SHOWME TAOWAY ACADEMY
A mindfulness method that balances emotions.
"Don't let go of your emotions,
embrace them and they will let go of you"
ShowMe TaoWay (SMTW) is a mindfulness tool that deals with conflict by unravelling core beliefs and creating new patterns of thinking
A “GYM” for your mind and a “GPS” for your soul;
SMTW encourages you to explore relationships from different perspectives by integrating three pillars of knowledge.
The SMTW process leads you step by step to release limiting beliefs and behavioral patterns to create breakthroughs.
Use SMTW to manage difficult situations or as an icebreaker in social settings.
SMTW is a playful and effective tool that makes use of real life situations to master the art of living conflict free.
Break limiting patterns, identify what's hidden.
"When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be"
Once upon a time two women met in a coffee shop…
They did not set out to develop a method, they simply played with their ideas and shared insights.
Overtime they realized that through receiving and giving of one and other's knowledge, wisdom, and respect a powerful tool for self investigation came into existence.
Today SMTW is in the process of gaining scientific interest as well as a reputation among therapists and individuals interested in personal development through mindfulness.
Change your relationship with your conflicts.
"If all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail"
SHOWME Practitioners are highly trained individuals with various backgrounds, degrees and experiences who have come together to support a common goal of sharing and practicing the SHOWME method among themselves, clients and future practitioners alike.
SWTW should be facilitated by a trained practitioner for optimal results, and each and every one from our team has completed the essential sessions and practice needed to be able to teach the SHOWME method.
Weaken old patterns of thinking, form new patterns.
“The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking.
It cannot be changed without changing our thinking”