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Presentation #358



Plenary: 

Organic Storytelling


Abstract:

Great stories originate in the mind of the creator. By articulating remembered feelings the writer can engage the audience wiht authentic emotional resonance.


Duration:

20 minutes


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Detailed Agenda:

Presentation #315



Workshop: 

Method Storytelling


Abstract:

Explore your own history. Access the demons and crises in your life, identify nature experiences and render their marrow for your story telling. We will do group and individual processes to mine our own lives, to locate our most intense emotional experience. We will practice ways to utilize this marrow to render compelling stories.


Duration:

120 minutes


Learning Objectives:

1. Better writing


2. More healing
3. Greater access to their inner life
Test Questions:

1. What are you thinking & feeling?


2. How can you heal yourself?
Bibliography:

1. Own brain.


2. Own feelings - in the head and in the gut.
3. Own writing.
4. Own thinking.
5. Own relationships with others.
Detailed Agenda:

Do not know enough about the meeting to do this. Am fully willing to be scheduled into best slot for my presentation



Presenter: Kall, Rob
Presenter Address:

211 N. Sycamore St.


Newtown, Pennsylvania 18940 United States

Phone: 215-504-1700

Fax: 215-860-5374

Email: rob@futurehealth.org



Professional Info:

Bio:

Rob is the organizer founder of the Winter Brain, Optimal Functioning and Positive Psychology and StoryCon Meetings. He is president of Futurehealth, Inc., Publisher of www.OpEdNews.com and has interests in Positive Psychology as well as being involved in the field of biofeedback/neurofeedback since 1972. see my more detailed bio, here.


Resume/CV:

http://www.futurehealth.org/rkCV.htm


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