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BGO-21: Life Encounters and Relationships

Module BGO-21: Life Encounters and Relationships

Individual and community

Exploring the impact of people, places and situations

Topics include:

  • The Foundation Course provides the first lens to look at life journeys, by remembering and collecting the facts.
  • This second lens explores a personal life story through the lens of significant encounters –
    • family experiences
    • friendships in childhood and adolescence
    • intimate relationships
    • work relationships.
  • Learn about significance of attachment theory in unfolding relationships.
  • Learn about developmental phases in a relationship.
  • Examine concepts of masculinity and femininity, anima and animus, and the limitations of these polarities.
  • Learn about the spiritual dimension of polarity and gender as a developmental challenge.

Online group-work explores:

  • The relationship Sociogram, Cosmogram or Mandala
  • Family of origin, role models, puberty, initial separation from family
  • Falling in love, attachment and detachment, ideals and idols
  • Living together, partnership, life partnership, marriage, family
  • Self-identity – in relation to gender, roles in life, personality, relationships, contributions, values.
  • Ideal community, why community, need for change, vision for old age.

Course available for personal/professional development

This module within our Online Biography Training Program is also available as a stand-alone course for personal and/or professional development.

Learning Pack only: 150 AUD – got to #SHOP#
Includes: comprehensive Study Guide with readings, activities, and individual preparation for group-work; recorded video lectures from Karl-Heinz Finke (with copy of the Visuals); and a personalised copy of our Biography Log-book. Available at any time. Time commitment: approximately 40 hours.

Entire course: 380 AUD – enrol – download before filling in

Learning Pack plus real-time Online sessions, 15 hours – 5 hours on each of 3 days – Friday to Sunday.
Online sessions are in real-time, with small group work sharing facilitated for 3-5 participants. Total time commitment: approximately 55 hours.
A Certificate of Participation is awarded if entire course completed.
Prior completion of either our Introductory course or Foundation course is recommended, but not required.