Healing Circle: The Little Tyrant
Facilitator: Susan Florries
July 9 2017
11am Pacific // 8pm Central Europe
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It is showing its face everywhere, that little figure on the top of the social pyramid. All from researchers to shamans suggest that narcissism is on the rise in our world. What used to be called the rich 1% has shown to be more like the 0,1%. From Erdogan to Trump and Fattah el-Sisi, we are watching authoritarian tendencies in countries that we hope(d) to be democracies. We are extinguishing species, destroying natural diversity. We plant monoculture crops and eat the same fast food brands all over the world.
What does this say about us?
Are you or have you been or felt ruled by an inner or outer little tyrant?
Have you experienced tyrannic or authoritarian dramas playing out in your own community?
Does humankind share a collective trauma concerning this archetype? If so, can we heal it together?
Let’s join forces and dive into this matter as a circle. Let’s connect, share and feel together. Let’s face and transform the little tyrant within ourselves, in our communities, our countries, the world and beyond.
Susan Florries is a storyteller, dancer, performer and filmmaker who also offers journeys for spiritual and personal development, as well as transformational guidance for organizations, groups and individuals. Born in 1977 in Stockholm, Sweden, she lived in Spain in 1997 and 1999–2001, and moved to Vienna, Austria, in 2004. At the core of her work stands a lifelong wish to inspire kindness, compassion, the liberation of the mind, presence and magical moments, as well as to contribute to a deeper understanding of human behavior and spiritual experience.
Susan also hosts private sessions online for individuals and groups: http://www.florries.net/sessions/
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