Dissolving Fear and Trauma

Saturday, October 10, 2015 to Sunday, October 11, 2015

Harbin Hot Springs, CA www.harbin.org

For information contact
Inika Spence
Phone: 707 535-9757
E-mail: inikasati@gmail.com

Angela Farmer, Yoga Teacher, Inika Spence, Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP) and Aquatic Bodywork therapist and instructor, Shantam, Aquatic Bodywork therapist and instructor, Diane Tegtmeier, Hakomi Practitioner and Aquatic Bodywork therapist and instructor, Brad Kammer, MA, MFT, LPCC, SEP Maggie Homsy, MSW, LCSW, PPSC and SEP.

Olive picking and oil from Eftalou

Every year the olive trees will get a beating. Cruelyty is not very popular in the civilized West and wife beating is under scrutiny and discussed more openly. Whenever I paint olive trees there seem to be the suggestion that the trunks turn into female bodies and maybe not only because their fluid trunk shapes. Maybe the raising of their branches like arms in despair suggest their suffering to us.
We are the ones who want the oil and we know how to get it!

The Sea Inside Of Us

We use many images in our teaching to lead the attention inwards.
Once we become more comfortable to be with oneselves, the inner world becomes more creative and many images start to be formed that reflect one's being. It is the natural turning of the senses inwards, Patanjali's fifth stage of the Astangha description, leading to meditation.
This is just one image that came about, while visualizing my own inner space....as I was painting, connecting with, rather than isolating from the environmental elements that are part of me...

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