A Sense of Something Lost – Freedom from the Personal Story Workshop with Sue Wells and Martin Wells

In this workshop we will explore the possibility of freedom from the personal story. Sue’s...

Last updated 3 May 2024

In this workshop we will explore the possibility of freedom from the personal story. Sue’s story is about liberation after years of restlessness and searching.

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A Sense of Something Lost - Freedom from the Personal Story Workshop with Sue Wells and Martin Wells
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Presenter

Martin Wells

Martin Wells is a teaching and supervising transactional analyst who has also been studying and practising meditation for over 30 years. He works part-time in the NHS in the UK, as a consultant psychotherapist and teaches mindfulness and practises psychotherapy from a non dual perspective.

He is the founder of TA ~ Spiritual and has led retreats in Scotland, Goa and Spain.

His first book ‘Sitting in the Stillness‘ was published by John Hunt Publishing in February 2020. ‘No one Playing’ is published in January 2022 and his new book ‘Lost for Words: the poetry of non-duality’ will be published by John Hunt Publishing November 2022

Sue Wells

Sue Wells is a former social worker, health care counsellor and author of four non-fiction books. She has presented in this country and in Amsterdam and Budapest on the subject of trauma and birth mothers’ experience of adoption.

Her latest book ‘A Sense of Something Lost’ (published by ‘O’’ books in February 2020) is her memoir in which she describes her path through profound personal trauma to freedom.