Unself Confidence is an effort to realize the depth of our worth through the eyes of God – to know ourselves apart from relational, parental, occupational, or community status so that we can remember to whom we belong and function accordingly.
This workshop focuses on the process of getting to know ourselves at our roots by addressing the foundational warpings that have created some of the bad, self-sabotaging habits we find ourselves engaged in for the sake of survival. Originally designed for women (by a woman), Root To Branches provides any written and creative materials to be used and enjoyed by all participants.
The goal is to provide in-depth interaction to observe and discuss what it truly means to know and love ourselves from the inside out.
Throughout this course, we will address
- The power of words (what others tell us and what we say to ourselves).
- What we fill our cups (minds and hearts) with
- Overcoming our fears (rational or irrational)
- Investigating our passions to seek out our purposes
- Creating vision/life plans
Please allow up to 2 hours for the completion of the workshop so that everyone in attendance can enjoy a fun, but thorough experience.
The cost of participation for groups larger than 12 people, but smaller than 26 people is $350. Larger groups of 26 to 50 < people are $500 total.
In consideration of Covid-19 mandates, however your space needs to be organized for the safety of everyone, it will be honored by Root To Branches.
“Adi’s book, Unself Confidence: Loving Yourself Enough to Trust God, is an inspiring guide to understanding ourselves and conquering fear to more successfully navigate life’s journey and find peace. She notes, ‘making a goal is always good, but making a map helps you get there a little easier.’ Her book encourages us to live consciously. She suggests vision boards, to stay focused on the purposeful design and will of God for our lives. It is a great reminder of God’s love for us and how we, in turn, must love ourselves.”Jessica Trefzger, Owner: Maple Street Garden
“Thank you so much for sharing your book with me. I’m only partway through it, not because I don’t like it, I love it. It’s hard to explain, but some of the truths about God’s love hit me hard and leave me a little shaken and raw which is ultimately a good thing, but I need to space it out.”Jennifer Schultz Nelson, Ph.D., Owner: Grounded & Growing (Horticulture Blog)