(GIFT) When It All Feels Like Too Much: Finding Your Way From Overwhelm to Openness


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Pre-sale: Launching March 3rd

You’re Looking for a Little Peace…​

“It’s All Too Much!”

Of course you feel like that. Shall we count the ways? 

We don’t need to. You do that when you’re trying to get to sleep, right? 

Trust us that this gentle, easy, prerecorded course isn’t designed to push you harder. Instead, it’s been designed from the bottom up as a safe place where you can relax and be kind to yourself.

We won’t promise you that life is going to work out perfectly every day. You’re smarter than that.

But we will address the underlying mental and emotional patterns that drive you into downward spirals of anxiety.

And we’ll help you develop your own methods to get back out.

Calming Yourself Needs a New Approach

The biggest problem when trying to soothe our ragged edges is that we don’t get believe we’re allowed to. We’ve been told we can never relax. Or we’ve tried to relax in unsafe spaces. Or we just don’t know how.

In this course, we’ll help you design your own relaxation plan, suited to your real life, and help you create your own safe space.

Our Approach is Well Tested

This workshop uses the approach presented in The Five Keys to Mindful Communication by retired Marriage and Family Therapist and senior Buddhist teacher Susan Gillis Chapman. Chapman developed this unique material by combining traditional wisdom teachings from Tibet and India with a modern Western psychological orientation.

The deep-but-simple approach allows you to more quickly and easily manage overwhelm. It can also offer you a foundation of calm which can lead to more truthful, compassionate, and flexible relationships.

This easy recorded course is particularly important for anyone who:​

✅ feels overwhelmed

✅ can’t handle more bad news

✅ is beyond their limit

✅ wants some basic peace

✅ doesn’t know what to do to help themselves

✅ wishes they were stronger

✅ needs more than “try to calm down…”

✅ is longing for meaningful help

Creating Your Plan for Overwhelm​

  • Imagine feeling confident in how to take good care of yourself.

  • Imagine knowing how to soothe yourself with you hit your maximum.

  • Imagine knowing which people to seek out and which to pass on when you’re feeling overwhelmed.

The Green Zone Principle is a fundamental human skill that most of us are never taught. Too often, we’re encouraged to push ourselves past our limits, without regard for the long term consequences. We get little direction on how to deal with life’s full intensity — and especially our moments where we lose heart.

In this course, we’ll stop and look at the very nature of our overwhelm without embarrassment, shyness or self-criticism.

Then we’ll use the Green Zone Principle to guide us into more sustainable, healthier and kinder ways of working with life’s difficult moments.


Gregory Heffron MFA
Executive Director, Senior Teacher​

Greg is the Executive Director of the Green Light Communication and teaches Mindful Communication throughout North America and Europe.

“Through the years, I have been privileged to witness how effective Mindful Communication is — whether I’m teaching basic mindfulness to newcomers, or diving deep with advanced meditators and those in the helping professions. Everyone benefits.“

In addition to an array of introductory courses, Greg has developed and teaches Green Light Communication’s Advanced Certification and Teacher Training courses across three continents, and in countries with cultures as diverse as Ukraine, Canada, Austria, Chile, United States, Switzerland, Poland and Holland.

“For me, it has been humbling and inspiring teaching across cultures, feeling each person’s uniqueness and our shared humanity. Regardless of who we are, we ALL struggle with disconnection, and we ALL long to feel connected.“

“In my own life, I have experienced a groundswell in my capacity to navigate life’s communication challenges, and feel more and more connected to myself — and to humanity as a whole.”