57 min

Episode 72 with Hector Aristizábal - Reconnecting, reimagining & healing the collective The Conscious Action Podcast

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On this episode we talk with Hector Aristizábal, theatre-activist and artistic director of ImaginAction, a psychotherapist who developed original plays with immigrants, torture survivors, incarcerated youth, gang members, AIDS/HIV infected people and people in Hospice care, and facilitator at Reconectando & DreamingAction.
We explore using theater to image a different world, deep ecology, our connection with nature, the somatic and body work, rituals and initiations, reimagining and integrating traumatic experiences, collective healing, taking ownership & responsibility, the importance of the group and the witnessing.
Hector talks about his journey, growing up in Colombia and a challenging situation with war and torture, being exiled, constantly searching, learning and exploring, working with groups to reconnect & heal.

For more about Hector find him on Facebook, https://imaginaction.org/, http://www.reconectando.org/ & http://www.dreamingaction.com/.

On this episode we talk with Hector Aristizábal, theatre-activist and artistic director of ImaginAction, a psychotherapist who developed original plays with immigrants, torture survivors, incarcerated youth, gang members, AIDS/HIV infected people and people in Hospice care, and facilitator at Reconectando & DreamingAction.
We explore using theater to image a different world, deep ecology, our connection with nature, the somatic and body work, rituals and initiations, reimagining and integrating traumatic experiences, collective healing, taking ownership & responsibility, the importance of the group and the witnessing.
Hector talks about his journey, growing up in Colombia and a challenging situation with war and torture, being exiled, constantly searching, learning and exploring, working with groups to reconnect & heal.

For more about Hector find him on Facebook, https://imaginaction.org/, http://www.reconectando.org/ & http://www.dreamingaction.com/.

57 min