2 Apr | 09:00 – 11:30 | £50 | Milton Keynes, UK
How can we overcome one-sidedness and integrate opposing functions into our lives? For example, what might Introverted Feeling with extraverted Thinking look like when we use them in an integrated way on a daily basis?
Jung described the tension of opposites as a source of energy and means to growth. But what does this process and its fruits look like in practice? Sometimes, just having examples and hearing from others can make the journey easier.
In this session, we review type-specific ways to identify, foster, and transform tensions in healthy, rewarding ways. Specifically, we draw on Linda Berens’ “tandem dynamics”, John Beebe’s “spine of the personality”, Steve Myers’ conception of the Transcendent function, and the “wisdom of the 6th function” by yours truly. Time permitting, we will briefly explore how to bring light to deep shadow areas. This workshop focuses on reflection and sharing, and attendees will receive professional hand-outs to use in their own workshops.
About the day
The price is £50 per person, and includes refreshments. Lunch is available afterwards, inclusive for those registered for the conference and payable at the till if you are only there for the workshop. Please fill one form for each person attending. There is plenty of free parking at the venue, Kents Hill Park.
There will be a short refreshment break during the workshop.
You are welcome to book a place whether or not you choose to attend the BAPT conference. It is a separate event, but at the same venue. The seminar will be held at the Kents Hill Conference centre in Milton Keynes, and you will be given further information by email, a week or so ahead of time.
About Dario Nardi
Dario Nardi, PhD is an internationally renowned researcher, speaker, and instructor in neuroscience, personality, and education. He was certified in type in 1994 and has authored many books including ‘Neuroscience of Personality’, ‘8 Keys to Self-Leadership, ‘Jung on Yoga’, and ’16 Personality Types: Descriptions for Self-Discovery’.