Winter Intensive on Innerwork and the Creative Process
London, 4th to 9th February 2015
Inner work is your contact with the creative process as it arises in all kinds of disturbances ....guiding your personal development, your interactions - with family members, teammates or friends, or your participation and leadership in projects within organisation or community.
Inner work is the orientation and method of Processwork to help you connect to what is emerging inside of you, giving you orientation and direction in your life, including dealing with personal and community difficulties.
It is at the core of a facilitator’s work, whether you are working with individuals, organisations or groups. And it’s at the core of artistic work, whether in theatre, music, movement, visual arts or writing.
You could say Inner work is the contact with a sense of meaning.
Have you ever had the joy of watching geese or elk finding their way long distances. Inner work is like having a compass, as we all find our way through the complex systems we are part of ... finding our own way, and our contribution.
This Intensive will focus on:
- Processwork methods and tools of Inner work, from the original methods to most recent developments
- Processwork methods of Inner work for meditation
- Inner work in action: Inner work while in a conflict; Inner work for relationships and love; Inner-work on a physical symptom; Inner work for organisations and community; Inner work in a creative or artistic project
- Developing a personalised Inner work practice
- that suits your individual needs, whether that is to set aside time each day and / or while running for the bus
Arlene Audergon Ph.D, Jean-Claude Audergon MSc RSPOPUK Faculty Members
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