What is Anger?

What is Anger

Anger is characterised as having intense feelings of annoyance, displeasure or hostility.  Jean-Claude Chalmet, Founder and lead psychotherapist at The Place Retreats describes anger as being a ”secondary emotion”.  He explains that ”anger (like anxiety) is a mask that covers something much deeper. This could be from past relationships and other negative experiences that might have […]

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Meditation for Prosperity

Meditation for Prosperity

Is it really possible to bring prosperity into our lives through meditation? At The Place, we truly believe so. Meditative practice can be extremely powerful at removing blocks, especially when used alongside other self-development tools, such as yoga and psychotherapy. Here, Manuela Herreros invites you to join her in a meditation to welcome wealth into […]

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What is Emotional Abuse?

inner child and emotions

Emotional abuse is one of the hardest forms of abuse to recognise. Jean-Claude Chalmet, Founder and lead therapist at The Place Retreat centre in Bali gives an insightful interview on the subject. In his explanation of the insidious nature of emotional abuse, he says, “You can’t take an x-ray or an MRI of emotional abuse.” […]

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Milano Event – Who are you? Part 2

Jean Claude Clemet, Milano Event - The Place

In our recent blog, Who are you? Part 1, Jean-Claude Chalmet opened the discussion on why we should be thinking more deeply about ourselves. This 2-part blog is based on the content of a lecture Jean Claude Chalmet gave at the Kenta Foundation in Milan on mental health in business and society. Jean Claude Chalmet […]

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Milano Event – Who are you? Part 1

who are you, Milano Event - The Place

In Milan, Jean-Claude Chalmet explains why we should be thinking more deeply about ourselves When Jean-Claude Chalmet, founder of The Place Retreats centre in Bali, gave a lecture at the Kenta Foundation in Milan on mental health in business and society, he started by asking the audience, “Who are you?” Not to elicit names or […]

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