“Global Revolution and the Healing of Love”
Our 8-week course on “Global Revolution and the Healing of Love” allows you to explore the inner system change in community, love and sexuality. This course explores the vision of “Terra Nova” – a new world in which there can be love free from fear. It’s a course for pioneers and truth seekers. You’ll explore why working on a new model for love is not just a personal topic but a political one, how the ability to love is the fuel for the deepest form of activism, and how love requires a whole new culture to blossom and endure.
What We Offer
Join us for an interactive learning adventure, drawing on our research experience in the following fields:
- Community Building: A necessary basis for healing love
- Free Sexuality and Partnership: Complementary, not contradictory
- Freeing Love from Fear: The deepest system change
- The Healing Biotopes Plan: A global blueprint for peace
- Healing Water & Healing Love: A new relation to life
- Reuniting Religion and Eros: A new definition of the sacred
The course incorporates videos of interviews from Tamera’s Global Love School, inspiring essays, interactive study assignments, spiritual exercises and an online platform to share insights and engage with fellow students. The course will help you to find – or deepen – your role in the revolution of love. You’ll be facilitated by an experienced team from Tamera. We’ll offer regular webinars in which you can ask questions to our teachers at Tamera and interact directly with the leading team. Your course fee includes the e-book: “Terra Nova: Global Revolution and the Healing of Love” by Dieter Duhm. It’ll be available to download as soon as you register.
September 10 – November 04 2018
September 02 2018
Total cost (including the e-book): €360
At least one hour per day.
Your facilitators from Tamera:
Emma Sham-Ba Ayalon: Born in Israel, she's a Rabbi, artist, poet and peaceworker. Being committed to a vision for a peace research
village in the Middle East, she's led numerous peace pilgrimages, community courses and study groups. She's also part of Tamera's
Love School, where her deepest passion is the reunification of Eros and religion.
Anne Bretschneider: Born in Germany, she has a background in communication science and learning psychology and has worked extensively with youth and young adults in non-formal education. Before coming to Tamera, Anne participated in local peacework in Israel-Palestine, which opened her eyes to the necessity of addressing the inner human issues that underlie all external conflicts.
Mariló Herrero: Born in Spain, she is a psychologist and transpersonal therapist who has worked accompanying "trafficked women" in different European countries. She is also the mother of a 7-year-old son. In her search for community in a profound sense together with her family, Tamera was the most complex and integrative project that she found.