Title of contribution:
What you say changes the world
Where & when:
Tuesday, 22nd May
Project: What you say changes the world: Resonant language, fluidity, intimacy and creating the space we want to live in
The way we speak wires our brains, weaves the fabric of our relationships, and creates the world we live in. Research in interpersonal neurobiology shows that when we are met with resonant language, such as wondering about and naming emotions, dreams, longings, needs and body sensations, we are able to integrate even the most difficult experiences into how we know ourselves. And as we learn to speak to ourselves in this way, we move through the world with more flexibility and resiliency, our immune systems strengthen, and we stay intimately attuned to the moment. This workshop will explore the use of resonant language to shift relationships into deeper attunement and connection. We will also explore how resonant language deepens the 3D body-centered exploration of families over generations that is family constellation work.
About Sarah Peyton:
Sarah Peyton is a CNVC Certified Trainer of Nonviolent Communication; an experienced facilitator of Family Constellation work; speaks and writes internationally on the confluence of NVC, Constellation work, and the world of neuroscience research; guest lectures at the International Systemic Constellations Association (ISCA) Intensive at Bernried, Germany (’14, ’15, ’16); and was a keynote speaker at the North American Systemic Constellations Conference in 2017.