They were honed for millions of years, and they still govern all life on Earth — including, to a large extent, human beings. The instinctual drives are as relevant to us today as they were to early humans, animals before humans, and even plants.
In this respect, the statement that we’re basically plants with complicated emotions isn’t too far off. Of course, we are not only our instinctual expression, but a lot of other things, too. But how do the instinctual impulses operate in us — and what, exactly, do they cover? That is what this live, interactive course explores.
The course is online, in 5 modules of 2 hrs each.
Tool: Zoom (download from https://zoom.us)
Start: August 30:th at 6 pm—8 pm CEST
Scope: 5 modules
Frequency: Every week Note: It is as yet unclear whether there will be a module on September 13:th. If not, modules 3—5 will be on Sept 20:th—Oct 4:th. This will be announced in the first module.
We will cover: The nature of the instinctual centre; the evolutionary purpose, nature and scope of each instinct; what basic and extended functions the drives fulfil for us today; the three zones of expression for each instinct. what happens when an instinct is neglected and how we can work and grow with and from our own instinctual expression and awareness. All modules will include guided meditation and practical exercises. All modules are also recorded for reviewing later, but cannot be downloaded and will only be accessible while the course is running. After the last module, participants get a 50 % discount on an Instinctual Preferences Sorting session for exploring their personal instinctual order of preference and their relationship to each of the three instincts. The discount expires after 30 days. As an optional (but by no means necessary) preparation, participants might familiarise themselves with the material by reading the book Aspects of you (also available in Spanish as Tus facetas and in Swedish as Navigera i ditt inre).