18 Jan Who Am I In Relationship? Understanding Attachment
Who Am I In Relationship?
Understanding Attachment with Gita and Nirodha
Saturdays, February 5, 12, 19 & 26
10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. MT (Colorado), 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. CET (Italy/Germany)
REGISTRATION OPENING SOON!
Do you feel comfortable being vulnerable with your loved ones?
Would you like to open the doors to feeling totally honest and open in all of your relationships?
Who Am I in Relationship is an interactive exploration into how you actually show up with all those people who are important in your life.
In this course, Gita and Nirodha will facilitate self-discovery as you learn more about your personal style of relating. With compassion and authenticity we will begin shifting away from any unfulfilling habits and defenses.
The openness and freedom that you desire is here.
What is attachment theory, and how do you typically show up (or not) when “attached”?
This week, we dive into this eye opening way for exploring who you are in relationships! Understanding who you became as a relational being, and how you got there, opens the door to a much more fulfilling connection to yourself, and to “the other”.
What do you need to feel a sense of good and of safety in relationships?
When we open to others (partners, friends, colleagues, family) we make ourselves vulnerable to their judgments, possible rejections, moods and aggressions. We develop strategies to avoid vulnerabilities that are often very unsatisfactory. How can you live in a nourishing and fun connection and not lose yourself? We will explore the concept of safety, how it works, and how to access it inside your body and ultimately, in your relationships.
When you feel insecure around your partner’s or friends’ appreciation and affection – do you try to control, seduce or manipulate your environment and/or yourself? Or do you tend to turn away from connectedness and toward self reliance, avoiding feelings of uncertainty, your needs and vulnerabilty?
This week, we will explore two very common attachment types, discovering which aspects of both you may have adopted at different times in your life, and also develop an understanding of how these two can trigger and keep each other going.
Can you imagine a world where you can show up with your impulses, needs and likings in relationships? A world where you can simply be you, AND be connected?
We will study, play with, and practice key ingredients of conscious relating, such as self love, self knowledge, compassion, and empowered communication.
Our on-line courses have been designed as unique, one-time offerings from our Leaders, and recordings of modules will not be available. Thank you for understanding, and enjoy the course!
After practicing Zen Buddhism and Sufism for some time, Gita met Osho in 1983.
Gita’s passion for grasping the correlation of ego personality (our strategies and wounds) and of who we truly are (our nature and essence) led her to training in Bioenergetics (A. Lowen), Biodynamic Massage (G. Boyesen), Rebirthing (L. Orr), Psychic Massage, Counseling, Hypnosis, Voice Dialogue, Osho Meditative Therapies, The Art of Dying, and Essence work. The focus of her in-depth training became Developmental Trauma Healing, Systemic Constellations (B. Hellinger), energy work and meditation (Osho Academy), early and adult attachment (D. Siegel and D. Poole-Heller) and Somatic Experiencing™️ (P. Levine).
Since the nineties, Gita has been creating and leading conscious touch trainings, primal and tantra intensives, residential retreats for women, and mentoring somatic psychotherapists and meditation teachers worldwide.