Family of Origin: Transforming Inherited Beliefs
MARCH 22-24, 2013
The issue of inherited beliefs lies at the center of the task of self transformation. Inherited beliefs create neuronal patterns that result in unconscious flight or fight responses in humans, resulting in illness. Recent brain research reveals great potentials for neurogenesis (the generation of new neurons) as a powerful tool for healing. Using the principles of neurogenesis as a starting point, we will work with communication and visualization exercises to explore the transformation of inherited beliefs. Small group and dyad work will accompany lecture presentations and meditative exercises.
Topics include: the neurological basis of social dysfunction, neurogenesis through creative activities for adults, meditative exercises for linking to departed souls, storytelling and biography, and legends of the family of origin concerning space and time management.
About the presenter
Dennis Klocek, Founder of the Coros Institute, dedicated to dialogue between individuals in the sciences, the arts and business with a commitment to spiritual values arising from the contemplative life; Director, Consciousness Studies at Rudolf Steiner College, CA; international lecturer; author of many books including, the soon-to-be-released Biodynamics: An Alchemical Path; Climate, The Soul of the Earth; The Seer’s Handbook; and Drawing from the Book of Nature. For audio lectures, articles and art prints see, dennisklocek.com.
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- Friday 7:00pm
- Saturday 9:00am – 5:00pm
- Palm Sunday 9:00am – 12:30pm
Saturday Lunch $10
Pre-registration required by March 18
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