Systemic constellations in dialogue with the animistic perspective of shamanic traditions make a powerful ally in the quest for healing and awakening, highlighting the family and relational dynamics that inform our daily lives. Often times, such dynamics, so vital for a clear mind and a light heart, arise from invisible loyalties that span generations or from ties to natural settings or non-human beings.
Through systemic and shamanic explorations we will rediscover the compassionate flow at the heart of our relations. This flow releases the wise energy that leads us on the path of our destiny in harmony with the movements of the Great Soul. In this way, we may honor the spiritual core of our existence, tuning in to our rightful place as individuals and as participants in the network of wider wholes and ancestral forces.
DATES: MARCH 15 TO APRIL 12, 2022
In this course we will examine the foundations of The Work That Reconnects, helping us to embody a fuller, more inspired life in connection with nature, our communities, and ourselves. This with the aim of refining our vision, nourishing the mind, and pacifying the heart to reconnect with the unique role that has been given to us in this precious life.
We believe that in these times of transition it is vital to regain a basic sense of our humanity, which brings to the surface qualities such as compassion, connection, clear vision, and a celebration of community and nature. The Work That Reconnects is an excellent ally in such quest, which we have adapted for an effective online learning experience.
DATES: JUNE 9 TO JULY 7, 2022
Through a dialogue between science and contemplation, we will explore experientally mindfulness, compassion, imagery, and breathwork in one complete program of stress-reduction, self-healing, and mind/body well-being.
The course enables the development of a more resilient mind, heart, and body, by combining step-by-step contemplative skills and delving into the integration of ancient techniques of contemplative self-regulation from India and Tibet with contemporary advancements in neuroscience, positive psychology, and optimal health.
DATES: JUNE 21 TO AUGUST 15, 2022
How to foster a sense of intimate belonging to the Earth while honoring the multiple dimensions of self and the world?
Inspired by the ancient idea of the similarity between the personal and the cosmic, the micro and the macro, we will explore pathways of healing, wellbeing, and flourishing that spring forth from the sacred dimension of nature.
By examining the multidimensional relation between humana and Earth, an integral ecopsychology helps us revalue the role and function of our species within the global ecosystem as we shed light on the fertile interdependence between the psyche, Earth, and the sacred. The planet itself and its biorhythms are experienced as the vibrant source of our sustenance, wellbeing, and wholeness.
DATES: SEPTEMBER 3, 4, 10, 11, 2022
In this course, we will explore Joanna Macy’s Work That Reconnects (WTR) through an ecotherapeutic lens to help us better face the ecological realities of our day, develop psycho-emotional resilience, and deepen our Earth reconnection practices in service of others.
Either for personal inspiration, community empowerment or to support your client’s journey, the WTR provides a solid, compassionate framework out of which a renewed sense of who we are and who we might become emerges. This fresh perspective often brings about an enlarged sense of purpose and direction, as well as newly available psycho-emotional resources nurtured by a sense of belonging to Earth’s community.