Spontaneity and Creativity – moving into the new. .
For people with any level of experience in psychodrama (from none to lots!). There is a payment plan option if you want to budget for it!
Spontaneity can be defined as the adequate response to a new or present situation, or an adequate and novel response to an old situation.
We are all born with spontaneity and creativity.
The last several years have thrown us all into the new. Months of lockdown, wearing masks, social distancing, working from home, social isolation, home schooling, no school for our children and separation from family and loved ones; as well as for some, loss of work and income. All this has meant a needed response of digging deep and finding new ways to be in the world. There is frustration for those who love to travel and have the freedom to move around the world.
The world we know and trust has changed. And now we are moving back into “the normal”- what does that mean for you?
Despite uncertainty and fear we have found ways to be creative with our life and at other times we have found ways to just get by. Some have found that they have learnt to be slower and more focused and have been deciding on a new approach to their life.
This workshop will focus on the range of responses the pandemic has created in our lives: and what moving “back” into “normal” might mean: some of the responses might include grief, or rage; despair, or stoicism; there may even be pleasure, excitement or curiosity. As we focus on our responses to what has been, we will also explore spontaneity and creativity and source these as we create and build on our vision for the next stage of our life.
Date: Friday 28th April – Sunday 30 April 2023
Location: Rydal Mount, Rydal NSW 2790, Australia
Fee: $595 AUD
Booking: Click here for more information and to book