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In the field of Ecopsychotherapy, the notion of “refuges” is raised as an essential component for resilience and balance of the nervous system. By exploring this idea, deep connections between nature, neuroscience and transpersonal psychology are revealed. Refuges and Resilience The importance of refuges as foundations of resilience has been highlighted by authors such as Peter Levine in “Waking the Tiger:...
Within the framework of the Open Spaces IES initiative, our goal is to co-create a "refuge place" where we can feel in community and share our dreams of awakening the awareness of being nature. From this space, we have held two meetings with the entire IES Community, called "Building Mycelium", honoring the natural metaphor of the mycelium hyphae that create...
Ecopsychology in Organizations is a topic that, although relatively new, is gaining ground in the business world. Some of you already have experience integrating ecopsychological principles in your workplaces, while others are just beginning to explore these possibilities. This diverse spectrum of experiences and knowledge is precious to learn and grow together in the Deep Conversations, led by Dr. Tina...
“The Lakota knew that human hearts, away from nature, harden; They knew that lack of respect for living and growing things would soon lead to lack of respect for humans as well.” Luther Standing Bear, Oglala With this great phrase, the first Deep Conversation of 2024 was concluded, facilitated by Dr Tina Asherae Fields, Charter IES USA and attended by...
As part of the activities of the IES for our community of ecotuners, ecoallies and students, we have created OPEN SPACE (Open Space), a refuge place where we can feel, think and share about different topics of ecopsychology and our role in the awakening of the consciousness of being nature. At this point we want to share the successful completion...