Mon, 15 Mar



Bodies at Play

Connect with your embodied self through the Drama Therapy's 'Embodiment-Projection-Role' model.

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Bodies at Play

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15-Mar-2021, 4:30 pm


About the event

Things you will do Embodiment is essential to fulfil our need for survival. To be embodied means that experiences are felt directly as arising from within the body without intervening thought. It is the ability to be in awareness of our bodies along with thoughts, feelings, sensations that arise in the subjective present experience. 

Part 1: Embodied Presence - This is an Invitation to follow your impulse, the natural rhythm of your body and witness the unravelling of its stories. Allow yourself to be present to the vast landscape of your inner reality that speaks through sensation, sound and movement connecting us to the expansive wisdom of our being. 

Part 2: Embodied Play - We are never more fully alive, more completely ourselves, or more deeply engrossed in anything than when we are playing. Play is without the ‘why’. It is self-existent. An act with its own destination. When we play, we open the portal to our most essential self and in embodying it, create space for deep inner joy, wisdom, self-discovery. 

Part 3: Embodied Narrative - The body is the internal landscape, which is shaped, moulded and created from its cataclysmic interaction with the world of ideas, cultures and and beliefs.

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