William Blake famously wrote in The Marriage of Heaven and Hell: “If the doors of perception were cleansed every thing would appear to man as it is, Infinite. For man has closed himself up, till he sees all things thro' narrow chinks of his cavern.” In the spirit of cleansing the doors of perception and falling back into the Infinite, Lower Lights will host John Kesler, founder of Integral Polarity Practice (IPP) for a 3-day immersion program February 9th-11th, 2018. Through full-spectrum mindfulness, developmental theory and praxis, movement and We-Space, we will dedicate ourselves during this time to experiencing the extra-ordinary bloom of Spirit in each ordinary moment.
What is IPP?
Integral Polarity Practice (IPP), a contemplative approach that John Kesler pioneered, is based on mindfulness and being centered in deep stillness. At the same time it provides practices for engaging deeply and fully in life. IPP has a particular emphasis on working with polarities, and this is one of the foundational polarities: being grounded in stillness and the transcendent and at the same time being more engaged in the world
Learn more about John and The IPP Institute here
The Patterns of IPP
- The Foundational Patterns of IPP
- The Anatomy of Polarity: Essential Practices
- Tailor-made: Practicing IPP at Your Developmental Center of Gravity (Therapy, Growth-oriented Practice)
Advanced IPP Practices
- IPP and the Higher Stages of Human Development
- IPP as a Non-dual Practice
- The Tantra and Passion of IPP
- Alpha Omega: Exploring the Personal/Kosmic polarity Through Evolution/Involution
IPP as Life Practice
- From Small Self to True Self to New Self: Working with the energy centers and our primary wounding.
- Facilitator training: Being the Still Point in Service of Others
- Personal practice, self-facilitation.
Early Registration: $350
After January 21st: $425
Location: Wasatch Retreat Center (75 S. 200 E., Salt Lake City, Ut)
We will start at 9:00am and end by 4:30pm each day
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