The Irish Psychosynthesis Network presents
LISTENING TO THE SOUL
A workshop facilitated by Brian Graham
in the Central Hotel, Dublin
Saturday 2nd June 2018 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
There is a way between voice and presence
where information flows…
In disciplined silence it opens,
with wandering talk it closes.
From a transpersonal perspective, in this largely experiential workshop, we will explore and evoke a deeper connection to the soul and the I-Self connection in therapeutic practice through:
- Expanding awareness around bi-focal vision and the ‘bigger picture’
- Deepening soulful reflection and listening
- Exploring the presence of the therapist
- Addressing the deeper longing of the Soul
Brian Graham is from Northern Ireland. He has worked in a therapeutic context for over thirty years, and as an educator both in the UK and internationally for 15 years. He is a senior trainer at the Psychosynthesis Trust in London, and has a private practice as a therapist and clinical supervisor at his home in East Sussex.
He is particularly passionate about the soul’s journey; the synthesis of the spiritual and therapeutic paths; actualising our potential, and finding purpose and meaning on our life’s journey.
The Irish Psychosynthesis Network consists of graduates of psychosynthesis training institutes who are practicing on the island of Ireland. This is the first time the Network is hosting a public workshop for all those in psychotherapy and counselling who are interested in this approach.
For booking details visit www.psychosynthesis.tel
or email firstname.lastname@example.org