A clear vision in the creative process is essential in bringing any project or idea into fruition. But this clarity can often obstructed by external influences, ideas and programs that consciously and subconsciously limit us and our progress. At the School of Creation we offer a compassionate and unique approach to uncovering and defining the authentic vision of each individual, helping you move forward in the creative proccess.
This hour and a half hour long group session that will introduce you to the unspoken language of your body. You will learn how to access the areas of your body where you feel tension or pain, and observe the memories and feelings that arise. This will help you to re-experience the emotions you felt at the time the memory was formed, and are still stored there. By reflecting on situations or events that lead you to create these feelings, you will be able to identify your coping mechanisms and understand their positive and negative repercussions on your life.
During the weekend workshop you will learn to communicate with your body and understand its messages. We will begin by observing your body and identifying the areas of tension. Then we will learn how to access those places, retrieve what is stored there, and reprogram coping mechanisms.
In this first phase, you will set your intention for the kind of relationship you are looking for, define your core values, and decide what you are willing to commit to. Drawing from your own needs and reflecting on the relationships that have inspired you, you will start to define the relationship you desire. Through meditation, and learning to intuitively listen to your body’s responses, you will begin to gauge what feels right to you and what path you should take that aligns with your goals and values.
In the second phase, you will gather all the experience you have gone through yourself, or seen others go through around you, and draw wisdom from it about what you truly want from a relationship, examining what worked for you in the past and what didn’t. Here you will open yourself up to possibility, and fully immersing yourself in the experience –letting yourself be curious, present and playful.
In this phase, you will use the knowledge and wisdom you gathered in Phase 2, to start to develop a clear definition of the relationship you want to manifest. Here you will consider the words you need to fully and intentionally describe what it is you want the relationship to be, and the methods you will put in place on a daily basis to make it happen.
In this phase you will verbalize your intentions, and present your vision your partner, and to the world in general. Through meaningful communication, you will identify priorities, values and a plan of action and see how these compare to those of your partner. You will work together to determine if your ideals are in alignment, where they overlap, or if you have different needs and goals altogether and how/if these can be reconciled.
In this phase you will put together a timeline and plan of action on how your relationship is going to unfold and steps you are going to take to make it happen. You will also learn to set boundaries and put your shared goals into practice. Here you will define the activities you are going to share versus your personal hobbies. You will learn how to make choices, define priorities, and discuss these with your partner.
In this phase you will begin to take action and implement the plans defined in phase 5. This may be as simple as doing more activities together, taking a vacation or working on small projects. Here you will be able to experience, and evaluate how your relationship works for both parties, with a defined and shared vision. At this stage, you will examine the reationship you have crafted so far, and what you have learned from it - which methods worked and which need to be modified or corrected.
In this phase, based on what you have created thus far, you will examine how your relationship fits into the greater context of your life and begin planning for the long term. This could mean a commitment to create a home or family together. It will include work on what kind of legacy you want to leave to the world, such as children, public service, being part of a spiritual community, or through your chosen career. Here you will put together a long term plan, and set it in motion.