Look at our roots and ancestry, become aware of the "coincidences" that have had to occur for me to be here at this moment. How many were before me and how many were left for me to arrive. This look and recognition strengthens us and helps us connect with the greatness of the family system that sustains us. To take the impulse to go towards life honoring who I am and where I come from.
Like a tree, we will sink our roots in the depth of the earth, from there, raise our trunk and wave our branches to the wind. It is the depth of our roots that marks how high we can grow.
As deep as my roots are, I can fly so high.
We will make a journey from the systemic perspective, incorporating movement, ritual, elements of nature, the desert, stories, breathing, listening, music and silence.
What is systemic pedagogy?
Systemic pedagogy is based on the application of the laws of systems. It has its roots in the theory of human communication, systems theory, complexity theory, psychoanalysis, primal therapy, humanistic psychology, NLP, transactional analysis and systemic family therapy. Its bases lie in the operation and coexistence of any system depends on that each element that integrates this order, that is, located in its place and performing the functions that correspond to it, so the system will be in harmony and coexistence will be possible in a fluid way. Each system has its own laws, knowing them is a great help.
In Systemic Pedagogy we expand our gaze, creating a space of respectful interactions in which we can all look in all directions. It is about becoming aware of the dynamics behind the situation we are living and what kind of internal movement is taking place so that we can apply
the orders of life, which are implicit in the family system. In this way a more harmonious system is obtained, in which each one occupies the place that corresponds to him, being thus available for what corresponds to him, increasing the sensation of peace and stability in all.
This helps us to be more present and to become more aware of the value of the life that has come to us through our parents and that they also received from their families for many generations.
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