“Synchronicities:” Hidden Threads Impacting Our Professional & Personal Lives - (Coffee/tea/snacks)
Carl Jung held that "Synchronicities are "meaningful coincidences" if they occur with no causal relationship - yet seem to be meaningfully related."
- What are these imperceptible and hidden threads that seem to profoundly impact us?
- How do they play out in our professional and personal lives?
- How can synchronicities inform our work?
- What can we do to raise our consciousness to better recognize and utilize these remarkable coincidences?
- What impact can these “seemingly” random events have on us?
Through experiential exercises and group discussion, we will explore the incidence and impact of synchronicities in our lives. Drawing from the work of analyst Jerry Ruhl PhD, Carl Jung, neuroscience, Jean Houston and research into Quantum Physics, participants will gain a greater appreciation of the “mindset” that helps in creating and recognizing the seemingly acausal connections between the “seen” and “unseen” worlds. We will explore how synchronicities appear and what we can learn from them.
Peter Metzner, MA, MPA, PCC, BCC
In addition to Leadership and Team Coaching, Peter facilities seminars on Mindfulness, Emotional Intelligence and Peak Performance. He incorporates guided visualization and dream work in many of his leadership, coaching and training programs. Peter regularly facilitates seminars at UNC Chapel Hill and Duke University Medical Center. He has researched and studied stress, mindfulness, meditation, visualization, synchronicities and dreams through the Journey Through Wholeness, Triangle Jung Society, Rhine Research Center, Robert Johnson, Jerry Ruhl, Barry Williams, Jeremy Taylor, John Ryan Haule and others. Peter has given key-note presentations as well as workshops to organizations such as the National Wellness Institute, Center for Creative Leadership, the Georgia Southern University Staff Council, as well as for Global and Regional ICF conferences.
More information is on his web site at www.dynamicchangeinc.com.
For more information, contact SIG leaders, Vickie Bevenour or Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-493-5424).