Title of contribution:
Developing We-Space via Resonance Workshop
Where & when:
Workshop: Developing We-Space via Resonance Workshop
There are poignant moments when viewing a movie when there is a sequence where we feel both joy and sadness. Often times we hide these powerful feelings and turn away from our companion, fearing over-exposure. What if we do not turn away and allow these complex and potent feelings to settle into a resonance to be felt between two or more people? This would be a We-Space; a form of non-verbal presencing and witnessing. In this workshop we will transmute these feelings into stable pathways between alternating pairs of participants. We will utilize selected video sequences to ignite these feelings and learn how to lay down these transformative pathways that sustain the mutual experience. As a group we will describe the process of “how we did it” and collect this knowledge for you to later use in your community and in your intimate relationship. This is a highly participatory workshop for folks with sufficient interior awareness who are capable of showing up in moments of transparency and are willing to describe the unitive experience.
About Tom Habib:
Tom Habib was founder and managing partner in a private group Clinical Psychology practice for 26 years. He is also adjunct faculty at Center for Integrative Psychology in the California School of Professional Psychology, San Diego. Tom is serving as the Chairperson for the IEC’s International Consortium of Integral Scholars. He is currently developing We-space experiences at San Diego Integral and utilizing these findings to help intimate couples’ stage and state development.