CHE-salon: What is my relationship with 'together'? (January 22, 2018 from 19.00 p.m. – 21.30:XNUMX p.m.)

CHE-salon: What is my relationship with 'together'?

In this salon we will examine our relationship with 'together' or the 'common space'. As an entrance we use movement, bodywork and systemic constellations. Our body carries an enormous wisdom, is always in the moment and gives us uncensored information about what is actually there.

Many innovators, pioneers and change agents strive for a society that is inclusive, a society in which we live and create together. We have all kinds of images for that and we unfold our own activities for it, together and alone. However, we often overlook questions such as “what is my relationship with 'together'?”, “how do I relate to the communal space I create or step into?” and “how do I actually connect with the other and with the collective?”

In contact, our body unconsciously plays a role. We may not communicate it verbally, but what we radiate with our body does make us more or less accessible and credible. And you may have ideas about how you relate to 'together' and 'togetherness', but that if you really listen to the subtle information of your body, this relationship is something different or more nuanced.

Our research during this salon can provide surprising insights into your relationship with 'together' and the 'common space'. This can contribute to how you enter or create this space in the future.

Practical
Wear loose clothing in which you can move freely. We are not allowed to wear shoes in the hall, so something warm for your feet can be useful.

Marjon van Opijnen…
…believes that our body is the physical expression of our emotions, our thoughts, and also of our essence, our source of inspiration and creativity. Our body is our vehicle to do what we have to do and it is also a huge source of wisdom, it is always in the moment and uncensored in what it shows.

See also: https://www.facebook.com/EmbodimentLab/

Sign Up
You are cordially invited to participate in this salon. You can register by clicking on the green 'Attend event' button and you will receive a confirmation of your registration. click here to buy tickets,

Signing up is important, even if you don't join us for dinner. Depending on the number of registrations, we will look for a suitable space. On the day of the salon you will receive an email to know in which room the salon will take place.

If you are unexpectedly unable to come, send a text message to Martijn van der Meer: 06-14184663.


Eating together

Venwoude offers the visitors of the salon the opportunity to join the meal. The vegetarian meals are prepared with full-fledged products and fresh vegetables from the region and the season. Venwoude charges € 13,50 pp (in cash and to be paid to the CHE Salonhost there) and it is appreciated if we help clean up.

For a good planning of the kitchen and the purchases, we pass on the number of diners on Friday morning. You can register for dinner by sending an email to Martijn van der Meer – no later than Friday 19 January before 17.00 p.m.

Salons January 2018
• Monday 15 January 2018 – New Year's Salon
• Monday, January 22, 2018 – Marjon van Opijnen

Contribution
We offer these salons based on the “purpose and principles” of the CHE. To make this permanently possible in the future, we ask you for a financial contribution from € 7,50 per salon.

Also possible, become a donor!
Organized by volunteers for volunteers. And the CHE has costs. From the Chamber of Commerce and the website to compensating time for making connections between parties that enter into collaborations they could not have dreamed of. To continue to make all this possible, we invite you to become a donor of the CHE. With an automatic transfer of a fixed amount per month you make our work possible. You can also make a one-time gift. The Center for Human Emergence NL is recognized as a charity, so your donations are tax deductible.

You are cordially invited to participate in this salon.

We hope you come!

Warm regards,

Marjon van Opijnen, Martijn van der Meer and Diana de Groot