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It’s easy to be sensitive while meditating or praying for others. But what happens when you are interacting with your family, friends, business relations, and spiritual or religious community? Do you ever clash with their style – their way of being and acting? Would you rather turn conflict into compassion?
In this Interactive Life Performance Practice Lab:
-Learn how we all have 5 Performance Styles to different degrees and how these differences can either attract or inhibit our relationships and interactions with each other.
-Discover the comic & tragic sides of your character. Develop character traits that support your joyful and compassionate nature.
-Practice Self-Awareness and act from Genuine Presence.
Experience this unique process designed to help you truthfully express your chosen self-image during everyday interactions – even when you are alone with yourself.
Life Performance Practices (LPP) is a performance-based training for self-awareness in daily life that is compatible with all sacred paths – your dharma. You begin to make character and performance choices in daily life that live up to your core values.
Activities: LPP Instruction, exercises, dialogue & interactive improv scenario collaboration. It’s thought-provoking, yet great fun.
Sondra Bennett taught Life Performance Practices at Walt Disney Imagineering for eight years, Walt Disney Co., Sony, at CPA and law firms, and small businesses. She has taught LPP at Cedar Sinai Cancer Center, at Daniel Freeman hospital for stroke & head injury, at UCLA Adult Ed. and other educational institutes, at Hughes Aircraft & Space Industry, and for the general public. She is the author of “Living on the Empty Stage, Performing Daily Life in the Light of Self-Awareness.”
Presenter’s Website: www.LifePerformancePractices.com
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