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SHORT VIDEOS TO SUPPLEMENT YOUR GUIDE TRAINING
Evaluating invitations: SOS and infinite games.
What are the circle prompts used in Forest Therapy and why do we use them?
What is medicine?
EMBODYING THE WORK
How to remember that it's not about the words you say or the things you do, it's about the way participants feel; the importance of allowing for freedom in liminality.
How to galvanize curiosity in participants as a gateway to their own self directed exploration of sensory experiences.
WORKING WITH TAMED WORLD SOUNDS
How to work with sounds coming from the tamed world.
SPACIOUSNESS in POP
Timing in pleasures of presence and the quality of silence as an aspect of language of invitation.
IMAGINAL SENSE in FOREST THERAPY
What's the difference between imaginary and imaginal? How do we employ the imaginal sense in helping participants connect with the forest?
WHAT IS LISTENING FROM THE HEART
How can we learn to listen from the heart through deepening our connection to trees and other beings?
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