What if tensions in relationship are invitations into a greater wholeness and degree of intimacy with self, other, and life itself, rather than a problem to be resolved?
“We may have this conflict because we need to recover our truer complexity.” – Robert Kegan
In this workshop, we’ll practice in real time with relational tensions. Focusing as relationships, rather than simply as individuals, we will work on our self/other constructions with practices designed to cultivate: earnest compassion for self and other; ever deeper truths in experience; clear presence with difficult mental, emotional, affective, and somatic states, including unknowing and uncertainty; and the simultaneous sense of one’s own multiplicity alongside the ability to relate from and as a process of wholeness.
Come discover the transformational practice of relationship!
[You may come as a (romantic) couple, or simply as a person who experiences tension or conflict in relationship — this workshop is for everyone!]