WeTAPIN - Navigate Human, Together
Chapter 2: Relationship Roots
Ever wonder why you relate the way you do? Our second chapter in the WeTAPIN series focuses on this very question by exploring "the root of relating" and becoming aware of our relationship default to gain insight into how it shapes our lived experience. You will have the opportunity to determine your relationship default and how that shows up in the ways you relate to yourself and within the context of current relationships. Join us on December 6th for a night of inner exploration, meditation, informative talk, group sharing and collaborative art not to be missed! Come alone or bring a friend, lover, business partner or family member and dive in.
Drawing from research in attachment and the neurobiology of bonding, Relationship Roots will take us into the deepest motivations for relationship that are unique to each of us. Through exploring how we interact with others in the present moment, we will come into contact with the core pattern of how we relate - our relationship default. This default, formed in the first few years of life, is the template for how we operate not only in intimate partnerships but in our work relationships, our friendships, our families, and how we relate to the world at large. Once we have a conscious lived experience of our relationship default we can develop more understanding, compassion for ourselves and others, and are free to make new choices in how we create and maintain relationships of all kinds.
Join Anne Koller, Chief Emotion Officer of TAPIN, featured in Huffington Post, GOOD Magazine and Idealist.org for her work with bringing emotions to life through art and community gatherings and Hannah Tamezoujt, Chief Somatic Strategist of TAPIN, Marriage and Family Therapy Intern and Somatic Counselor, hosted at the Open Door community of Euclid Manor for an engaging night of learning, meditating and connection. Check out photos from last event HERE.
*Healthy snacks, delicious teas and a warm fire included
*No refunds after ticket purchase
*All tickets must be bought online, no money exchanged at the door
*We accept ticket donations to others who might not be able to attend otherwise
WHY DOES THIS MATTER?
Being human can sometimes be difficult and frankly, frustrating. It can also be joyful and very fun. We are never given a "how to" manual for operating our emotional world, and unfortunately many of us now know how to navigate our phones better than our own hearts. Yet life, work and relationships bring challenges, and the only way we can learn how to meet them is through practice.
We believe the best way to navigate ‘human’ is to practice fine-tuning and leveraging our mind and body's compass - our emotions - to thrive during times of both joy and hardship. And we do it together in community. We use compassion and our life experiences to drive our exploration around universal topics that we will no doubt experience individually and collectively.
WHAT IS WETAPIN?
WeTAPIN is a new way to network and connect – by talking about real things and not just where we work and what we do. We offer seasonal opportunities to TAPIN to the resource of community in a safe space, co-creating solutions to meet life's challenges head on. WeTAPIN creates an environment where strangers become friends, hard topics are fun challenges, emotions are messengers, meditation is communal and art is created in the process. WeTAPIN expertly guides participants through four stimulating sections of the chapter:
Interaction: Engaging ice-breaker activities used to stimulate new connections through play and friendly inquiry
Information: Using cutting edge research to inform and guide group discussion related to the topic
Meditation: Facilitating ancient mindful and meditation techniques that can be used in daily life - at home and work
Innovation: Co-creating a way to navigate human through visual design and collaborative art
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