Social Healing, 2015. Oct.21-22 and 23-25.

2015

Healing Dialogues
for our Traumatized History – localized on the spot deep dialogues
October 21st-22nd Participative Dialogues, Arts and Music towards social healing.

Team: Agota Ruzsa, Judit Szentirmai, Nora Ganescu

Agota Éva Ruzsa
dialogue facilitator, actively dedicated to individual and social transformation by applying deep dialogue principles in Bohmean Dialogues, Art of Hosting, World café and Integral constellation work enhanced by mindfulness practice since the transition times in 1989.
Founder and co-founder of several organisations and trustee on boards of interantional organisations like The Global SoL Association.

WorldWork, 2014. in Varsaw I experienced 500 people dedicated to total attention to the healing and shifting of the collective pain that is being held and spaced in our daily lives. The subtleties of seemingly innocent words and half sentences may well surge up into trauma-release based catharsis...”

Healing History
October 23rd-25th
Healing History in “the Heart of Europe” angol-magyar nyelvű 3 napos Társadalmi Transzformáció Műhely, amelyben figyelmünket, energiánkat és jelenLétünket a történelmi traumák és a jövőt kinyitó gyógyulás felé fordítjuk a process psychology módszerével, amely az elmúlt 25 évben WorldWork címen folytat ilyen találkozókat.

Healing History 2014 in Bonn was an incredibly deep experience for me. Gary supported me in working with my trans-generational and collective trauma related to the Holocaust experiences of my Jewish ancestors. I felt witnessed and held. Clean and clear, trusting each other, without shame. We moved to that space “beyond the stories” where new possibilities can emerge and manifest.”  (Shared by a participant of Healing History 2014)

Expert Team of Facilitators: Gary Reiss and Bogna Skymkiewicz 

Dr. Gary Reiss (US) holds an LCSW, PhD., and is a certified trainer in Process-oriented Psychology. Gary has a private practice in Eugene and Portland, Oregon, and teaches Process oriented Psychology worldwide. He is a senior faculty member at the Process Work Institute, and brings 35 plus years’ experience to his work. His specialties include family therapy, sex therapy, working with coma patients, Worldwork in hot spots in the world, organizational development, and integrating Process Work with different spiritual traditions. He has published 9 books including The Dance of Sex; Dreaming Money: and Families that Dream Together. His new book coming out in 2015 is the Power of Love.

I founded the Healing History project after I became aware of the need of so many to make sense of the history of their people; the way that history is repeating itself; and the need to change this and make a more humane world.

Dr. Bogna Szymkiewicz (Poland) holds a PhD in psychology. She is a certified Process Oriented Psychology teacher and co-founder of the Polish School of Process Oriented Psychology and Psychotherapy, Warsaw, Poland. Bogna works with clients in her private practice and has been teaching at the University of Warsaw

for more than 25 years. She is the author of a book about hurt feelings in relationships: ‘Wounded states of consciousness’ and co-author of ‘Deeper into the Soul’. Her latest work focuses on healing after experiences of domestic violence.

Growing up in Poland in communist times and being involved in political changes which seemed unthinkable before, I know how much our inner world is shaped by history. But I have also experienced that a historical situation as well as our perception and feelings around it may change: transforming consciousness really makes a difference.

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