GRUPO DE PRACTICA E INTERVISIÓN

Proponemos la creación de instrumentos de conciencia y no de objetos de atención.

El mayor regalo que podemos ofrecer es una presencia atenta y no manipuladora. La técnica puede ser de gran ayuda, pero a largo plazo, si falta este sentido de la presencia, tiene menos impacto del que podemos imaginar. Por esto proponemos un lugar de encuentro donde se construye gradualmente una dimensión de diálogo y escucha. Donde las contribuciones individuales tienen espacio, se relacionan entre sí, descubren puntos en común y especificidades y contribuyen a una mayor elaboración y transmisión de la transformación compartida. 


¿Nuestro presupuesto? Si los valores, las elecciones, los patrones y los campos individuales y sociales pueden hacerse visibles, puede comenzar una transformación hacia una cultura de paz y acción basada en el aprendizaje. Entonces, ¿cómo podemos tomar conciencia de la dimensión intangible que da vida a nuestras acciones? ¿Cuáles son los recursos que podemos utilizar para tomar conciencia, teniendo en cuenta que nuestras acciones son una lectura de nosotros mismos? ¿Cómo podemos aprender a crear "contenedores" sociales, facilitar su uso y capturar experiencias transformadoras?

  • Es un lugar donde nos hacemos preguntas,​​

  • implica la conexión entre el trabajo interno y el externo,

  • destaca el papel de la imaginación y de las formas alternativas de pensar,

  • sobre la percepción del entanglememt, la unión del pensamiento y la práctica.

Nos centramos en los siguientes objetivos: 

  • Hacer visible la experiencia corpórea como base para la creación de significado,

  • experimentar con la creación de nuevos significados a modo de información para modelar el futuro emergente,

  • ampliar la conciencia sobre la importancia del cambio social, 

  • centrarse en la ética y estética de la experiencia de transformación personal y social, como una obra de arte, 

  • hacer visible el proceso de cambio a través de la produccion personal. 

¿A QUIÉNES ESTÁ DIRIGIDO?

Educadores, activistas, organizadores comunitarios, psicodramatistas, psicoterapeutas, artistas de teatro y animadores culturales.

Coaches que quieran potenciar su perfil profesional.

Responsables de personas, de desarrollo y formación dentro de una organización.

Profesionales que lideran equipos u organizaciones.

Organizaciones que intuyen el potencial de los grupos y equipos.

Lic. en Psicología, Médicos, Lic. en Trabajo Social, Lic. en Psicopedagogía, Consultores Psicológicos, Coach, Psicólogos Sociales, Abogados, Lic. en Relaciones Públicas, Lic. en Administración, Lic. en Recursos Humanos, Lic. en Marketing, Lic. en Turismo y estudiantes del último año de estas profesiones.

No es necesario tener experiencia previa.

Algunos feedbacks que hemos recibido de los participantes

[written by Arundathi Mut, India]

“Unfolding the Invisible was a sensitive and powerful process. The workshop helped in co-creating and holding a space of empathy for one and all. It helped to pay attention to parts of oneself which otherwise is not paid much heed to. 

The facilitators were gentle and creative in holding the space for the participants as well as grounded. 

I really appreciate the transformative potential of Unfolding the Invisible and would highly recommend it for anyone who is curious to explore the Self."

 

[written by Giulia Argentino, Italy]

“My experience with SPT: research from understanding myself to understanding myself to understand the world.

A thought that always insinuated itself with a devastating gentleness and delicacy, but that advanced with more and more decisiveness, through these exercises that inevitably require me to place attention and awareness on a body that until now I had ignored even too long. And not only mine, the collective body as well. It is as if this practice had given me the opportunity to give a sort of “discipline” to what I vaguely understood intuitively, a bit like when Brunelleschi finally traced the laws for the perspective we still use today but which at first was only an empirical approach.

I often find myself associating these two events because I think that the SPT can share the same revolutionary power.

I especially got confirmation of this when at the end of the “learning journey” we did to the practice group conducted by Agathe and Katherina I would never want to detach myself from them again, because I felt that my story and my soul were now irremediably connected to those people whose mother tongue I often didn’t even share.

I hope that this testimony can help you to continue in the research and promotion of SPT, because the world now more than ever, needs it.”

[written by Federica Giuliani, Italy]

“Participating in the spt during the quarantine meant above all to build a small community that would take care of the emotions, the “whys”, the fragilities and the reflections and that would transform them into a sort of collective intelligence and awareness. In a historical moment in which we could concentrate on our own cores, abandoning our common superstructures, we had the concrete possibility to decentralize, move our radius and area of growth towards new peripheries”.

[written by Roberta Fonsato, Italy]

“Participating in the “Unfolding the invisible” meetings was an unusual and surprising experience from several points of view. In this period of lockdown, many were the proposals online, even more difficult to make an appropriate selection, especially finding myself forced to experience new forms of sharing.

Personally I was (and in part I remain) a bit reluctant to the web, especially when it comes to practices that touch more “the invisible” of our being and coming from years of work and personal research, which presuppose the body experience shared and in presence.With surprise, by participating in these meetings, I was able to think back on the effectiveness of more subtle and less didactic experiences also through a screen.

My question, my doubt was: “how much can I “experience the subtle” without the direct body experience and sharing in presence? Participating in the different groups, somehow stimulated me to pay more attention to this question and to how much attention was present, albeit in another form. I questioned myself on the theme of the invisible and I told myself that the relationships are woven with invisible networks, with “invisible movements”, but definitely strong and solid, such that they determine the form of the relationships themselves.

So why not dare more? And be amazed by the “invisible” form of the web and try to live the experience.“Unfolding the invisible” has allowed me to retrace my steps and the opportunity to approach the experience of non-physical presence. The perception of the visible and the invisible are part of the same dance and both move and we with them.

In this regard, I am reminded of the concept of “Urpflanz”, the original plant, which Goethe had drawn and which did not actually exist, belonged to the invisible, but he was able to imagine it and therefore draw it and make it visible.”

"Todo ser humano es un artista, un ser en libertad, llamado a participar en la transformación y remodelación de las condiciones, el pensamiento y las estructuras que conforman e informan nuestras vidas".
-Joseph Beuys