NeuroSystemicsTM is a community-based methodology bridging ancient wisdom traditions, evolutionary neurosciences and systemic understanding to offer integrative path to resilient healing, passionate living and awakening.
A meta-therapeutic (systems) methodology
NeuroSystemics is a clinical practice which can be applied in four settings: (i) mental training, (ii) individual therapy, (iii) group therapy and (iv) community processes. They each correspond to the concentric circles of (0) sense, (1) self, (2) social and (3) societal, respectively:
In whichever setting, we attempt to engage with all the parts of that system as well as the system as a whole. Biology and affect, as holonic fractals, can be both parts and wholes, depending on the breadth of attentional focus and practice setting.
Self-Compassion in a Systemic Approach
Self-Compassion is an approach that transforms our relationship with ourselves. In situations where we are particularly challenged, many of us experience internal conflicts with ourselves and the effects of a brutal mind voice. By developing self-compassion skills, it becomes possible to define the situation and emotion with simplicity, to feel ourselves as a part of humanity, and to develop an understanding, motivating, compassionate inner voice when talking to ourselves.
NeuroSystemics approaches all phenomena and concepts in layers. What happens in the individual is reflected in the society. Whoever heals in a relationship sings the seed of improvement in all relationships. Establishing a compassionate relationship with ourselves lays the foundation for inner strength, a more fulfilled life, and a genuine and compassionate relationship with all beings.
In this workshop, we will talk about self-compassion and compassion, integrating it with a systemic approach.
Hoping to see you in this 1.5-hour workshop where we will open up space for a meditation and lots of sharing, on the basics of NeuroSystemics, the definition of self-compassion!
Who is this workshop for?
This workshop is suitable for anyone wishing to:
- Find new ways to self-regulate during difficult times
- Enrich their understanding of themselves and others
- Experience a safe space where you can reflect and connect
- Feel more connected, settled and peaceful by the end of the workshop
Free for all registered CARE training participants.