Thu 7 February 2019 | 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Cinemateque - Shprintsak Street 2, Tel Aviv,
Trauma, death, and rebirth in working with secondary consciousness materials
A cinematic meeting with Dr. Ido Simion
Thursday, 7/2 at 20:00 at the Tel Aviv Cinematheque
Traumatic events place our very existence in question and undermine our basic security and our ability to live a life of meaning and harmony. This lecture will deal with the use of subconscious materials as a path to the healing of trauma, a path related to the death of limited identities, and the rebirth of a broader consciousness capable of understanding our lives in a new, broader and richer way.
Dr. Ido Simeon is a senior psychotherapist and instructor of the Ecomorphic Ecosystem and co-founder of the Israel Ecological Institute. He holds a doctorate in East-West psychology and serves as a clinical researcher in the groundbreaking study of trauma victims for MDMA-based therapy
The film will be screened:
From shock to horror
Directed by Luke Kota
USA, 2018, 86 minutes, English, Hebrew subtitles
“From shock to horror” follows the transformative journey of two warriors suffering from severe trauma when they decide to abandon the conventional drugs and use psychedelic drugs that expand consciousness.