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BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//The Field Centre - ECPv5.1.5//NONSGML v1.0//EN CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH X-WR-CALNAME:The Field Centre X-ORIGINAL-URL:http://thefieldcentre.org.uk X-WR-CALDESC:Events for The Field Centre BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:Europe/London BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZOFFSETFROM:+0000 TZOFFSETTO:+0100 TZNAME:BST DTSTART:20200329T010000 END:DAYLIGHT BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:+0100 TZOFFSETTO:+0000 TZNAME:GMT DTSTART:20201025T010000 END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20201002T193000 DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20201002T210000 DTSTAMP:20200922T210903 CREATED:20191125T095918Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200318T130520Z UID:9210-1601667000-1601672400@thefieldcentre.org.uk SUMMARY:Goethean Psychology – a Psychology of Freedom Talk\, with practical illustration\, by Graham Kennish DESCRIPTION:This Friday evening talk will serve as an introduction to the Goethean Psychology workshop which will take place on Saturday October 3 10 am -12.30pm. \nGraham Kennish will describe some of the historical impediments that have hindered a Goethean psychology from developing and outline Rudolf Steiner’s seminal lectures\, which lead to a ‘Psychology of Freedom\,’ paralleling his ‘Philosophy of Freedom’. \nFor more information please contact Graham Kennish\nEmail: kennish46@gmail.com     07973 680959 \n URL:http://thefieldcentre.org.uk/event/goethean-psychology-lecture-3/ LOCATION:The Field Centre\, GL6 0QE\, United Kingdom CATEGORIES:Lecture END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20201003T093000 DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20201003T123000 DTSTAMP:20200922T210903 CREATED:20191125T100203Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200318T130613Z UID:9214-1601717400-1601728200@thefieldcentre.org.uk SUMMARY:Goethean Psychology workshop with Graham Kennish DESCRIPTION:(Friday’s talk is not a requirement for Saturday workshop attendance) \nGraham Kennish will lead a workshop in which participants can use a Goethean method to discover archetypal inner dynamics of the soul through perception of their own gestures\, involving no analysis or interpretation by themselves or others. No personal intimacies are shared\, the process is entirely confidential to yourself and the gestures are your creation. \n  \nThis workshop lays the ground for learning how to create a gesture language to enhance the inner Goethean observation of the outer world of minerals\, plants and animals. It can also provide tools to handle the stress and conflict which create inner ‘fog’ – a loss of clarity in all our professional and personal life situations. \n  \nFree participation\, donations welcome \n  \nFor more information please contact Graham Kennish\nEmail: kennish46@gmail.com     07973 680959 \n URL:http://thefieldcentre.org.uk/event/goethean-psychology-workshop-2/ LOCATION:The Field Centre\, GL6 0QE\, United Kingdom CATEGORIES:Seminar,Workshop END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20201004T140000 DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20201004T170000 DTSTAMP:20200922T210903 CREATED:20200312T084433Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200318T130835Z UID:9314-1601820000-1601830800@thefieldcentre.org.uk SUMMARY:The Inner Child - a Goethean Psychology workshop with Graham Kennish DESCRIPTION:Using Goethean Psychology\, participants will create their own ‘gesture tools’\, which they can then regularly practise\, to deepen their awareness of  ‘inner children’ and bring re-newed love and care to them. “It is never too late to have a happy childhood” \nWhat is an ‘Inner Child’? \nWatching young children\, we are drawn to the innocence and freshness of the  little person\, their vibrant\, open curiosity and their endless activity. We are also drawn to older children and teenagers for the freshness of their qualities. We both remember these qualities in our own childhoods\, but we become aware of the lack of them\, too\, because\, unless we were exceedingly fortunate\, we were not given all that we needed for our development\, so our adult lives have been partly spent\, while living out of what were satisfied childhood forces\, finding ways to nurture those aspects which were left out or left behind through the destiny of our upbringing. \nFrom those we appreciate around us as friends or as lovers\, we give and receive\, enjoying again all those qualities\, and learning to bring light into the more shadowed resonances – whether kindergarten\, lower\, middle or upper school ages. In many ways life offers us to be parents to ourselves\, life gives us new opportunities for second childhoods. Particularly as parents with our own children\, we are given rich opportunities to re-enter childhood forces and experience them again\, but this time from the ‘other side’\, as an adult.  