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Sunday, November 27, 2011

Register for a free program about embodiment

Thomas Moore participates in Meridian University's program, "The Mystery of Embodiment ", a free four-day telesummit from Friday 2 December to Monday 5 December, 2011 with more than 20 teachers in the field. Each day of the telesummit features six to eight  live interviews, including live Question & Answer sessions at the end of the interview. You can listen to the interviews live by phone or webcast, or you can listen to the recordings of the interviews, available a few days after the interviews.

The program announcement suggests, "If you’re a somatic practitioner, a body worker, a teacher in somatic studies, or have an interest in yoga, dance, or trauma therapies — this telesummit will be of interest to you. It will be packed with cutting edge information and practices that can help you in deepening your professional work. Even if personal growth is your main interest, this telesummit will deliver, helping you to become a more embodied individual who can inspire, lead, and transform the world around you."

Other speakers include:
— John Conger, author of Jung and Reich: The Body as Shadow and The Body in Recovery: Somatic Psychotherapy and the Self;
— Susan Griffin, author of Transforming Terror: Remembering the Soul of the World;
— Stanley Keleman, author of Emotional Anatomy; Embodying Experience; Your Body Speaks its Mind; Insults to Form; Living Your Dying; and Myth and the Body
— Pat Ogden, author of Trauma and the Body: A Sensorimotor Approach to Psychotherapy

This free telesummit requires registration.