Workshop Sa16: Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016, 11:00 am – 01:00 pm
The "I" function is of considerable importance in the newest type of work, such that the "will" function has taken second place. How does a healthy "I" and a free "will"interact with one another, and what happens when the "survival I state", together with the "will to survive programs" determine or influence our conduct? These basic patterns are to be examined in more detail using a practical example.
Franz Ruppert, born in 1957, professor of psychology at the Catholic University of Applied Sciences Foundation in Munich, psychotherapist in private practice trainings and supervisions, leads worldwide seminars and lectures.
Workshop Fr13: Friday, Oct. 21, 2016, 05:30 – 07:15 pm
This workshop aims to help those, who want to promote their mental health and their identity, which is hidden behind their own abortions or those of their mothers or grandmothers. An abortion or an abortion attempt is the clearest expression of perpetrator-victim dynamics and has for a mother, serious effects. As a consequence, the relationship of this mother to her children results in various physical, emotional, behavioral and partnership-related difficulties. Furthermore, symptoms such as illnesses, genital or reproductive disorders, sexual disorders, relationship problems with partners and children, low self-esteem as a woman, etc., arise in the mother and the children.
With the support of others and in accordance with your intention, this workshop offers the possibility to become aware of your own victim or victim-perpetrator attitudes in your life––resulting in positive effects on your health, your relationships, sexuality and identity.