The Sunflower Mind metaphor reflects a focus on interaction, as opposed to one-person psychology. It is consistent with the neuroscience conception of the mind as an embodied relational process.
We will explore the physicality of our relational patterns, and how to harness the transformative power of creatively working with embodied experience.
This event is an opportunity to get more of a sense of the topic and the course in an experiential way.
Fulfilling our blueprint:
R0 (R-naught) for Community wellness
The Best Two Hugs
I took last week off
Dear Corona Virus
Lessons from the virus #3
Is Depression a mental disorder? Or is it a healthy response to now?
What Might We Learn From a Teacher in Pakistan?
What do a landfill in Pakistan and a potato packing plant in Idaho have in common?
How to deal with COVID-19 stress