‘Dig-deep-and-push-on’ is a common take on resilience; useful at times but not sustainable in the long run.
Learn a better way to persevere in the face of life’ s troubles by seeing afresh- and working skillfully with- the emotions, physiology, mindsets and values that shape your life.
This event uses music, theory, reflection and skills practice to:
- Explore beyond the superficial mythologies of resilience that we typically encounter.
- Integrate the physical, mental, emotional, relational and purposeful dimensions of resilience.
- Embrace necessary opposites- softness & strength, joy & grief- to achieve sustainable resilience.
Who is it
For anybody wanting to develop their power without sacrificing their humanness.
Brett Robin Wood is an artist, facilitator and founding director of Creative Wisdom.
Brett has extensive experience in both the performing arts and the worlds of education and business. He draws on the artist’s know-how of human behaviour, creative methodology, human development theory, motivational technology, contemplative practice and action-learning.
As a professional singer / songwriter, Brett plays on the Australian folk music scene and has released two albums of original songs.
- Resilience Myths
- Dimensions of resilience
- Taking it back into the world