Mon 15 October 2018 | 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Campus Broshim - Haim Levanon 30, Tel Aviv, 50 NIS
Most of us do not want to fight. We may enjoy fighting games, but not real fighting, not real conflict. And here we find ourselves again and again in conflicts and struggles, or we avoid, at the price of pain, situations, people and opportunities, out of fear of confrontation and quarrels. On this practice day we will look deeper into the dynamics of the fighting and the conflict. What leads to them, typical response patterns, and how we can cope more effectively with conflict situations, using tools and skills from the worlds of Buddhism and psychology.
Price: 50 NIS
Moderator: Elad Chona, a new psycho-Dharma teacher, clinical psychologist and Dharma student for 20 years, works and is passionate about cross-fertilization in the encounter between psychology, Dharma and the art of improvisation. In addition to teaching in psychodrama, he also practices private practice and runs Scandinavian NVR, which teaches nonviolent resistance. Learns acting and improvisation and combines the spirit of acting and improvisation in his work.