What is my story? How did I become the way I am? What were the events in my life that changed it? Who influenced my look on life?
What: Take the time to reflect on who you are; become the author of your life through writing and collaging your autobiography in a supportive group to share your story with
Why: What holds us back in our life are stories from our past. Distinguishing and sharing them helps us transform them.
How: Online group call for 1.5 hours every week with writing homework
When: Every Wednesday from 6:30-8pm UK for two months (9 sessions) 10th June – 5th August 2020
Price: £100 (£8 a session)
This was an amazing process of writing my story, reflecting on who I am and how I become that person.
How do these calls work?
During our weekly call, you will get to reflect on your own life path and share how your identity was formed and start to transform the seeds of the past. You will be heard by the others in the group who will also share what they are discovering about themselves. Outside of the call, you will be set writing each week that will become your autobiography. Take the time for yourself to look at your life to date so you are free to create the life you want.
You will be part of a WhatsApp group where you get to share weekly insights and pictures of your autobiographical work. In community is a way to help us break free from the narrative of separation into a sense of belonging. You can benefit from our practices regardless of your age from 20 to 80’s and beyond, our community welcomes people of all ages and backgrounds.
Doing this with others, the sharing was so moving and I got present to how I belong to one big family, that no matter the age or where we come from or our social background – we are all the same.
What do I get out of these calls?
These calls allow you to have a better understanding of your life path, create balance and a clearer direction to go forward in your life. To live in the present moment by using powerful creative tools such as collage, writing and group sharing. To be part of a community.
Here are some things that will get covered:
- [Coll]ages: We will work with collages on the narratives we created about ourselves and the world at different ages, so we may bring more awareness on the dynamics at play in our life
- [I]dentity: we will explore how our sense of “I” was formed
- [Auto]biography: we will bring more consciousness into our life journey rather than living from our subconscious mechanism
The collages were powerful as a creative process to free myself from the past.
Why Art Earth Tech value the practice
Part of creating a wiser world we all want to live in, is by becoming more aware of how we form our identity and narratives, so we may master the perspective we have on the world, ourselves and others. We see that having deep understanding helps being empowered, and sharing that with others is where you can transform your story.
Join our ‘Write your autobiography’ calls, every Wednesday at 6:30pm-8pm UK for 3 months (12 sessions) with your hosts Sylvie Barbier & Petronella Tyson
Sylvie is a performance artist, the co-founder and head of programs at Art / Earth / Tech. Sylvie trained in Steiner Waldorf pedagogy and taught Art and Design at Polimoda in Florence, Italy. She creates powerful experiences and exercises for people to inquire about what it means to be a human being. These often include enhancing our senses, awareness, relatedness and connection. www.shiweiart.com
Petronella is a trained facilitator, community practitioner and Doula. She has twelve years experience working in communities and is passionate that they are the place for transformation and wellbeing. In order for a community to flourish, it requires us to get clear on what’s going on inside us. www.petronellatyson.com
Here are the times and dates of the calls:
- Wednesday 10th June 6:30 – 8pm
- Wednesday 17th June 6:30 – 8pm
- Wednesday 24th June 6:30 – 8pm
- Wednesday 1st July 6:30 – 8pm
- Wednesday 8th July 6:30 – 8pm
- Wednesday 15th July 6:30 – 8pm
- Wednesday 22nd July 6:30 – 8pm
- Wednesday 29th July 6:30 – 8pm
- Wednesday 5th August 6:30 – 8pm