’t keep it up, it’s just too hard”. You feel you may quit, throw in the towel, despite knowing deep down that you can’t. You MUST stay standing and keep going. But you just can’t seem to summon up enough hope or energy to stay or get back on track.

Or you have made a big life decision, you have a brilliant idea you want to turn into reality, you know you are on the verge of great things and want to give yourself the best chance of following though successfully. To do that you need to maintain that magical, creative, positive energy and not get knocked down by the many challenges and difficulties you may encounter on the way.

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