Ibiza II.
May 23, Tuesday
14:00 – 17:00
Budapest (CEST)
Ibiza I.
May 25, Thursday
11:30 – 13:30
Budapest (CEST)

Flowing Through Life: Flow in Daily Living

IEC Conference: 2023

This workshop on “Flow” is designed for individuals within the integral community who are interested in practical techniques to improve their ability to be in the right state at the right time. The workshop will explore the concept of Flow, a state of complete immersion in a task, where time seems to fly by and actions and thoughts merge seamlessly.

This workshop is based on the principles of positive psychology, which emphasizes the importance of engaging in activities that promote well-being and happiness. Flow is one of the key concepts of positive psychology, and research has shown that individuals who experience flow on a regular basis are more likely to experience positive emotions and a sense of fulfillment.

Participants will learn about the different components of flow, including the challenges and skills required to enter this state. The workshop will emphasize practical techniques for accessing and maintaining flow, with less emphasis on theoretical aspects. These techniques will include Attention exercises, visualization and other techniques.

The workshop will also explore how to apply the concept of flow to daily life, including work, personal relationships, and leisure activities. Participants will be encouraged to share their experiences and ask questions throughout the workshop.

Overall, this workshop will provide participants with the tools they need to achieve flow and maintain it in their daily lives. By learning how to achieve and maintain flow, participants can experience greater well-being, happiness, and a sense of fulfillment in their daily lives.



Tim is a health psychologist from Germany with a strong background in evidence-based practice, public health, and positive psychology. He holds a Master’s degree in Health Psychology and a degree in Business Psychology, and has been self-employed since 2016.

Throughout the pandemic, Tim has focused on supporting long-term unemployed individuals by providing psychological aid and helping them to reintegrate into society. Currently he is also working as an academic in a university, teaching courses on evidence-based practice and public health.

Recently, Tim has been collaborating with two colleagues to build a practical course on the application of positive psychology, which has been a significant focus over the past year. He is passionate about helping individuals to achieve their full potential and experience greater well-being, and believes that the concept of “flow” can play a vital role in this process.

With his extensive experience in psychology and public health, Tim is uniquely positioned to guide individuals through the practical techniques that can aid in engagement and well-being.