Pre-Conference class: March 28-29, 2023 (2 days) – 9:00-13:00 – 14:00-18:00 (Canary/London Time)
Your ticket gives you:
- Pre-requsite: None
- Full access to online or presence pre-workshop.
- Version English (no translation available)
- Watch the videos for 3 months in Knowlative (Forever if you are a Knowlative PRO user!), from any device, anytime. Presentations texts with links to cited acupuncture points, hand modes, meridians, vocabulary, etc. Easy to study and keep in mind. (3 months since the publication of the last video)
- Complimentary 1-month Knowlative PRO Access Key (Discount Key, commercial value 19 €)
Manual: Full color English manual included
Metaphors and Acupressure (MAC 1)
For almost the entire evolution of the human race we have communicated by sharing stories. Within these stories we find metaphoric elements. Stories or metaphors shape how we learn, communicate and discover new ways of looking at life.
Through verbal stories that hold symbolic representations, we are able to form new magical associations from ordinary common elements and this changes how we view ourselves and our past experiences. We often get drawn to the mirror of the story as it reflects our own experiences.
A great metaphor weaves its magic and indicates an outcome that allows us to view our own experiences in a new novel way.
Many of us experience unique events in our lives, however most of these are re-occurring stories that other have experienced from the beginning of time.
Our Mac 1 course explores these stories, by looking into and covering some of the most fundamental stress patterns that we have experienced and often hold onto.
It introduces metaphors that we can share with our clients so they can create new associations, a new understanding of what they are trying to let go of in their journeys. Once they understand that their pain is not so unique it is easier to let go.
However the course is much more than learning about Metaphor’s. It also integrates this with acupressure.
Chinese acupressure has been used for 1000’s of years and many acupressure points help with, spiritual and psychological issues.
This course blends the world of metaphors and acupressure together, by taking a client through a story that will allow them to understand and create new connections. While at the same time holding associate acupressure points that work on the same patterns is a very powerful way of shifting stress.
- Myths, legends and Stories across civilizations are all very similar
- Metaphors and how we relate to them.
Examples of stories and metaphors
- The Mustang: Resignation and hope
Story of resignation for clients that lose hope, where they resign to what is and lose all hope for better future- The Story of the Mustang and the impact of the Acupuncture point LV 14 “the gate of Hope” which give us clarity of vision and turn our eyes towards the future with optimism”
- The Story of the Father, son and the Donkey: Opinions and self trust
Story of susceptibility to other peoples opinion, we no longer belief our self and get influenced by the rumors, whispers and opinions of every one else. The story of the Father, sun and Donkey and the impact of TH 17 “Wind Screen” which allows us to be less susceptible to other peoples opinions.
- The story of the Stonemason: forgetting who we are
Story of separating from our inner self, we no longer our happy as we always seeks more. It is a story that many people experience a story of disconnection. We are never satisfied or happy with what we have for we have disconnected. The story of the stonemason and the impact of the acupuncture point HT 5 “ Penetrating insight” a points that brings our mind and spirit internally so we can see our true self.
- Bird in the Next: To help with how we see Failure
- Story of the two monks: To help us understanding how to let go
- Bird in a cage: About fear, security and safety
- Camel and the Emperor: Understanding the meaning of taking responsibility
- Holy man and the Hermit: More than one way, many ways
- The Heart within the church: Connecting to inner self
- The two great pots: Realizing that flaws can be positive
- The Monk and the scorpion: Our nature can remain compassionate regardless of what is happening around us
- Each story has 1-3 acupoints that related to different aspects of the psychology we are working with. Overall over 20 very useful acu-points will be reviewed.
- Changing endings, names and how to adjust stories to our clients
- Correcting using passive active reset:
- Correcting with acupressure.
The workshop will be cancelled if it does not reach a minimum number of 6 participants (Both online or in-presence). If the workshop is cancelled, we will refund entirely the tickets.