Being Love in Action: Body-Informed Leadership Part 1
March 1 @ 10:00 am - March 3 @ 5:00 pm£120
As change-makers at this critical moment in time when so much is at stake, it can be all too easy to become taken over by fear. The state of the world, our conflict-ridden human communities, and even the methods we us to make change (from activism to charitable work) can wreak havoc on our nervous systems and entrap us in the dynamics of fear-based reactivity — the very dynamics underlying the problems we seek to change!
Body-Informed Leadership teaches that both “love” and “fear” are brain-body states, and introduces a core set of body-based skills and practices to:
Self-and-co-regulate the nervous system;
Move, express and release intensity and emotional energy through the body; and,
Explore, understand, and transform personal and collective nervous system imprints.
By learning the neuroscience of love and fear, and by exploring our personal, cultural, and intergenerational Nervous System imprints, we reclaim our ability to sense and feel – and in so doing, to choose – which elements of our own neuro-circuitry we inhabit in our lives and actions.
Only from this place of choice do we have the resilience and the creativity to create the changes that are so necessary in this world.