Love and be loved workshop

“Our parents, our children, our spouses, and our friends will continue to press every button we have, until we realize what it is that we don’t want to know about ourselves, yet. They will point us to our freedom every time.”
― Byron Katie, Loving What Is

What exactly is your “love story”?

According to Steve Hudson our conscious and unconscious beliefs about love creates our love reality: if you believe you are unlovable then you will never feel love from anyone else.

This workshop is an opportunity to change or refine your love story to benefit you and those you love. Experience the advantages of retraining your brain to upgrade your beliefs, habits, perceptions and behaviours.

Date: 11 October
Time: 9h30 am to 12h30pm
Venue: The Hideaway, 10 Hermanus Steyn Street
Cost: R950 per person
Early bird special R750
Contact: Steve Hudson on 082 786 6313, or fill in the form below to book your place.


5 Areas Where Loving With Awareness Can Improve Your Life

Loving Our Partners

The more we are aware of how our hearts close when wounded, the more we can choose to open them. We learn how to love again from our open hearts, and in the process we become lovable once more. We can reconnect, recapture and resurrect romance.

Loving our Family

The more we love from our restored open hearts the more we can love, care, nurture and guide our families. We learn how to practice and teach love, and how to incorporate it into our everyday lives. Our homes become again the place where all are loved, treasured and cared for.

Loving Others

The more our hearts are filled with love the more love we have to share with the world. We learn how to love without sacrificing ourselves, without allowing others to take advantage, and feel the joy of a life well lived.

Being Loved

The more we love and cherish ourselves, the more we can accept the love that others have for us. We suddenly see the love that is given to us, in its many mysterious forms. We learn to trust ourselves and know that we are worthy and deserving of love.

“Love is a verb. Love – the feeling – is the fruit of love the verb or our loving actions. So love her. Sacrifice. Listen to her. Empathize. Appreciate. Affirm her.”
― Stephen R. Covey