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Join our Free Zoom Practice Gatherings listed below to explore the purpose and complexity of love relationships in the 21st century. We’ll have a brief introduction to the Integral Relationship Model, a paired exercise, group sharing, discussion, and Q&A about the topics below.
This will be followed by an optional overview of the upcoming Certified Integral Relationship Practitioner, Consultant, and Group Facilitator Training if you are interested in the new 26-week course that starts on April 8, 2021.
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Integral movie – Prince of Tides – May 11
The film stars director Barbra Streisand as a New York psychiatrist who treats an emotionally scarred woman who tried to commit suicide, and her twin brother, played by Nick Nolte in an Oscar-caliber performance, as an unemployed, aimless, and miserably married football coach. As they work together to solve the mysteries of their troubled pasts, they fall in love and find new meaning in life. The Prince of Tides supports our Module #18, in which we explore how anger and fear-based fight-flight-freeze reactions to our partner’s reality protect underlying vulnerable childhood wounds that, if unhealed, ultimately prevent us from deepening intimacy (in-to-me-you-see) in our love relationships through ongoing learning, healing, growing and awakening to live our purpose.
Integral movie – Good Will Hunting – May 18
Integral movie – When Harry Met Sally – May 25
Join Martin to watch and discuss this classic, beautiful, brainy, touching, and revealing romantic comedy. We will see college graduates Harry Burns (Billy Crystal) and Sally Albright (Meg Ryan) discuss whether men and women can ever truly be strictly platonic friends, and 10 years later trying to form a friendship without sex becoming an issue between them.
Integral movie – Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind – June 1
Though she’s never given a mental health diagnosis in the movie, Clem is a good representation of a person with a borderline personality disorder. As the movie progresses, we see that some of the “free-spirited” behaviors she exhibits are indicative of some deeper issues.
The central conflict in the movie arises from the existence of a procedure that can erase memories — a procedure Clementine and Joel undergo to forget about each other.
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