April 6-9, 2021
Daily from 8:30 am to 1:30 pm PT
Mary Gelinas, Ed.D. and David Sibbet have been working together for several years on neuropsychology & change, co-facilitating eight GLEN Exchanges in 2018-19. This workshop integrates all this experience with new thinking from Mary’s work with Alan Briskin on fields and David’s visual facilitation experience. It will be offered to general public now as well as to GLEN members with a 50% discount. The majority of any income received will flow back to The GLEN.
In the workshop you can expect the following:
- Exploration of how our attention shapes energetic and social fields and how these fields provide shaping contexts for our perceptions and behavior
- Understanding of the nature of fields and distinctions between different types
- Discern differences in body, head, heart, and spirit levels of awareness and practices for both personal and group application
- Appreciating visually and intellectually how generic neuropsychological systems work to both block and amplify perception
- Appreciate the role of brain biases and how they influence relational processes
- Participate in embodied practices focusing on developing capacity in the different levels of awareness
Registration will give you access to the full program and links. The page showing your full program will be in a Library on the Global Learning & Exchange Network (GLEN) website, accessible with your email and password.
OPEN TO PUBLIC / $350 FEE / -50% for GLEN MEMBERS with Discount Code GNFOA50
Mary and David will lead this virtual workshop April 6 – 9, 2021, 8:30 to 1:30 PST through the Global Learning and Exchange Network. For more information click here.
The Global Learning and Exchange Network is a global learning community with the purpose of evolving the methods and practices of collaboration within and across organizations, communities, and cultures to better address the central challenges of our time. This community supports member camaraderie, peer learning, dialogic exchanges, and collaborative action.