The Work of Gila Golub is a synthesis of a lifetime of study, experience, and practice. The Work incorporates a weaving of psychology, spirituality and neuro science. Gila’s mastery comes from years of studying and working with the likes of Drs. Gordon Neufeld, Bruce Lipton, Deepak Chopra, Caroline Myss, Daniel Siegel, Brian Weiss, James Hollis, James Hillman, Marion Woodman, John Bradshaw, Sandy Levey (ACIM), Duane O’Kane, Eckhart Tolle, Debbie Ford, Rob Williams, Byron Katie, Mark Wolynn and many more. Using this wealth of knowledge and training, Gila guides her clients to transform the dysfunctional patterns of their family systems and change self-sabotaging behaviours to create peaceful loving relationships, good health and abundance – a true “Consciousness of Deserving.”
The Work of Gila Golub provides a framework for daily implementation of tools which lead to lasting growth and healing, regardless of the particular challenges one may face.
This program, and Gila’s individual attention to each client, has guided thousands of people to transform addictions, illness, conflicted or shattered relationships and depression into health, wealth and peace. Gila brings a dynamic teaching style that will give you the opportunity to fall in love with yourself, and to have that love reflected back to you.
The Work is presented in a comprehensive program that consists of two introductory workshops, an annual eight day residential intensive retreat, private sessions, ongoing weekly Circles as well as the most brilliantly facilitated Breathwork on the planet and other seminars throughout the year. Gila’s Work is unique and effective because it is a complete transformational curriculum.
If you really want to make your life better and are committed to doing your own work with our tremendously effective guidance, we welcome you.
"When we were children, the ego adopted many behaviours: to protect us, to cope, to get our needs met, to survive in situations that were not ‘conducive conditions’ for a child to rest, play, grow, mature and thrive.
These behaviors now bring us down, make us sick and depressed, damage our relationships with self and other, and cause us misery and poverty - for they lead to sabotage.
We don’t know how to modify, reduce or quit these sabotaging behaviors as they are so unconscious and habituated."
- Gila Golub