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Mery Miguez

Mery Miguez is a Social Presencing Theater (SPT) teacher and arts facilitator, meditation teacher and changemaker. She is also a certified Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP Marin) practitioner. Her personal arts practice is theater clowning.

Her passion is to facilitate transformative learning experiences, where groups get in touch with their highest potential through accessing individual and collaborative creativity. In her experience, she finds that when we are able to tap into the collective awareness in the present moment, as a society we are able to sense what wants to emerge in the next moment. The result of this is profound innovation.

Mery’s unique approach has been shaped by her lifelong journey to find the core from where we humans express the very best of ourselves. She loves finding ways to support people to open up to their gifts and be more of who they really are, she helps people become co-creators of the world they want to live in. Mery is convinced that as each of us finds our place in the puzzle of life, society becomes more whole.

A native of Argentina, Mery moved to New York City in 1997 to pursue her love for acting and theater. For the last 15 years, she has had a professional career in contemplative practices which includes teaching meditation and hosting meditation retreats and workshops. In 2014, she completed her studies of Advanced Social Presencing Theater under the auspices of the Presencing Institute at MIT with Arawana Hayashi and Otto Scharmer. Mery Miguez is part of a small global team of 14 approved Social Presencing Theater teachers and facilitators. For the full list and to learn more about SPT, click here. She has been involved in hosting and facilitating several U-Labs, both in person and virtually (in English and in Spanish) since the launch of the first MOOC in January of 2015.

What she loves most about Social Presencing Theater is that it’s a methodology that embraces embodiment and presencing as it applies to leadership, creative arts, systems thinking, Theory U and mindfulness-awareness practices, all of which had formed the backbone of Mery’s approach in working with individuals and groups

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