Honoring the Web of Life in Our Healing Relationships!

$495.00

Study of The Ethics of Caring, by Kylea Taylor

 Appreciating what happens when we work with clients in non-ordinary states of consciousness provides an essential understanding to the practice of many healing arts. Sitting across from one another in regular conversational consciousness can only take us so far along the healing path.
    Yet, non-ordinary states of consciousness present the healing artist with a particularly slippery slope when it comes to living within ethical, aligned behavior. These states present deep and specific vulnerabilities for both client and practitioner. To guide the process of discovering these vulnerabilities, Taylor follows a Chakra model to explore a full range of life concerns.

      In this deep journey, Matthew takes participants in and through the powerful teachings and invitations presented by Kylea Taylor, in her master work, The Ethics of Caring, Honoring the Web of Life in our Healing Relationships.  With his 35 years of healing arts experience, 15 years in men’s groups and an uncanny knack for drawing out insights from written word, Matthew helps students dive deep into developing that “internal locus of control” when working with clients in non-ordinary states of consciousness.

  • A 2 hour Zoom call each week for 6 weeks
    Tuesdays, September 28 – November 2, 2021, 10am -Noon Pacific time
    All classes will be recorded and uploaded to a private student drive. you may log in to the drive and “attend” the class at your leisure. If you are not attending live, a small quiz will be provided to keep you up to date on the material. (Any sensitive personal content shared will not be recorded! So students attending in real time may feel safe to share their deep concerns and stories in the online classroom.)
  • Email and Text support
  • 1 one-on-one session with group leader (To be scheduled)
  • Total Fee: $495 (or ten weekly payments of $55 please inquire)
    Paid in full by September 15 – $295

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Honoring the Web of Life in our Healing Relationships
with Matthew Sweigart

Study of The Ethics of Caring, by Kylea Taylor 

Tuesdays, September 28 – November 2, 2021, 10am -Noon, Pacific time

All classes will be recorded and uploaded to a private student drive. you may log in to the drive and “attend” the class at your leisure. If you are not attending live, a small quiz will be provided to keep you up to date on the material. (Any sensitive personal content shared will not be recorded, so students attending in real time may feel safe to share their deep concerns and stories in the online classroom.)

       Appreciating what happens when we work with clients in non-ordinary states of consciousness provides an essential understanding to the practice of many healing arts. Sitting across from one another in “regular conversational consciousness” take us only so far along the healing path. To truly stimulate deep healing, and deeper access to “subconscious” or even “unconscious” material, as well as the “collective unconscious” non-ordinary states are required. They create a powerful pathway to access deeper healing awareness.
        Taylor was a senior trainer of Holotropic Breathwork. She accumulated decades of experience facilitating healing through breathwork alongside master teachers Christina and Stanislav Grof. Her book The Ethics of Caring dives deep into the subtitle of her work “Honoring the Web of Life in Our Professional Healing Relationships.” In the book, she masterfully leads us through an exploration of the vulnerabilities of both practitioners and clients, especially those who work within “non-ordinary” states of consciousness.
      Yet, this presents the healing artist with a particularly slippery slope when it comes to ethical, aligned behavior in working with clients while inducing non-ordinary states. These states present deep and specific vulnerabilities for both the client and the practitioner.

To guide one through the process of discovering these vulnerabilities, Taylor follows a Chakra model to explore a full range of life concerns. As he guides us through these teachings, Sweigart interweaves the Wei Mai Vessels of Chinese Medicine and the Cycles of Aging and Development into the Chakra sequence to deepen understanding. The overall goal is to help you develop  an exquisite, sophisticated “internal locus of control” for the choices and behaviors in your healing practice, life and relationships.

In this journey, Matthew takes participants in and through the powerful teachings and invitations presented by Kylea Taylor, in her master work, The Ethics of Caring, Honoring the Web of Life in our Healing Relationships.  With his 35 years of healing arts experience, 15 years in men’s groups and an uncanny knack for drawing out insight from written word, Matthew helps students dive deep and develop a rock solid “internal locus of control” when working with clients in non-ordinary states of consciousness.

  • A 2 hour Zoom call each week for 6 weeks
    Tuesdays, September 28 – November 2, 2021, 10am -Noon, Pacific time
    All classes will be recorded and uploaded to a private student drive. you may log in to the drive and “attend” the class at your leisure. If you are not attending live, a small quiz will be provided to keep you up to date on the material. (Any sensitive personal content shared will not be recorded, so students attending in real time may feel safe to share their deep concerns and stories in the online classroom.)
  • Email and Text support
  • 1 one-on-one session with group leader (To be scheduled)
  • Total Fee: $495 (or ten weekly payments of $55 please inquire)
    Paid in full by September 15 – $295

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