Participation in a workshop is an essential step in a learning process. A group is an efficient laboratorium to clarify your process. You experience how you relate to others. You learn about your patterns and discover new options and solutions.
Due to the corona crisis we suspended our scheduled program for workshops, trainings & supervision. As soon as we have garanties that reconstructive work can be done safely we will come back with a new program.
In the meanwhile there is a online program.
Reconstructive is a new methodology created by Carola Castillo from Venezuela. It’s born out of the interconnectedness within shamanic experiences, ceremonies with sacred plants, family constellations and energy work from the Shaolin Wahnam institute. It’s basically a group dynamic within the transpersonal realm.
We are all subject to our perception. This is all information stored in our memory, all we learned since early childhood, translated into something automatic and rigid. The rigidity of our perception explains why we feel threatened by others. Our programs try to defend us but leave no space for evolution of the truer part in us.
In relationship to our partner, to our children and colleagues we often needed to reinforce this automatic behavior. We left easily the truthful and authentic aside.
This frustration and fight mode can be seen as a conflict within ourselves. Until we reach certain limits and allow ourselves to get in touch with more profound layers. Then we can feel what has been kept hidden or silent in our shadow. Reconstructive is an intense experience, facilitating this process.
In his workshops Bart will introduce us into this new methodology and guide us into experiencing it. In this movement our willpower, attitude and free choice can eventually renovate and consequently create new reality. We open ourselves for more joy and responsibility. This is our ability to respond from a freer place.
The are workshops for a mixed audience and for men only. To see the dates and places of the different workshops, click here