This is a digital Self-Paced Course

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  • Lifetime access to course material

Download contains:

  • 5 video lectures, 8 hours total
  • 14 guided meditations, 3 hours total

Overview

This Self-Paced Course will mainly use Chairwork, which involves talking to our loved one or lost part of self. We will dialogue with them and seek resolution, all in the context of guided meditation.

In addition to chairwork, this course will draw on

  • Gestalt – giving voice to all that is unresolved in the here and now
  • Existential Psychotherapy – concerned with the human condition and the inevitability of death in life
  • Attachment Theory (Bowlby)
  • Metacognitive Therapy – “thinking about thinking”; being able to recognize your thoughts and understand their source
  • Ideal Parent Figure Protocol (Brown & Elliott)
  • Stages of Grief (Kübler-Ross) – denial and isolation, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance and hope.

We will also use the Buddhist compassion meditation of “tong len” to further integrate and metabolize our grief. This helps us see grief is part of our shared humanity

You will be encouraged to listen to the guided meditations with your practice pod, however there will be no further homework in this course.

So it is with grief where, if all goes well, can come a strengthening of the inner world, of memory and definition. – John Bowlby

Unresolved loss is an important area assessed on the Adult Attachment Interview (AAI).  According to John Bowlby, the creator of Attachment Theory, grief and mourning can disrupt development and even lead to long lasting psychological maladie.

Who is this For

This program is for those of us who...

  • Have unresolved grief of any kind
  • Are working with grieving over the past, be it a loss of relationship, loss of self, or any other traumatic event
  • Are looking to improve our psychological health, especially those who have tried other healing modalities with disappointing results
  • Have problems with exploration and self development, relationships and emotional regulation
  • Want to optimise our psychological health

Benefits

These are some of the benefits you will have by the end of the program

Theoretical Understanding

  • Deeper knowledge of the grieving process and how it can be interrupted or facilitated.
  • Greater understanding and compassion for psychological problems and vulnerabilities that affect you and others.

Psychological

  • Greater sense of closure in relation to existing loss.
  • More integration of the mind as a whole.
  • Less identification with your psychological maladies and quirks (ego-dystonia with your maladaptive schemas).
  • More understanding and compassion towards your parts/modes and needs.

For your relationships

  • Confidence in the lasting value of relationships with lost loved ones
  • Better appreciation for the importance and value of interpersonal collaboration

Included Files:

1

Lecture: Basics of Grief as an Attachment Disturbance

2h 31m

1.1 Perfect Nurturer Reinforcement

17m

1.2 Grief Protocol

24m
2

Lecture: Stages of Grief and Compassion as an Aid in the Grief Process

2h 37m

2.1 Experiencing the Stages of Grief

8m

2.2 Tong Len

11m

2.3 Grief Protocol

11m
3

Lecture: Another Model of Grief's Stages and Equanimity as an Aid in the Grief Process

1h 23m

3.1 Tong Len

8m

3.2 In This Together Meditation

6m

3.3 Trigger Practice Equanimity with Confusion & Grief

6m

3.4 Grief Protocol

18m
4

Lecture: Making Peace with Confusion and Contradiction

2h 32m

4.1 In This Together Meditation

4m

4.2 Trigger Practice Equanimity with Confusion and Grief

6m

4.3 Meditation on Parts of Self

6m
5

Lecture: Reorientation and Exploration

2h 39m

5.1 Mudita

10m

5.2 Reorienting Towards New Explorations

29m
  • 5 video lectures, 8 hours total
  • 14 guided meditations extracted as .mp3s, 3 hours total

Frequently Asked Questions

Self-Paced Courses

Yes, and in fact we highly encouraged you to do both.
By buying this course you receive lifetime access to a collection of videos and guided meditation tracks. These are organized so that there is a progressive order to them, but you can take them as slowly or as quickly as you'd like, and you can always view the same content again.
Once you've completed your purchase, you'll get a link to download the course.
While the content of this course is based on a past live event, we have organized it into modules so that each part of the course comes in easily digestible parts, each of which has a particular theme or emphasis. The trade-off is that there is no opportunity for Q&A. If you have questions about anything in this course, feel free to come to one of our live events.

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$119.00

Description

In this course you will learn guided meditation to resolve grief using chairwork, working towards closure for grief and a reorientation of life. The intended outcome is to bring about acceptance and integration so that you are more present to your life as it is in the here and now. You will experience more internal coherence, clarity, and energy to embrace life.

So it is with grief where, if all goes well, can come a strengthening of the inner world, of memory and definition. – John Bowlby

Unresolved loss is an important area assessed on the Adult Attachment Interview (AAI).  According to John Bowlby, the creator of Attachment Theory, grief and mourning can disrupt development and even lead to long lasting psychological maladie.

 

Overview

The main modality used will be Chairwork, which involves talking to a loved one or lost part of self. You will dialogue with them and seek resolution, all in the context of guided meditation.

In addition to chairwork, this course will draw on

  • Gestalt – giving voice to all that is unresolved in the here and now
  • Existential Psychotherapy – concerned with the human condition and the inevitability of death in life
  • Attachment Theory (Bowlby)
  • Metacognitive Therapy – “thinking about thinking”; being able to recognize your thoughts and understand their source
  • Ideal Parent Figure Protocol (Brown & Elliott)
  • Stages of Grief (Kübler-Ross) – denial and isolation, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance and hope.

We will also use the Buddhist compassion meditation of “tong len” to further integrate and metabolize our grief. This helps to see grief is part of our shared humanity.

 

This program is for you if:

  • you have unresolved grief of any kind
  • are working with grieving over the past, be it a loss of relationship, loss of self, or any other traumatic event
  • are looking to improve our psychological health, especially those who have tried other healing modalities with disappointing results
  • you want to develop greater confidence in the lasting value of relationships

 

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