Recognising the soul in your life
This scenario is meant for people who would like to know more about the soul in their own life. From a longing for fulfilment or a wish to deepen relationships. Or from a need to discover more about the question: Why? Using different kinds of stickers a multi-layer map is created which holds a wealth of information. The map shows what it means to be yourself and how you see your life developing in the future. Symbols tell you about areas where your soul shines through. The group exchange is about exploring how the findings would have positive impact on relationships and collaboration. The whole process gives a feeling experience of what reaching for the source and opening up inside would bring.
The image shows the lifemap building blocks
The lifemap package for this scenario contains the building blocks shown in the image above: the compass poster or life’s path poster, life’s work, value and rolemodel stickers, and life’s mission symbols.
The overarching goal for this lifemap scenario
Everything is connected. The overarching goal for this lifemap scenario is to offer an experience of meeting each other and working together from the soul. An experience which will show the power and love of a conscious I combined with an inspired and inclusive WE.
For inner guidance and for cooperation based in togetherness
Life is a process of giving and receiving, in a continuous exchange between the self and the environment. This scenario has two angles: the individual and the collective, which are reflected in alternating rounds in the workshop programme. When people are in a state of being close to their heart, joy comes through. When they, in this state, come together in a group, strong and loving connections are formed and great things can be accomplished.
Purpose of the individual work is to create a filled-in poster, which reflects who you are. The first round of the workshop programme is to choose the life’s work themes which are relevant to you and filling in the past, present and the desired future on the poster. Adding the life’s mission symbols helps to recognise what is at the heart of your life and at the core of your work. Symbols are added next to the life’s work themes, in relation to which you have experienced them. A round of exchange follows, in which the personal stories, depicted on each poster, are shared in the group. Group members help each other to get to the heart of things.
In a second round of individual work core values are added to the map. Whoever you are, whatever you are doing, living from your core values leads you towards the expression of your deepest self. Playfulness is a form of joy. Choosing the roles in your life that match with who you are and adding those to the poster, creates positive energy and inspiration. Again, a group exchange follows, in which people tell each other about the meaning of the core values in their life. The others listen with full attention. After a short break people introduce themselves to the group by telling about their chosen role models and what they would like those to bring into their life.
Every form of collaboration or partnership fares well when there is a shared vision and direction. A group brainstorm follows, to explore the power of the chosen values and brainstorm about what the combined qualities and strength of the collection of role models would mean for the relationships and collaboration in the group.
Personal safety and privacy
How the built-in lifemap process facilitates a safe environment for sharing and how personal information is protected during the whole programme will be discussed in advance.