Category Archive: education

Sep 27

Overcoming writer’s block: how to write like a dream even when you think you can’t

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Many people struggle with writing or experience writers block. And it’s not surprising. As a child you are taught how to form the letters, about grammar and how to construct sentences  – but after that you are expected to be able to write. It’s like teaching someone how to do the basics of arithmetic – …

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Dec 04

Ritual Theatre as a theatre of healing

Ritual theatre is one of the most ancient forms of healing that is still practiced in tribal societies today. Since the earliest times ancient people healed themselves and explored what they couldn’t understand about the world through dramatic ritual. Such were the beginnings of ritual theatre. Much later the Ancient Greeks developed these into Dionysinian …

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Sep 05

Is living in your head doing you any good?

Or what they should have taught you at school “As I grew up everything started getting grey and dull. I could still remember the amazing intensity of the world I’d lived in as a child, but I thought the dulling of perception, was an inevitable consequence of age.” Keith Johnstone Did you feel like Keith …

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Sep 05

The real reason why you hide away

Marianne Williamson tells us that, “ our “playing small” does not serve us or the world. She encourages us that in shining our light  “we are liberated from our own fear”, and that in doing so we “automatically liberate others”. Sounds easy doesn’t it? But if it was easy to come out of hiding, wouldn’t you …

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