February 3-5, 2023 Holotropic Breathwork® Workshop Registration Available Now
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Our next workshop will be held at: Luna Recovery, 5757 Woodway Dr, Suite 110 Houston, TX 77057.
FEBRUARY 3-5, 2023 Workshop times:
Friday, February 3, 6 - 9 p.m.
Saturday, February 4, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Integration Session Sunday morning, February 5 from 10 a.m. to noon
We will begin at 6 p.m. on Friday, February 3 with an opening circle and preparation for our experiential work. On Saturday morning, February 4 we will gather at 9 a.m. The day will include two breathwork sessions (with half the group breathing in the morning and half in the afternoon). We will conclude our day Saturday with a closing circle and some words about integration of the work, ending by 9 p.m.
To further enhance the benefits of the work, plan to attend the integration session on Sunday morning, February 5 from 10 a.m. to noon.
The cost for the weekend is $225, including the integration session on Sunday. Tea and snacks will be provided; please plan to bring your lunch on Saturday. (There will be a refrigerator and microwave available.)
Registration is limited to 20
Holotropic Breathwork™ offers an opportunity to touch the deep well of your own inner healing wisdom. Each session is unique, offering a range of experiences that can include aspects of your personal history, psychological death and rebirth, transpersonal interconnections, and the greater reality to which we all belong. Deeper and faster breathing, a specially designed musical journey, and a safe and supportive setting with trained facilitators are the doorway to a non-ordinary state of consciousness with the potential for deep self-exploration, personal transformation, and healing. Mandala drawing and group processing of the experiences are tools for initial steps toward integration of the journey.
Please note that this work is not indicated for persons dealing with significant high blood pressure or other cardiovascular conditions; glaucoma or recent retinal detachment; surgeries or recent injuries, and serious psychiatric conditions. If you have questions about these contraindications, please call Pam at 713-416-4678.
Participants will be required to complete a Registration Form including a Medical Information Form and a Waiver that exempts liability related to Covid-19 exposure or infection. We require that each participant provide proof of a negative Covid-19 home test taken the day the workshop begins, and may require daily testing depending on the infection rates in February.
Upcoming Online Events at the Jung Center
On March 15, from 12 to 1 p.m. Central, Mark Ryan will offer:
“Sage-ing”: Zalman Schachter-Shalomi on Conscious Aging
Rabbi Zalman Schacter-Shalomi, celebrated for his work in ecumenical dialogue and Jewish Renewal, was an originator of the movement for conscious aging, at the forefront in defining its aims and means. After a brief account of his extraordinary life, this presentation will review his vision of “spiritual eldering,” with its potential role in personal and social transformation and its promise of a more creative and fulfilling elderhood. Tracking his application of insights from contemplative traditions and transpersonal psychology to issues of aging, it will explore his notions of the value of elderhood in mentoring, healing, and the “art of life completion.”
Registration Information to Come
On Tuesday, May 9, 2023 from 5:30 to 7 p.m., Ginger Clarkson wil offer:
Waking Up to What We Do: Buddhist Ethics as a Practice of Liberation
Buddhist precepts originated as rules to govern monastic communities and broadened to guide lay people to cultivate wisdom and compassion in thoughts, words, and deeds. This lecture will discuss the central precepts and describe the liberating effects of practicing them in our daily interactions. Drawing on Diane Eshin Rizzetto's book, "Waking Up to What You Do," we will explore the precepts not as commandments by which we judge ourselves but as basic human values. The precepts can help us to discern the reality of each situation and to take appropriate action accordingly. The more we choose not to act from self-interest at the expense of others, the more we find inner peace and ease.
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In this podcast, Pam Stockton discusses psychedelics and Buddhism with Buddhist teacher Claire Villarreal, Ph.D.
"The Sacred Speaks" Podcast with Mark Ryan In a newly mounted podcast, Mark Ryan discusses his book on spiritual psychology, A Different Dimension: Reflections on the History of Transpersonal Thought. The conversation, focusing on the human capacity for spiritual experience, is on the podcast series "The Sacred Speaks," hosted by John Price. It is accessible in both video and audio versions:
Shrink Rap Radio, the Psychology Talk and Interview Podcast with Dr. David Van Nuys, recently interviewed Mark Ryan about transpersonal psychology pioneer William James. To hear Mark's enlightening discussion with Dr. Dave, click on the link below.