MASTERCLASS Being therapist… Offering a “sacred mirror” to the client
March 30 @ 09:30 - April 2 @ 16:00€600
With Warren Moe
‘” Seeking balance between tension and relaxation opens me up to the struggle with my ordinary “I.” When I am relaxed and have sensation of all of myself, I am not separate from my inner being, I am one. In my true being, already I am, and I am free.” Jeanne De Salzmann
About the Event
In this offering we will enjoy the exploration of our own unique sense of being. The emphasis of the work is to connect with the sensation of ourselves, being the book that needs to be read. As a Ray of Creation our path is laid out before us, the gift to be unwrapped to expand into the union of our truth and goodness.
If we are the way the truth and the light, the question remains how to follow our inner path even when the outer world, inner thoughts and feelings distract us away from our inner being. Hopefully we will deeply understand the necessity to develop our “observer self”, to become two from one, to experience our unity. We will explore our existential experience, from the illusion of separation to our unity with all, from the void of nonexistence to the sensation of eternal life. Along the way we may even have a deeper understanding of our soul’s journey.
WARREN MOE, MS, CCEP, LMHC,
Warren has been a teacher and practitioner of somatic centered modalities for nearly 25 years. Traditionally trained as a clinical psychologist, he transitioned his interest into somatic therapy in his thirties influenced by Wilhelm Reich, Alexander Lowen, Eva and John Pierrakos and the teachings of G.I. Gurdjieff, P.D. Ouspensky, Maurice Nicoll and Jeanne De Salzmann. He has maintained a diverse practice in NYC, and both teaches internationally and facilitates workshops. Being passionate about the work he assists clients and groups to experience themselves more completely and authentically in their everyday lives. The basis of his work has been the consciousness and spirituality of Core Energetics principles, and he brings the fullness of his personal and professional experience to his colleagues, clients, and students. He provides a deeply grounded and heart-centered perspective.