Wilburton Workshops planned

MANCHESTER - Three workshops of Creativity and Power Management, a concise program of emotional education, delivered at the Museum of the Creative Process facilitated by Dr. Albert Levis and his son Max Levis at the main house.

Creativity and Power Management is a program of emotional education based on Formal Theory's studying the creative process as a natural science conflict resolution phenomenon. It only takes an hour to find one's relational modality as a wellness personality diagnosis. It only takes a day to achieve enlightenment by navigating the art exhibits of the Museum of the Creative Process, and it only takes a week to complete the training workbook to achieve insights, empowerment and wisdom. The speed of outcomes in the attainment of these difficult objectives is due to the advantages conferred by to education by the new science, the Science of Conflict Resolution.

The workshop activities validate the premise of the Formal Theory on the scientific nature of the unconscious. Participants activities: In the first workshop, Insight in One Hour, participants detect their own relational diagnosis as a syndrome accounting for their emotions and behaviors. The workshop will take place on Saturday, Dec. 15, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and is free of charge.

In the second workshop, Enlightenment in One Day, consisting of a guided tour through the museum's art exhibits the objective is to learn about the creative process as a conflict resolving universal harmonic. The workshop will take place on Sunday, Dec. 16, from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m. and is free of charge.

The third workshop, Wisdom in One Week, Consists in completing all the tests in the Conflict Analysis Battery and processing the tests by organizing the emotional episodes in one's life as syndromally connected. The trainee becomes aware of one's relational modality and in how to manage power to resolve conflicts effectively decreasing the experience of anxieties and defensiveness. The workshop will take place from Jan. 7 through Jan. 11 from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m. each day and is free of charge.

Participants learn:

About the unconscious as a natural science conflict resolving phenomenon,

About alternative ways of resolving conflict as four personality diagnostic categories of wellness.

How to identify wellness diagnoses utilizing the Conflict Analysis Battery, a self-assessment instrument, tapping creativity for self-discovery.

The three workshops will be delivered regularly at the Wilburton Inn' s museum. Attendance will be free of charge.


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