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An article by Dr. Susan Hatch
Copyright 2009

Working with body symptoms using Process Work is essentially about training our attention and awareness, rather than curing illnesses. Process Work assumes that there is an intelligent force that flows through us, one that is interconnected, patterned and inherently wise. This force gives rise to impulses and sensations as it emerges through our body experiences. We needn’t continue to be simply victims, or even unwilling recipients, of these processes, but can  use our awareness and connect with that wisdom, and even with the source of that wisdom. We can allow that flow of intelligence, that wisdom that is inherent in the cosmos, to be felt in our bodies and to be welcomed, even amplified, and discerned bringing deep meaning and renewed life into our everyday lives, and our relationships. And that’s worth celebrating!

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(My thanks to Vanessa Toy for help with transcription of a class I gave in Melbourne in 2007 from which this was taken)


Wow friends! What a great start to the training year in Process Work in Melbourne:

And what a great supervision night in Nerang on the Gold Coast!

Thank you all so much for great learning and deep and rich experiences.

I look forward to hearing from you on this medium. Let me (us all) know how your work and training is going.

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Thank you to the gorgeous Liz Scarfe for her consummate organising skills. I really appreciate your support and work Liz!

I am currently working on and looking forward to what promises to be a wonderful training and learning experience on the lovely Gold Coast. The Body Symptoms training just after Easter. I have just loaded the flyer onto this website. Check it out.

I hope to see you there or at the next Melbourne or Gold Coast training day.

Cheers Susan

Love this website idea. I am loving the supervision training in Nerang, rich and juicy! It’s great the learning we are undertaking together, and the opportunities for really honing our skills and watching and participating in varying interventions!
Can’t wait for this Friday ;–) Thanks Susan for your artful teaching and also catering to different learning and individual needs, it really supports a safe and deep learning environment.
Love Bronnie