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Working with the Myth of Laziness in Constellations
July 17 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am PDTCost: $30.00
JULY EXPLORATION: July 17, 2022 from 9:00-10:30am Pacific Time, 5pm-6:30pm British Time (convert to your timezone here)
Do you ever become angry and contemptuous with yourself for not being able to take action? Do you ever feel paralyzed, and call yourself “lazy?” Do your clients ever worry that they or their children are “lazy?” Condemning self and others for “laziness” is a primary shadow action, with interesting elements of sadism. Understanding the neurobiology of immobilization is an important element of both personal healing and client support in constellation work, and leads to greater self-compassion and more ability to take action. Join Sarah Peyton to experience the effectiveness of accompaniment for immobilization.
This webinar includes a brief lecture on the relational neuroscience of laziness, an in-depth mini-constellation demo plus instructions to try it yourself with either other people or with objects. The seeker was selected by a lottery of those who agreed to be recorded for others’ learning.
- 90 minutes
- This session includes experiential offerings
- Purchase includes access to download the recording.
- Part of the Neuroscience and Constellations Series: Enjoying the Shadow In Constellation Work
- This work is not therapy and is not a substitute for therapy. If you have a sense that you would be destabilized by yourself or others speaking about difficult events, then this course may not be for you. While we hope that the processes and information that we share can be of use in your journey, we do not have the resources to support extreme psychological difficulties.
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Sarah Peyton, Certified Trainer of Nonviolent Communication and neuroscience educator, integrates brain science and the use of resonant language to heal personal and collective trauma with exquisite gentleness.
Sarah is a sought-after expert who brings neuroscience expertise together with depth work, self-compassion, and the transformative potential of language. She works with audiences internationally to create a compassionate understanding of the effects of relational trauma on the brain, and teaches people how words change and heal us.
Sarah teaches and lectures internationally and is the author of four books on relational neuroscience and self-compassion: Your Resonant Self: Guided Meditations and Exercises to Engage Your Brain’s Capacity for Healing, the companion Your Resonant Self Workbook: From Self-sabotage to Self-care, and Affirmations for Turbulent Times: Resonant Words to Soothe Body and Mind, and The Antiracist Heart: A Self-Compassion and Activism Handbook, co-authored alongside Roxy Manning, PhD.