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Wednesday 18th February 2015
It’s fairly common for women who’ve had emotionally traumatic experiences to yoke themselves to the past and thereby limit their future life chances. There is a way out, however, and Godllywood, the UCKG HelpCentre’s women’s group, will be sharing some tried and tested answers, at its upcoming Inner Healing Seminar.
The seminar, which is free and for women only, takes placeat the Rainbow Theatre, Finsbury Park, on Saturday 21 February from 4pm until 6pm. International author and TV personality Nanda Bezerra, will be the main speaker, and she and supporting speakers will be providing guidance and real life examples of how to throw off the past for once and for all.
One case study will show women how to let go of stifling grudges and love and value themselves. Another will deal with the pain of betrayal and tell why the solution is to forgive the betrayer. Others will deal with instances of emotionally crippling hurt and abuse.
Explaining the rationale for the event, Flávia Barcelos, leader of Godllywood in the UK said: “Living in the past – that is reliving all the past hurts and bad experiences on a daily basis – prevents thousands of women from living, and being happy today.
“We aim to provide all women attending the event, with a tool that they will use to stop that from happening. Happiness is possible for women who have been badly hurt throughout their lives.”
She added that the Inner Healing seminar is for all women. As it aims to address issues related to past hurts and bad experiences in life, so women who have been there or know someone in those circumstances are particularly welcome and most likely to benefit.
The seminar will end with prayers.
Notes to editors
UCKG is a Christian church and registered charity that offers a range of practical support activities alongside spiritual support and comfort and welcomes all-comers. It reached the UK in 1995 and has gone from strength to strength, providing support and spreading the Christian faith. There are UCKG HelpCentre branches in England and Wales.
Godllywood supports girls and women in choosing their life values wisely. It helps women develop and restore family ties that have withered under the pressures of modern life in the context of confident and fulfilling lives.
For further information please contact the UCKG HelpCentre Press Officer via e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org or direct line 020 7686 6033.