Acem Webinar: Shame – how to understand our painful companion

活動類型: 座談

Meditation and metathoughts offer a golden opportunity to explore this limiting and distorting force in our lives – and in society in general.

Acem Webinar: Shame – how to understand our painful companion

課程資料

日期
2020年10月3日
時間
16:00 - 17:00
地點
費用
免費入場

Participation is free, please use our donations page if you would like to contribute to Acem's work.

NB: The times are in CEST (Oslo, Berlin, Barcelona).

Can our experience with metathoughts – self-critical thoughts during meditation – help us understand the origins of our shame? Is understanding shame helpful even if we cannot get rid of it? May shame be passed on through generations? What is the role of shame in society – from the “shame dumping” of political debates to the omnipresence of racism and prejudice? And how should we relate to shame during different stages of life, including old age, where the overarching aim is reconciliation with who we are.

This webinar will be based on a recent issue of Acem’s Nordic periodical Dyade (no. 1 2020), written by the two speakers.

 

主辦單位: 國際雅肯靜坐學會

資訊

Online meeting. A link to the event will be distributed via Acem's e-news.

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教師

Ole Gjems-Onstad

挪威BI商學院財經法律教授,著名的社會評論家。也是國際雅肯靜坐學會會長,雅肯22位高級靜坐老師(Initiator)之一。


Merete Hetland

生於1961. 哥本哈根國家醫院風濕病學顧問,哥本哈根大學風濕病學臨床外科學教授,也是雅肯高級靜坐老師群(initiators)之一。