About the Workshop:
"Love is not enough to have a full life, but it’s a good start...
Loving experiences include a good attachment at birth, a safe and challenging environment to grow, an adequate support to make decisions that make our life happy and a safe and affectionate context for the final time. All this can describe a life surrounded by loving experiences.
Work, couples, friendship, and social life are areas that we can also relate to these experiences of love. When we refer to love, it is not only the act of giving and receiving affectionate gestures but to experiencing respect, dignity and personal courage.
In this workshop, we will explore our life experience and our current capacity to give and receive that way of bonding that we call 'loving.'
Today we know how beneficial that type of link is to our physical and mental health. We know that loving experiences produce concrete benefits in our body (including, of course, our brain), which allow a life with greater well-being, health, and happiness.
But if we know, why do not we live a world of loving relationships?
Part of our exploration will be that other side of love, which produces the inverse effects and which also leaves marks on the body and mind.
The objective of this workshop is to form a group that is united around looking for a real learning experience about our ability to give and receives love in very concrete ways: contact, respect, listening, support, joy.
The invitation is to live a weekend where we renew the satisfaction and joy of deeply experiencing those possible aspects of life.
Because... more love is not enough to have a full life, but it’s a good start...
We are waiting for you with great joy!"