trešdiena, 2015. gada 15. jūlijs

Apmācības "Process Skills Training" Viļņā /4.-8.nov., 2015/

Process Skills Training
An approach to an incarnational spirituality

This is a multi-dimensional and inside-out training in process facilitation, designed for people already active as coaches, counsellors, consultants, mentors and facilitators. You can expect to learn principles, practices and processes to integrate into your own work in whatever ways work for you.

The approach we will work with sees the self as an energy and field phenomenon that exists on different and co-existent levels or dimensions. We will work with methods of accessing and connecting these different levels, establishing flow between them in ways that bring a greater experience of wholeness and coherence in the whole system.

This approach also assumes something self-organising at work within ourselves and within the world – a sentiency or spirit that seeks to create wholeness, both internally within ourselves and externally in relation to our environment. On a personal level, we could see this as an energetic patterning or generative matrix that is unique and individual to us, that holds the essential blueprint for who we are. There are many terms for this – soul, source, seed, destiny, life myth, DNA of the psyche – whatever term we give it, it gives meaning and purpose to who we are and continually calls us, asking to be lived and given expression. When we live close to an awareness of it, we experience a sense of meaning, authenticity and coherence. Things become more integrated as a path, with different parts of ourselves coming together rather than being all over the place.

This approach is not aimed at supporting people to align with an image of a psychologically or spiritually healthy person – rather, it encourages alignment with each person’s own inherent energetic patterning, their own self-organising principle.

In this training we will work with ways of supporting ourselves and others to connect with this inherent self-organising patterning, and to engage with the path of our personal calling, as well as with the calling of the world and of our times.

We will also work with processes and techniques to negotiate ‘edges’, to understand resistances and use them to bring change, as well as to find meaning, purpose and energy in disturbances. In working with growth and transformation processes, either with ourselves or others, we often encounter an edge, a boundary between what we are more familiar with and identified in ourselves and our cultures, and something that is less familiar, more mysterious, maybe attractive, maybe disturbing or difficult.  At the edge, we encounter inhibitors and resistances of different sorts.

This training uses an experiential approach which includes peer coaching exercises, innerwork tools, relationship work and facilitation processes, as well as theoretical presentations and discussion.  We will use more non-linear and less conventional methods of working – drawing, movement, symbols, story, sound. These help us access different ways of knowing and bring us different kinds of information than just thinking. We will be thinking as well, of course – working with both sides of the brain, and engaging the logical, emotional, metaphorical, subtle and self-organising aspects of ourselves and of growth and incarnational processes.

This is a hands-on training from the inside out, in that you will be participating in the exercises and processes, as well as coaching and facilitating others through them. You can expect to deepen your own innate facilitation and leadership style, and to expand your counselling and coaching abilities, as well as to connect with the values that underpin your calling to this work.


This training draws on approaches from Incarnational Spirituality and Process Oriented Psychology, as well as the work and experience of the Findhorn Community and the Transformation Game®.



To whom it might be interesting? Anyone working with people as a coach, counsellor, consultant, trainer, mentor or facilitator.

Why it might be useful? Expand your coaching, counseling and facilitation skills and style. Learn new approaches to integrate into your work. Explore a ‘designer’ approach to psychology and spirituality – supporting people to live close to their own inherent patterning, allowing the expression of their full self to emerge.

What the training is based on and what does it include? 
- It draws on approaches from Incarnational Spirituality, Process Oriented Psychology and transpersonal psychologies 
- It is an experiential approach which includes peer coaching experiences, innerwork tools, relationship work and facilitation processes, as well as theoretical presentations and discussion 
- It uses drawing, movement, symbols, story, sound to help access different ways of knowing and different kinds of information than just thinking 
- It works with both sides of the brain, engaging the logical, emotional, metaphorical, subtle and self-organizing aspects of ourselves and of growth and incarnational processes 
- This is a hands-on training from the inside out, in that you will be participating in the exercises and processes, as well as coaching and facilitating others through them.

What will be learned? A way of working with the self as a whole system or field phenomenon with different and co-existing dimensions and parts. A systemic approach that supports people to recognize and access different aspects of themselves and bring them into relationship in a way that enhances their experience of coherence and wholeness.

What methods will be learned? 
- Ways of engaging with the self-organizing principle or sentiency that holds each person’s essential patterning – the DNA of their psyche 
- Methods to support people to access different levels, dimensions and parts of themselves and to establish flow and relationship between them in ways that bring more coherence and wholeness 
- Processes and techniques for working with ‘edges’, understanding resistances and using them to bring change, and finding meaning and purpose in disturbances.

Place: Vilnius, Lithuania  Europa City Vilnius hotel. J.Jasinskio gatve 14
Timing: 5 days, November 4–8, 2015
Working language: english with translation to russian
Participation fee:400 eur ( 350 Eur till 01.09.2015.)
Information and registration: Jelena Markune, +370 65233237, info@transformacija.lt

Trainer: Mary Inglis is an independent trainer, facilitator and coach who works internationally with courses and trainings in personal and group development, leadership, creativity, and transformational change processes. The core of her work is to do with exploring capacities for wholeness within ourselves and in relation to the world around us, and with engaging with the path of our personal calling, as well as the calling of the world and our times. Her work encourages people to connect with their own authentic presence, journey and contribution, and to engage with their own generative core and potential. Born in Scotland, Mary grew up in Nigeria and Lesotho, and went to school and university in South Africa, where she worked as a journalist as well as training in experiential educational approaches. For the last 40 years she has lived at the Findhorn Community in Scotland, where she is a long-term faculty member of the Findhorn Foundation. The Findhorn Community is a holistic and spiritual educational centre exploring new approaches to spirituality and sustainability, as well as collaboration and partnership with all of earth’s ecologies, both physical and non-physical. Mary is also managing director of the UK branch of InnerLinks Associates, which researches and develops Transformation Game products, programmes and trainings; these offer playful yet substantial approaches to exploring and transforming issues in life and work. Mary has been involved with the Transformation Game since its beginnings in 1976. Her work draws on her experience at the Findhorn Community and with the Transformation Game, as well with as a variety of other fields and inter-disciplinary approaches, including process oriented psychology and incarnational spirituality. She has designed, developed and facilitated some innovative programmes, processes and trainings, including several custom-made large group processes using the Transformation Game in conferences in the UK, Europe and Korea.

Testmonial.
Feedback about the training which took place in the beginning of 2015 in Japan from Mana Hirose:
"Mary Inglis has been in Japan for a month to give several kinds of training include facilitators training. I had done "Process Skill Training" which is asort of her works. It was really interesting work based on Process Oriented Psycology and other aspects of Incarnational Spirituarity by David Spanglar that includes the process skills, which can be used in the Transformation Game or anywhere else working with people.
I recommend you if you have a chance! It is such a gift to be shared Mary's rich insights & intelligence by long time experience. It was time of learning mistery of life and a lot of fun!
These days I am using process skills in my Transformation game facilitation, and it works very well! It leads to really intuitional awareness and understanding what is there in unconcious area of each person. Also it is obvious to other players to understand what is happening with others. More process, more compassion and support!"

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