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Unfolding the texture of the soul

February 16 @ 4:00 pm - February 17 @ 7:30 pm

Unfolding the texture of the soul

Unfolding the texture of the soul

WEBINAR by Ana Rhodes Castro

“A human being is a part of the totality we call the Universe, a part limited in time and space. However, he experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings, as something separate from the rest; a form of optical illusion of consciousness.

Albert Einstein

In English and Italian

Reserved for school members and students of other Process Work schools.7h, 21 CFP credits

Topics covered

In these meetings we will develop what Process Work calls ‘Third Attention’. We will learn to connect and develop the creativity needed to follow the flow of the process, feeling part of that universe, experiencing non-duality.

 

We will discover that invisible thread that gives meaning to each person’s life and unites everyone, creating a special weave in our relationships and interventions.

 

We will develop the essential skills for relating to people and context, also for working with socio-cultural and political issues; the ‘sixth sense’ that helps us perceive the field and conflict before it arises. We will explore the four stages of relationship and mindfulness focusing on the deep essence of the nature of life. We will develop resilience in times of change and a vision of humanity from the “Texture of the Soul”. 

THE TEACHER

Ana Rhodes Castro

Ana Rhodes, PhD, has trained in a wide variety of personal and organisational development skills including Process Oriented Psychology, appreciative inquiry, conflict facilitation, applied skills for sustainable social and culture change, leadership and confidence building, outcome mapping, supervision and executive coaching.

Some K positions she has help over her professional life:

2009 – 2013 Chair of Management of the Findhorn Foundation
This includes taking responsibility for the overall performance of the Management team and an organisation of 200 individuals, chairing meetings and liaising and preparing reports for the trustees while also carrying out regular supervision and appraisal of all management staff,

facilitating big group process and open forum dialogue in order to support sustainable decision making, strategic and economic awareness for the benefit of the long term life of the system.

2003 – 2009 Personal Development Manager

This involved running internal trainings, conflict facilitation, supervision and overseeing structures that support the Findhorn Foundation to function efficiently at an individual and collective level.

She has founded a centre dedicated to the Transformation of Human Conflict (CTCH) that runs regular international training teaching conflict facilitation, deep democracy skills, group dynamics and evolutionary leadership as a new paradigm of world engagement. https://transformaciondelconflicto.es/

She works as facilitator, trainer and supervisor with corporate organisations, civic society movements and NGOs.

She is a cofounder of the School of Arte del Processo in Italy. She currently is the faculty Director as well as a core teacher, supervisor and therapist within it.

She collaborates with a diversity of organisations as associate teacher and supervisor such as NAOS institute in London, IMPACT Evolution in Athens, OMA Richard Olivier Mythodrama in London, etc.

One of her greatest passions involves maximizing the inherent potential of individuals, groups and organizations in a way that is supportive and enhances natural leadership.
She facilitates groups of up to 400 people in processes of socio-cultural and organisational change, using tools that support diversity and deep democracy.

She feels deeply for working with cross-cultural education and diversity issues such as gender, race, sexual orientation, class, politics, religion…etc incorporating visual media and group dynamics. She has facilitated the international documentaries called The Dialogue and American Textures.

Ana is fluent in both Spanish and English and regularly runs trainings and offers consultancy in Spain, Italy, the UK, Athens, South America and others. 

RECIPIENTS AND CREDITS

The webinar is open to members of the Italian School of Process Work and students of other schools of Process Work, upon payment of the annual membership fee of 20€. The webinar is addressed to those who are interested in managing and learning how to deal with tensions and conflicts, both in daily life and in the global arena. It is also suitable for people interested in personal growth, meditation and creative processes.

Webinar for Process Work students only (7h, 21 CFP credits)

Online, on Zoom

PRACTICAL INFO

Webinar for Process Work students only (7h, 21 CFP credits) – 80€

Online, on Zoom

Times

Thursday 16 February 2023 16:00-19:30

Friday 17 February 2023 16:00-19:30

INFO

The seminar, which costs € 80, is open to all members of the Associazione Arte del Processo. To join, simply pay the annual membership fee (20 €) and fill out the membership form (click here).

To register, click in the boxes below and buy the ticket by bank transfer.

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Are you already a member this year?

Make a bank transfer of 80€ to:

Associazione Arte del Processo, Via XXV Aprile 10, Castelfiorentino (FI)

IBAN: IT08C0501802800000012398665 SWIFT / BIC: CCRTIT2T84A

Object: Registration + Seminar Title + Name and Surname

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Fill out the form to join (Click here) and make a transfer of € 100 to partecipate to the seminar (€ 20 membership fee + € 80 seminar registration)

PLEASE NOTE: to facilitate communications we kindly ask you to inform us of your registration by writing your contact details (name, surname, email, tel) to: info@processworkitalia.com

Thanks for collaboration!

Details

Start:
February 16 @ 4:00 pm
End:
February 17 @ 7:30 pm

Venue

Online

Organizer