It was developed by Stan and Christina Grof, who dedicated their lives to healing potentials of expanded states of consciousness. This workshop might be of interest for you if. Program It is a residential weekend workshop from Friday evening to Sunday lunch. You will have an opportunity to experience Holotropic Breathwork in its authentic form, with Preparation, two 3h sessions - one as a breather, one as a sitter and Integration of your experiences.

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Here you can find relevant information about Holotropic Breathwork and events organised in Croatia and Slovenia. Subscribe to Beth Gibbons on YouTube: http Perhaps everything terrible is in its deepest being something that needs our love. So we repress these capacities into our shadows. The shadow is a frightening reality because any serious encounter with it can threaten who we think we are, how we feel about ourselves, and the value structures we live by.

You know what I mean. Unfortunately the illusion of not seeing our unpleasant characteristics is rapidly expanded to include not having them, and this progression leads to seeing these displeasing qualities in other people.

Our shadows are our most paradoxical aspects. The very anger we were taught to fear and deny, and came to fear and deny even more when we glimpsed its smoldering presence, is like buried gold.

Shadow qualities may first appear as a surprise Like dreams, with proper attention these situations can often be transformed into a helpful new awareness that improves our lives. But the process of refining qualities from our shadows will cost us something. We may have to lose some of our innocence or experience a feeling of shame. By innocence I mean our naive views of life, the ones that believe the values of our society and families are the true values that provide a meaningful life, that we are who we think we are, that the world is like we have been brought up to see it and we can make and have made choices that direct and control our lives.

Frequently a loss of innocence means a loss of self-esteem because we realize we are less knowledgeable, well-intentioned, virtuous, or competent than we thought we were. And a loss of self-esteem can lead to feelings of shame. Ellie, a friend of mine who owns her own business, lost a large piece of innocence when she discovered her oldest and most trusted employee had been stealing from her for years. But the new awareness I gained through my experience caused me to become a more caring father and to enjoy fatherhood more completely.

Ellie became a more mature businesswoman, who paid better attention to the actual nature and performance of her employees; and Rusty became more self-responsible and interested in his growth and healing.

Shame and a loss of innocence are important parts of the human journey, and we find them repeatedly preceding experiences of transformation and redemption For some people. The video is directed by 4-time Juno Award winner Jeth Weinrich. Chip is the Sorry for the confusion!

To call him the Einstein of consciousness would be an understatement. I am deeply personally indebted to him for leading the way. Future generations will forever acknowledge him for helping us wake up from our collective hypnosis that we call everyday reality. There four beautiful souls met t Alan Watts was one of the most inspiring philosophers, who mostly talked about life and death.

His speeches are mostly used in Chillstep, which delivers amaz The student expected Mead to talk about fishhooks or clay pots or grinding stones. But no. Mead said that the first sign of civilisation in an ancient culture was a femur thighbone that had been broken and then healed. Mead explained that in the animal kingdom, if you break your leg, you die. You cannot run from danger, get to the river for a drink or hunt for food.

You are meat for prowling beasts. No animal survives a broken leg long enough for the bone to heal. A broken femur that has healed is evidence that someone has taken time to stay with the one who fell, has bound up the wound, has carried the person to safety and has tended the person through recovery.

Helping someone else through difficulty is where civilisation starts. Be civilised, be safe, be cautious.. We are at our best when we serve others. Concidering the nature of our workshop, and the fact that most infected people don't develop obvious symptoms, we simply cannot guarantee safe space for our work, so it would be risky and irresponsible to have a workshop at this moment. Your safety comes first. Money you have paid you can use for any future workshop, or it will be refunded to you in total.

Sending you a huuuge virtual hug with lots of love! Is everybody in? The ceremony is about to begin. See you soon dear friends. Writer William S. Metzinger created the term "consciousness culture" to help us evaluate if we're living our best lives.

Read on at DoubleBlind. But if we understand anything of the unconscious, we know that it cannot be swallowed. We also know that it is dangerous to suppress it, because the unconscious is life and this life turns against us if suppressed, as happens in neurosis. Conscious and unconscious do not make a whole when one of them is suppressed and injured by the other. If they must contend, at least let it be a fair fight with equal rights on both sides.

Both are aspects of life. Consciousness should defend its reason and protect itself, and the chaotic life of the unconscious should be given the chance of having its way too - as much of it as we can stand. This means open conflict and open collaboration at once. That, evidently, is the way human life should be. John Hopkins's States of consciousness questionnare show that people who have experienced Holotropic Breathwork had very similar experiences to 95 people with ayahuasca expreiences.

Here's how to make it work for you. There is a Japanese word, kintsukuroi, that means "golden repair. As a philosophy, kintsukuroi celebrates imperfection as an integral part of the story, not something to be disguised In kintsukuroi, the true life of an object or a person begins the moment it breaks and reveals that it is vulnerable. Suffering is the only thing strong enough to destabilize the imperial ego. The separate and sufficient self has to be led to the edge of its own resources, so it learns to call upon the Deeper Resource of who it truly is but does not recognize yet : the God Self, the True Self, the Christ Self, the Buddha Self—use whatever words you want Home Cities Countries.

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