Peace: Make it real

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Peace comes in many forms but if it doesn’t come to you, life can be hell. In this workshop we may have to enter hell to find peace. Without peace and the experience of peace, life can be wearing and not replenishing. It can take, and take, and take. Peace can be a thing that gives to you, feeds you: you, your soul, your being, your spirit. Is it worth going to hell for? Hell yes!

All adventures start with impossible odds, a journey that can seem long, with hardships, with impasses, with blocks, with danger, sometimes without rest. Can we ask others to join us? Yes, we certainly can. Of great service it is to join with others to assist them in the determination of the worth and value of their lives and to allow them to become open to the stuff of life. The privilege of journeying together is a rich one. Many people become fearful of journeying because this journey can be a lonely one. The spiritual quest is often painted as an isolating one, which a person must do alone. When Moreno created psychodrama he created a way that we, as living breathing, strange, fateful, complicated, and isolated beings, can come together and with great intensity and great intimacy build something new in the world. Create something that has never existed since time began. Give birth to an artistic, aesthetic, profound co-creation that nourishes and feeds.

Come along for an adventure in peace with co-journeyers.

Dates: July Tuesday 21st, Saturday 25th, Tuesday 28th, August 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th

Times: Tuesday 6.30 - 9.30, Saturday 10.00 - 5.00

Venue: 45 Clarence St, Coorparoo, Brisbane

Fee: $385
Group Leader: Peter Howie

Peter is the Executive Director of Psychodrama Australia as well as the Director of Training for the Brisbane Campus. He has been developing and running deep learning experiential psychodrama training groups since 1993. He qualified as a psychodrama practitioner in 1999 and as a psychodrama trainer in 2006.  He completed his Master of Education in 2011 and is currently a PhD candidate at Griffith University researching psychodrama. Peter operates from a conviction in the capacity of each human being to develop the flexibility and spontaneity to make a significant contribution to their own and other’s lives, irrespective of where they have come from, and current circumstances. He believes that all human life is relational, that we live as part of complex systems, and that working in groups opens up enormous possibilities that would otherwise not occur.

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Tuesday 21st July, 2015
Start 6:30 pm
6 Tuesday evenings and 1 Saturday
45 Clarence St Coorparoo
Brisbane, QLD 4151