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Blind Spots part 1:3 – Dark
2020-05-09 kl. 16:00 - 17:30
Blind Spots part 1:3 – Dark
Discover and embrace your hidden parts
Welcome to a series of online workshops on blind spots where you will learn how you can discover and embrace your hidden parts. It is a workshop series consisting of three independent parts.
- Part 1 is about your dark blind spots.
- Part 2 is about your bright blind spots.
- Part 3 is about your dark and bright blind spots.
All three parts consist of theory and practical work in smaller groups. The workshops are based on Nonviolent Communication with inspiration from Integral Theory (the book Shadow Light by Keith Witt) and social psychology (the book The Happiness Hypothesis by Jonathan Haidt). To participate in the workshops you need to have knowledge of NVC and practical experience of role plays and empathy talks. We will meet on Zoom and to participate you need access to the internet, microphone and webcam.
Register in the form below.
All people have parts that we do not see and are aware of. Some of these parts are visible to others and others are not. Although we do not see these parts ourselves, we act on them. When this happens, our self-perception and our actions do not match. This will often result in misunderstandings, conflicts and other unwanted interactions with others and with ourselves.
Traits we don’t like, we tend to project on other people. For example, we may wonder why some people are so angry when we ourselves never are. We do not want to admit that we carry anger ourselves, so we project this anger on others. Others may perceive us as angry or passive aggressive and if they mention it, we deny this and do not understand what they are talking about.
What you will learn
In this workshop you will practice with others on a model to discover your dark blind spots. It is a process that will probably take longer than the time allowed for in this workshop. After completing the workshop you will have access to a tool that you can use for the rest of your life. By yourself or with support of others you can potentially discover more and more of your hidden parts. By using this process, your self-perception and how others see you will become more and more consistent. If you use the process effectively, misunderstandings between you and others will decrease and your relationships will improve.
We have a tendency to look for problems and solutions outside ourselves. It is very difficult – if not impossible – to control events outside ourselves. On the other hand, we all have a potential to control how we act on events in our environment. In this workshop series I assume that we have this choice.
NOTE! I’m not a therapist. The workshop is not a substitute for persons with psychiatric problems where professional treatment is required. Participants will not work with deep life trauma, experiences of abuse or similar serious conditions.
The workshop will be in English.
Date: May 9
Time: 16:00-17:30 (4:00-5:30 pm) CEST (Stockholm time)
Cost for 1 webinar: 120 SEK (12 €) (for you who wants to use a sliding scale the price is 120-300 SEK)
Cost for all 3 webinars: 300 SEK (30 €) (sliding scale 300-900 SEK)
Read more about my view on money and sliding scale here.
Joachim Berggren has since 2010 conducted more than 100 trainings and workshops for individuals and organizations inspired by Nonviolent Communication. Since 2017 he is a certified NVC trainer by CNVC.
Magdalena Malinowska is a certified NVC trainer by CNVC, supporting people in creating satisfying life and relationships through individual trainings and group workshops. She helps in implementing NVC in relationships, companies and non-governmental organisations.
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16:00 - 17:30
- Evenemang Kategorier:
- Integral Theory, Nonviolent Communication
- Evenemang Taggar:
- blind spots, CNVC certified trainer, dark, hidden parts, Integral Theory, Joachim Berggren Kommunikation, Jonathan Haidt, Keith Witt, Magdalena Malinowska, Nonviolent Communication, NVC, online, shadow work, Social Psychology, webinar, workshop, Zoom