• Hurtful Relationship Patterns and Deep Dreams

    By Agnieszka Olszewska–Kaczmarek In everyday life, we often meet people who are in relationships that bring them more suffering than benefits.  One of the parties, despite repeated injuries and a sense of unfulfillment and even unhappiness, remains in the relationship or walks away just to return in a moment. On

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  • Case Supervision with Arny Mindell January 2021

    Join Arny Mindell for Support, Understanding and/or Insights into Your Work with Individuals, Relationships, or Groups. Find out more and register online This class provides individual case supervision to support both inner development and outer work of participants working with people or groups on any situation including severe illness and near

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  • Discover Processwork – Online Intensive Jan 16-28, 2021

    Discover Processwork – Online Intensive Jan 16-28, 2021 tools for personal and collective transformation experiential –  online – immersive online only ~ live and recordings For anyone looking for a transformational, experiential introduction to the ideas, practices and range of Processwork tools for personal and collective transformation. Find out all

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  • Intervening in Racism; Key to Cultural Change

    As Black America stands up and refuses to take any more government licensed brutality, joined by other people of color and white allies, all of us are called to assess our values and what we contribute to immanent cultural change.  Over the past four years, I have been pessimistic about

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800 years young & don’t miss our January Intensive

How did you get so big? I stood in the rain, awed by an 800 year old being rising up through the mist. The low grrrrr of ocean waves crashing not far away, I sobbed quietly, overwhelmed by joy and awe in the Pacific Northwest coastal forest. Western science has just recently understood that forests are collaborative diverse communities. The visible part of the forest can look like a competition for light, space and nutrients. But underground, the forest is a network of inter-species connections used for support and nourishment. What scientists call ‘mother trees’ partner