During childhood, you constructed a set of beliefs about your world. Based on your personal experiences, you made decisions about who you are and what you are capable of. You formulated your beliefs about men, woman, family, love, money, success, and failure. Those beliefs became your “owner’s manual” which has served to guide you, help you make sense of the world and keep you safe.
However, this owner’s manual has a flaw: It was written, not by the adult that you are, but by the child that you were. Sometimes the old rules about how to navigate life may seem to apply, and at other time, you may feel lost with no answers. It is almost as if your owner’s manual is missing something – and that “something” is the key to a better life.
The concepts taught in The Breakthrough Weekend are based in psychology, having been designed around the studies of Alfred Adler and his protégé Rudolf Dreikurs, both notable psychologist of their time. Adler, the father of individual psychology, believed that the events one experiences during childhood have a strong impact on the decisions one makes about life. Decisions you made as a child have become the foundation of your private belief system, and may have served you well as a child, but now may inhibit your ability to live the life you desire today. The Breakthrough Weekend will assist you in examining those out-dated beliefs and offer tools to help you choose new beliefs…..allowing for success in choosing joy, peace and closeness with others.