Whilst modern living seems to require overwhelm and stress; for our children, national statistics demonstrate a shocking increase in how it affects their mental health and well being.(1)
The Life 2.0 conference will share the revolutionary 3 Principles solution that cuts through the experience of life – whatever the issue – helping everyone access the health and resiliency that lies within. This understanding has affected and changed the lives of thousands of people across the globe, is being taught everywhere from schools to prisons, and is the subject of several several best selling books.
To specifically help teenagers in dealing with issues such as social pressure, exam stress, anxiety, sibling rivalry, parental conflict, and bullying, the conference is now completely free of charge to teenagers attending on the opening day of the conference*, Sunday 15th May 2016. On the day there will be a specially designed track provided allowing teenagers to learn together.
The opportunity to discover well being and the ‘human operating system’ is currently available to everyone. The Life 2.0 conference is the biggest and most impactful conference of its type anywhere in the world. Sign up today for yourself and/or your teenager and join people like Thomas Sagesse who have a new, healthier experience of life.
Thomas was a regular 13 year old with all its ups and downs, when he went through a particularly horrendous experience – a school shooting. Thomas subsequently suffered PTSD, and major anxiety attacks.
This short video records Thomas discussing how the Three principles have helped him. His story whilst uncommon in detail, demonstrates that the impact of this understanding is available to everyone, regardless of circumstance.
SUNDAY 15TH – 17TH MAY 2016, 9.30am – 4.30pm Daily.
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* Teenagers under 16 must be accompanied by an adult attendee. Adult attendees will not be required to attend the workshops but must purchase a ticket. Bursaries are available to attending adults where necessary and no one is turned away due to a lack of funding.