Healing the Healers Module III: Responding to Spiritual Suffering
Participants experience and are mentored in a wide range of creative and effective psychospiritual tools for end of life care. The spectrum of practices includes art and music therapies, guided imagery, coma work, and prescriptive ritual tailored to the spiritual belief of each patient. Holistic therapies are drawn from the world's great spiritual traditions and applied with contemporary scientific skills.
What you can expect from this program:
-Experience with three different styles of guided imagery which have a proven clinical track record for alleviating spiritual pain
-Practiced with the principles of Coma Therapy for use with patients in states of altered consciousness.
-Experimentation with one of several art therapy projects which can be applied to bed-bound patients.
-Study of the acclaimed science-based research of Drs. Larry Dossey and Joan Borysenko on the effectiveness of ‘non-local’ prayer on healing.
-Development of a practical ritual to be used in end-of-life care based on traditional and contemporary models.
-Reflection on a Bereavement Model for ‘reconciling grief’ based on the work of Dr. Alan Wolfelt’s Center for Loss and Transition in Boulder, Colorado.
-Walking the labyrinth and reflecting on its unique history as a symbol of spiritual pilgrimage.
Friday, September 29: 9:00am - 4:30pm Pacific Time
Saturday, September 30: 9:00am - 4:30pm Pacific Time
Program Tuition: $300 USD
Early Bird $250 USD (Valid Until August 29, 2023)
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ONLINE PROGRAM RECOMMENDATIONS & REQUIREMENTS
Every participant of Sacred Art of Living Community’s online programs is required to have an adequate internet connection and appropriate equipment for a Zoom meeting/webinar. This allows for each participant to be seen and heard by their fellow participants as well as the Leadership Team during our highly interactive programs. It is not allowed to simply attend a workshop anonymously (i.e. with muted video and audio).
Participants are also required to be present in an appropriate, stationary space with access to audio and visual privacy as needed. Driving or riding in a vehicle during a program is unsuitable to the integrity of the workshop and the quality of your experience and the experience of your fellow participants.
Full participation in these workshops is required. This includes participation in the interactive breakout sessions and small group exercises that are part of each program.
We highly recommend, if at all possible, to join our online programs with a laptop or desktop computer to allow for optimal viewing and participation. A working camera and microphone are also essential. In our experience iPads, Tablets, and smartphones tend to greatly inhibit the overall experience for participants.