Workshop: Sa12, Saturday, Oct. 22 2016, 02:30 – 04:30 pm
The first stages of development of each personality are determined by others and externally controlled. This begins with conception and pregnancy and does not end with the first school report card. Major fundamental features of our identity are characterized by heteronomy by our former caregivers. The quality of these experiences has a significant impact on our overall development. As an adult we are simply no longer aware of these incidents or we intentionally, want to leave "all this" behind us as quickly as possible.
Since the development of the own identity has begun under determination by others, the subsequent search of identity is often difficult.
The workshop teaches the basics for identity development. It provides a guide for healthy steps to a self-determined personality. In the practical part "The Sentence of Intention as a new way of self-encounter" will be presented. There is the opportunity to clarify questions about your own personality and identity.