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This training and its application will change your relationships with those closest to you and a growing circle of deeper friendships. Good attachment repairs the depth of our soul helping us be who God made us to be.
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Developing the skills needed to attune with one another. A course to prepare us to love one another wisely.
This course is one in a series designed to help us understand God’s design. We become aware of how we have been relationally compromised and how to restore one another in love.
Attuning builds the groundwork for close and safe relationships. A good relational attachment pattern enables us to heal from trauma and become emotionally mature.
There are 4 main attachment pattern categories:
We may have more than one . . .
Our Goal: Grow into an ever increasing “Earned Secure”
The relational brain includes 4 levels of the right brain and the left brain. Each level of the relational brain has different relational functions.
Each level of the relational brain is described.
The course offers insights into how these levels behave.
We can learn to see how we are doing relationally through new glasses. Exercises and self-assessment guide us to greater relational awareness.
This awareness and the skills outlined in this course make attuning practical with family, friends, church and your community.
We learn how “thought rhyming” with Immanuel and with one another brings us peace together. Being “in sync” with one another feels like we are close and deeply understanding one another. We can be close to Immanuel like He is under our skin and with us.
We use all our brain while we see and feel Immanuel‘s perspective of other’s and life circumstances.
Exercises help us be aware of Immanuel communicating with us. He sees us, He hears us, He can feel our feelings. He speaks to us about His seeing us, understanding us and what we are feeling. He speaks deeply to our hearts, our identity, our place in life and our misunderstandings about what we believe about ourselves.