SPT meets IFS
Embracing Your Parts
In today's world, we often find ourselves caught in an endless, sometimes looping flow of thoughts. It can be perceived as a continuous inner dialogue, not rarely associated with strong emotions such as fear, anger or sadness.
According to the IFS model our mind works as a system composed of different parts that tell us various narratives that impact how we navigate life. What would happen if we combine the systemic approach and practices of SPT, which are mostly used to make systems more visible (or to see and sense themselves), with this lenses of the inner narratives/parts? That’s what we are going to explore in this workshop, a half day dedicated to making visible our inner dynamics and, mostly, to uncover possible paths that reveal the inherent sanity within our internal system (also called Self) so it can expand to the external systems we are connected to, generating higher well-being for all.
In this workshop we will combine the Internal Family Systems (IFS) systemic approach of the person and its mind, with Social Presencing Theater (SPT) that uses simple body postures and movements for social systems awareness, to create a safe space that allows to initiate profound change.
more about IFS at: https://ifs-institute.com/
introductory video: https://youtu.be/DdZZ7sTX840
more about SPT at: https://www.presencing.org/aboutus/sptintroductory video: https://vimeo.com/314787723
What makes us feel stuck in life?
How does the concept of inner parts apply to some situations in our lives where we feel "stuck"?
How are they trying to protect us and what is their role in the current system?
How to sense into and embody inner parts and 'dance' with them while the new emerges, more aligned with our innate basic sanity (Self)?
Applied Methods and Theory
silence, guided meditation
Social Presencing Theater (SPT)
Internal Family System (IFS)
working in sub groups
defining powerful next steps
What you can take away
You get an understanding of the basic principles and concept of IFS
You adapt those principles to your body using SPT practices
You learn to sense into and listen to your inner parts and where that can take you
You discover how a compassionate social field can support you
For whom is this workshop
Humans with curiosity and courage to explore how the concept of IFS and the practice of SPT complement each other
Coaches, Consultants working with individuals and groups looking to enrich their toolbox of embodied practices
At a glance
Online Workshop ‘SPT meets IFS - Embracing Your Parts ’ with Vasco Gaspar and Dirk Bräuninger
Friday, March, 12 2021 (3:30 pm to 7:00 pm CET; break included)
participation fee: 90 €
The workshop will be held via zoom.
Bring with you: comfortable clothes; pen, notebook; quiet environment
Further questions: email@example.com (+49 171 148 1075)
Vasco Gasparauthor, speaker and facilitator
With a degree in Psychology from the University of Coimbra, Vasco is the author of the book "Aqui e Agora - Mindfulness". He works globally as a facilitator and speaker in the areas of conscious leadership and human potential, in all private, public and voluntary sectors, having reached directly more than 30 thousand people all over the world.
His main interest lies is in the integration of different contemplative practices, such as Mindfulness, Heartfulness or Presencing, with proven practices of psychotherapy, neuroscience and others, at the service of highest human potential applied for a greater good. He is certified by several renowned institutes such as the Presencing Institute, Heartfulness Institute, Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute, IFS Institute, among many others.
With his presence and service all over the world, he holds the intention of inspiring change and transformation towards a more human and compassionate world for all living beings.
Dirk Bräuningerfacilitator, coach, consultant
After a 35-year career in information technology with stints in the US and Asia, Dirk decided in 2014 to combine his professional leadership experience with his long-standing private practice in mindfulness and bodywork.
He learned and practiced meditation and yoga since the early 80's and in 2009 expanded his body-based methodologies to include Japanese Shiatsu practice. After his training as a systemic coach and change manager, he came into contact with the Social Presencing Theater (SPT) in 2015 as part of the Foundation Program of the Presencing Institute. In 2017 he completed his Advanced Practitioner training with Arawana Hayashi, the founder of SPT. Today he focuses on personal and collective transformational processes based on Theory U, gives seminars in SPT and is co-founder and -organizer of Movalogue, an international SPT practitioner gathering.
Dirk combines deep and broad international leadership experience with modern participatory methods of group work and embodiment practice.