Sat, May 15|
Processing Collective Trauma to Release Love, Presence and Freedom
Time & Location
May 15, 2021, 7:30 PM GMT+4
Maryam's, 57 Al Heeba St - Umm SuqeimUmm Suqeim 1 - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
About the Event
About the facilitator:
Nikola Jurisic SENIOR EXPERT IN CULTURE AT MCKINSEY, FACILITATOR AND COACH
Is an leading expert in building values driven system – organizational, government wide or societal/national. Nikola has worked with McKinsey for 14 years, where he leads culture and change work across more than 90 countries in Eastern Europe, and the Middle East, and Africa. He has advised over 200 organizations on this topic across the public and private sectors globally. In his service work, Nikola collaborates with individuals and organizations across the Balkans who share the vision of processing collective trauma to build a values driven society in the region. He is a Newfield and ICF certified life coach, a Aberkyn and GBA trained facilitator of transformation and a Damanhur University graduated spiritual healer.
About the event:
On Saturday 15th of May we invite people from all nations, ethnicities, religions and other relevant subgroups from the region to come together, to explore the unintegrated past on collective trauma, and its impacts on the current situation in the region, in terms of a broad number of societal dimensions including cultural, political, socio-economic. What is trauma informed approach to healing? A lot has happened over the past few hundred years. And whenever something happened that is beyond our capacity to process at that moment, it is frozen in time until we have capacity to feel it. And it lives in us for 7 generations unless it is processed. in this session , we will explore what is trauma and what trauma informed approach to the healing arts looks like.
1. Processing Collective Trauma to Release Love, Presence and Freedom
In a year in which the whole world is in a global crisis, health, economic, but above all ecological, it is necessary, among other things, to build awareness of what collective trauma is and how to deal with it.
The topic of collective trauma encourages thinking how the experiences of our ancestors affect our lives and shape our reality today, but also how our current experience, including the pandemic we are witnessing, will leave a mark on future generations.
2. Building a society based on true values
Through a discussion on the topic of building a value-based society, some of the world’s leading experts on value systems answered questions on how individuals, teams, organizations and society, as a whole, can build value systems within which both individuals and society, will be able to reach their full potential.
What you will need:
• Yoga mat
• Light Blanket (when our body enters a healing state, our body temperature drops)
• Water bottle
Organised by Sukoon
Love & Light