We become clearer in ourselves about what a young child needs and we find ways to give to the children in our care what we consider will be of most benefit to their developing – in a fuller way\, perhaps\, than we had. \nWhile we may not have enjoyed the fullness of such benefits ourselves\, we can feel that at least we can give it to the children around us and enjoy it from the other side\, from out of our adulthood. Yet\, there are occasions when our interaction with children touches us more deeply than we feel comfortable with and pulls us into a dilemma. How can I remain an adult while at the same time enter deeply into what the children I care for\, need?  Why do I sometimes become anxious and uncertain\, finding it hard to step back\, trust and let the children engage with their own experiences? Why do I sometimes find that\, in being with children\, I can get cross and angry\, or frustrated and exhausted by them. Why do I sometimes lose myself a little as an adult and find myself compromised\, particularly with teenagers\, when I identify too much as a friend and boundaries become blurred\, with some loss of respect and the inner authority that children and teenagers need to feel safe with. \nSuch experiences can be understood by entering into them with gesture\, the language of the soul. Once we can see these gestures and work with them we can transform the feelings at their source\, using that same language of gesture. Talking doesn’t touch this level of feeling\, but gesture does and we can safely heal our own biographical gestures by re-entering them in present time\, re-entering the childhood within ourselves\, wordlessly. \nIt is never too late to have a happy childhood! \nThe children we meet and care for\, resonate in us as one musical instrument does with another. When the strings that could sound\, are slack or broken from painful experiences\, we can re-string them and become more open to the childrens’. When childrens’ difficulties resonate with our own ‘difficult’ strings\, we are unable to respond so effectively until we have repaired and re-tuned our own strings. \n  \n  \n* Neither Friday’s talk nor Saturday’s workshop are required for Sunday’s workshop \nFree participation\, donations welcome \nFor more information please contact Graham Kennish\nEmail: kennish46@gmail.com \n URL:http://thefieldcentre.org.uk/event/the-inner-child-a-goethean-psychology-workshop-with-graham-kennish/ LOCATION:The Field Centre\, GL6 0QE\, United Kingdom CATEGORIES:Workshop ORGANIZER;CN="Simon%20Reakes":MAILTO:simon.reakes@rmt.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20201120T080000 DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20201121T170000 DTSTAMP:20200922T210903 CREATED:20200907T154639Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200907T154639Z UID:9475-1605859200-1605978000@thefieldcentre.org.uk SUMMARY:Working With The Inner Child: A Key to Understanding Destiny DESCRIPTION: \nA workshop with Dr. Susanne Hofmeister\, anthroposophic physician\, biography worker\, coach and author and Karin Jarman\, Art Therapist HCPC\, supervisor and trainer. \nPublic Lecture :\nFriday 20th November 20 19:30 – 21:00\nWorkshop:\nSat 21st November 9:00 – 17:30\nSunday 22nd November 9:00 – 17:30 \nVenue:\nThe Field Centre\, TIltups\nEnd\, Bath Road\, Nailsworth\, Glos\nGL6 0QE \nFee:\nEarlybird (before 14th October) £140\, otherwise £175 (includes public talk\, refreshments\, lunches and art materials) \nBooking Info:\nNicole Weinberger – nweinbergere@gmail.com \nTo find our navigation through life it helps to understand the deep connection between our childhood and adult life. Finding inner peace with the issues of our childhood empowers us to respond to our future destiny call and to discover the meaning in our life story. We begin to experience ourselves as an artist shaping the raw material of our life in relation to ‘who I am and who I wish to become’. The workshop will include short\, succinct talks on the anthroposophical understanding of the human being\, transactional analysis\, biographical laws\, artistic and biographical exercises. We will also work in pairs and small groups – all of which aim to foster new awareness and understanding\, integration\, self-forgiveness and self-development and deep interest in the other. Karin Jarman will facilitate a colour experience within an artistic process in connection with Susanna’s rendering of the Inner Child work to awaken a connection with the world of colour being related to the world of our feelings and emotions. \n  \n URL:http://thefieldcentre.org.uk/event/working-with-the-inner-child-a-key-to-understanding-destiny-2/ LOCATION:The Field Centre\, GL6 0QE\, United Kingdom END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR