april 25, 2013 12:00 am
Mindfulness and the Psychosomatic Dimensions
of the Body-Feeling-Brain-Mind-Matrix
Siegmar Gerken Ph.D., ECP, HP (Psychotherapy)
The Mystery of embodiment will always be a relevant topic in the unfolding and personal development in a human being.
In the passage of socialization and in the interaction with many conscious and unconscious processes in life, we take part in forming our body, the way we feel, the way we think, and the way we act. We form our behavior and develop our personality (Ego) with all its limitations and great potentials.
This has an influence on our state of emotional wellbeing, health and overall consciousness. Present research in neuroscience opens new horizons in the understanding of the function of a body-feeling-brain-mind-matrix, which leads us to the insight, that consciousness is not just a function of the brain, but of the whole body-field.
The lecture also introduces a research on the visibility of physical, emotional or mental energy patterns documented with Infrared Analysis and Biophon-Measurements, which indicate, that we embody our past and present experiences as images in our consciousness.
How do we hold past and present experiences as images in this body-field and which influences do they have? For over three decades Dr. Gerken has developed a comprehensive approach for the recognition and analysis of these patterns and how to bring them to a stable and health-supporting coherence and integration with the process of mindfulness.
Place and room: Blått auditorium, Rikshospitalet (Bygg B, RHB1. U018), Songsvannsveien 20
Fee: NKR 120; Students and university staff can attend for free!
For further questions, please contact Tore Naess at [email protected] or by telephone at +4792668886.
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torsdag 25 april kl.18:00 til kl.20:00