Engaged Awareness in Action

Learning as a Practice
This workshop is an experiential investigation into how we give and how we receive, how we teach and how we learn, how we guide and how we follow. When long-held beliefs and habitual ways of being and doing are brought into focus, we can engage that new awareness as a transformative practice, opening ourselves up to more authentic ways of relating.

Event Details

Date: Tuesday, July 10th, 2018
Time: 6:30 PM- 9:00 PM
Location: Academy Campus in Seton Village
Notes: Please RSVP. As this is a short experiential workshop, please arrive by 6:25pm.

This Evening of Exploration* centers on somatic experience – from the Greek soma: of or relating to the body – as a means of reintroducing us to our true and natural ways of relating with one another as teachers and learners, guides and explorers. To do this, we will engage in the Impulse Exercise, one of the Academy’s signature practices. This work, activated in community, is an opportunity to connect with your own natural motivations, impulses and directionality and to recognize any beliefs and assumptions you hold as you support another to experience theirs.

Participants can expect to come away with:

  • Experience of engaged awareness in action
  • Identified patterns of resistance and acceptance
  • Insight into what best supports you as a learner
  • Recognition of context-centered choices about how you give and receive, lead and follow, teach and learn

Join us for an evening exploration of the ‘love of learning.’ We will introduce you to the Academy’s learning model, and some of the methods and theory central to our work. Through experiential activity and interactive dialogue, we’ll discover how learning can lead not merely to the accumulation of knowledge and skill, but also to personal transformation and the expression of our innate gifts and unique qualities.

*This exercise involves movement and physical contact.


Academy Campus in Seton Village
Seton Village Rd, Santa Fe, NM, USA

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