The Hero’s Journey is a myth that Joseph Campbell found in every culture, in which life is lived as a great “call to adventure,” a creative journey that brings something new in the world. We will explore the Hero’s Journey as a map for living a profoundly fulfilling life of healing, transformation, and creativity. You will learn techniques for: identifying a life calling, transforming “demons”, developing guardians and resources, realizing personal transformation and healing, and bringing transformational gifts back into the community.
Special 6 day workshop with Stephen Gilligan, PhD teaches and demonstrates the powerful use of generative hypnosis (generation 3d) to lead your life from the somatic and cognitive mind mutual connection bringing your life to the top of your most wanted dreams and unbelievable happiness.
This is a video recording of a English / German workshop by Stephen Gilligan and Robert Dilts called “Evolution of Consciousness”. They share their different perspectives on consciousness and change work. Very interesting if you are into these guys. Evolution of Consciousness (with Stephen Gilligan, 3-4 days), Applies Self Relations and Third Generation NLP to break through old mind sets, “get outside of the box” of existing thinking patterns and create new consciousness that both “includes and transcends” our previous knowledge and awareness.
For the last ten years Steve Gilligan has been developing Self-Relations Psychotherapy. This videotape includes Steve’s comments about the basic ideas and the clinical practice of self-relations therapy. Included are three actual first sessions with individuals with different presenting problems.
For the last ten years Steve Gilligan has been developing Self-Relations Psychotherapy. This videotape includes Steve’s comments about the basic ideas and the clinical practice of self-relations therapy. Included are three actual first sessions with individuals with different presenting problems. In a time when love seems to be fading and hatred and despair rising, it presents love as a skill and force that can heal and invigorate, reconnect and guide, calm and encourage. In Gilligan's self-relations approach, psychotherapy is a conversation about competing differences. When these differences are treated violently or indifferently, problems arise; solutions develop when the skills of love are practiced. Those practical skills are described here, with an emphasis on postconventional ethics, Buddhist and aikido principles, and ideas of human sponsorship.