Track: Mystical Spirituality as a Link between World Religions
Workshop: Moses’ Clues – hidden ancient knowledge made assessable to seekers on the spiritual journey.
How can an ancient religious text– the narrative of Exodus – be used as a universal source of healing and inspiration, empowering us to move from psychological slavery to freedom and guide us on the journey of psycho-spiritual development, regardless of the faith we follow?
By using a transpersonal and Psycho-Spiritual approach (Psychosynthesis) in exploring the biblical narrative, rather than a religious perspective, we decode important symbolic clues hidden in the text.
We become aware of the archetypal nature of the movement from inner slavery to freedom. Many live with deep longing to spirit and even have strong visions, but often we can feel enslaved to inner doubts, to old habits that no longer serve. The clues show the crucial role the movement to inner liberation has on the spiritual journey.
With such freedom we are better equipped to handle life’s difficulties and live out our soul’s purpose.
Travellers on the path to soul & spirit can testify that this journey is not an easy one, the clues reveal that many struggles on the journey originate from complex dynamics between the psychosocial and spiritual forces involved in the process, forces that can support or impede the journey.
Awareness and knowledge of these forces may make the transformation we are called to undertake on this demanding journey, more possible.
Transformative practices begun in this workshop will help clarify and lead to increased sense of inner freedom as a heightened understanding of one’s soul’s journey emerges through the process. This is true for peoples from divergent cultures, faith traditions and backgrounds.
Livia Frischer – A Psychosynthesis therapist and trainer, was given these transformative insights through a mystical experience when a divine voice spoke the biblical language of Exodus and moved her out of a deep existential crisis.
She has taught this intensive experiential work to peoples from different backgrounds and faiths with unanimous success.
Livia Frischer has been active in the field of Psychosynthesis (Transpersonal and Psychospiritual Psychology) since1990; as a co-founder of the Swedish Psychosynthesis Institute in Sweden, as a Psychosynthesis Psychotherapist, as a trainer in Psychosynthesis educations institutes in Sweden, Holland and Norway.
Integrating ancient mystical knowledge from biblical texts (Exodus) into the studies of Transpersonal Development, has been Livia’s unique contribution. The numerous workshops she led through institutes and her own company, deepened students’ experience of their soul’s calling and expanded their understanding of the complexity of the spiritual journey.
Her essay “The Language of Myth – The Language of Soul” was published 2013 in ‘Essays on The Theory and Practice of a Psychospiritual Psychology’ ISBN: 978-0-9572766-2-8.
An honorary diploma for her contribution to the filed of Psychosynthesis Psychotherapy was awarded to her (2013) by the Institute of Psychosynthesis in London.