We are very excited to invite you to an experiential weekend training that is part of the establishment of a movement!
We live in a time when masses of people, out of a desire for personal development, are exploring the limits of their consciousness in spaces of deep workshops, subconscious materials, exploration of sexuality, world trips, psychedelic festivals and more. We support this movement and believe that it does a lot of good for people and the world. However, in many people, this kind of investigation creates mental, emotional and cognitive extremes that are not always addressed in these settings
In the past 4 years, we have been part of the establishment and management of the “Safe Haven” and “Safe Zone” projects, which establish safe spaces in festivals and nature parties.
Within these spaces, we supported hundreds of people who experienced light and difficult crises and responded to their needs in a way that would benefit them without involving the police and hospital institutions. As part of these projects, we have trained more than 100 volunteers to accompany these cases
It is abundantly clear to us that there is room for more such activity, and therefore we are now in the process of expanding this circle by training additional escorts who will be able to provide solutions in cases where they meet organically and create additional safe spaces
Who is the training for?
We invite people who want to increase their good in the world, whether by supporting people close to them, at work, in daily life and in festivals, or by joining or establishing designated safe spaces
In addition, we invite therapists and people who work in private and government institutions to deal with mental candidates, drug victims, youth at risk, special populations and anyone whose work brings them together with extreme situations
What is the purpose of the training?
The goal of the training is to provide tools of deep listening, emotional work, loving presence, mindfulness, knowledge about materials from consciousness, stetting, alternatives to hospitalization in Israel and abroad, establishing safe spaces and creating community. The training is composed in part by lectures and circles of discourse, and mostly by individual and group experiential work through which we learn the principles of accompaniment
The sources of knowledge with which we work are the international organizations “from scratch” and “zendo” and work that has been going on since 1960. We also use tools from our personal training in clinical psychology, transpersonal psychology, ecumenical psychotherapy,