The Brain Speaks 1 (TBS1) explores the potential for communicating with a person's brain — namely its subdivisions, structural components, and individual neurons. It's a candid, in-depth exploration into the possibilities that may be achieved by tapping into the collective consciousness of an organ or tissue using imagery and dialogue. While the class includes lecture, demonstration, and hands-on practice, an integral component is the sharing of experiences among participants as they practice and assimilate their encounters while communicating with another person's brain.
• Receive detailed instruction in neuroanatomy, physiology, and biochemical processes of neurological function
• Receive guidance into imagery and dialogue with specific brain and spinal cord parts and their dysfunctional units
• Attempt, upon dialogue initiation, to obtain information from those central nervous system parts and functional units that relate to the individual's present health and vitality, stresses, past injuries, or physiological conditions that may be suboptimal
Prerequisites: The Upledger Institute’s SomatoEmotional Release 1 (SER1), or Clinical Application of CST and SER (CASR).
Note: Registration for this workshop is through the International Alliance of Healthcare Educators (IAHE) only. IAHE is a coalition of curriculum developers united to advance innovative therapies through high quality continuing education programs. To register, please call 1-800-311-9204. Only after you have registered with IAHE and paid tuition fees will you be able to reserve accommodations at Esalen. For accommodations pricing chart, see www.esalen.org/workshops/reservations.html.
Required advance reading: Felten & Shetty, Netter's Atlas of Human Neuroscience. Bring this book to the workshop.
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