Guided Experiences course

Guided Experiences allow the person practicing them to reconcile themselves.
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Every Guided Experience aims to convert images and climates that arise in them through a proposal for reconciliation, or a change in the point of view about the problem.

Requirements

  • Guided experiences are part of what we call "working with images". This work can help us change our point of view, give our mental dynamics more agility, re-experience events and emotions, and reorganise our life projects. Guided Experiences are short stories that include occasional silences in which the person doing the experience can introduce an appropriate mental image.

Description

Guided Experiences allow the person practicing them to reconcile themselves, overcoming frustrations and past resentments, organising present activities and giving the future a meaning that eliminates anxieties, fears and disorientation. According to these objectives they are classified in:

1. Experiences of reconciliation with the past: The child, the animal, the enemy, the big mistake, nostalgia, resentment, the chimney sweep.

2. Experiences location in the present: The protection of life, the clouds, the costumes , the inner Guide.

3. Experiences of proposals for the future: The Rescue, false hopes, 

4. Experiences about the meaning of life: Repetitions, the journey, the festival, death.

Who this course is for:

  • Guided Experiences allow the person doing them to reconcile with themselves and others, overcome frustrations and past resentments, organise present activities, and giving the future a meaning that eliminates anxieties, fears and disorientation. Guided Experiences are classified according to their objectives:

Course content

2 sections12 lectures2h 31m total length
  • Explanations of the guided experiences
    12:07
  • The Child.
    11:08
  • The Creature.
    14:52
  • An Enemy.
    11:48
  • My Greatest Mistake.
    17:32
  • Nostalgia.
    08:52
  • Resentment.
    14:12
  • The Chimney Sweep.
    15:00

Instructor

Instructor of Self-knowledge and mediator of Non-Violence
Escuela de Autoconocimiento
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
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Graciela Romero Udabe nació en Mendoza, Argentina. Es discípula del pensador latinoamericano Mario Rodríguez Cobos, más conocido como Silo. Fundador del Humanismo Universalista. Es investigadora en el Parque de Estudio y Reflexión Punta de Vacas, ubicado al pie del Monte Aconcagua, Mendoza, Argentina.

Es instructora de autoconocimiento y mediadora en temas de no violencia. Promueve la reconciliación personal y social a través de la metodología de la no violencia en talleres y reuniones en instituciones y escuelas, colaborando así con el despertar de la conciencia humana. Es autora del libro "Contacto con lo profundo de los hombres y mujeres contemporáneos, Investigación sobre el trabajo y la experiencia de Eckhart Tolle", Elogio de la atención y la monografía "Entornos las nuevas ciencias".