Project Description

Living an Authentic Life

Scott Murden

Sunday 21st March 11am – 12pm

In this workshop Scott will share a useful framework that charts the human experience and the path to an authentic life. Participants will also get to experience some fundamental practices to explore what limits and holds us back, and allows us to recognise, embrace and embody who we really are and what we really want.

Explore how living an authentic life develops essential leadership qualities and some of the issues we might have to come to terms with along the way – including some optional and hopefully fun break out room exercises.

Scott Murden

Scott is a what he calls “The Human Experience Coach” and is passionate about helping modern professionals that feel disconnected from what they do and who they really are to live their life from a place of clarity, harmony, connection and excitement.

Since 2008 Scott has worked extensively with people suffering severe mental health issues, through to successful professionals and entrepreneurs.

From these experiences, his Life Navigation techniques have evolved out of third eye-based meditation and tantra and embodiment practices into a simple framework around awareness, authentic desire, and self-approval that allows people to develop and transform their lives in a way that is natural, connected, and exciting.

He spends his time playing music, riding motorcycles and enjoying nature whilst living between Goa (India) and London. He is also an ambassador of the Huni Kuin tribe from the Brazilian Amazon, learning and promoting their shamanic practices and culture.

How living an authentic life develops essential lean break out room exercises.