Webinar: Projections and distortions

Webinar: Projections and distortions

Date
Saturday 12 February 2022
Time
15:00 - 16:00

– in relationships, family and society.

The blaming of others by attributing characteristics they do not have, e.g., by making them malicious, stingy, stupid or dishonest, divides and escalates conflicts. 

Projective patterns are rooted in the individual, but the consequences of projections are particularly strong when they take place in a group. Collective projections hinder compromises and solidarity. 

In meditation it is not so easy to blame others. Acem Meditation may counteract projective patterns and distortions in relationships, family and society.

The webinar starts out with discussing projection and distortions at the individual level and continues with examples from social contexts, ideologies, gender and religion. 

Date
Saturday 12 February 2022
Time
15:00 - 16:00

Note: The times are in Central European Summer Time (Oslo, Berlin, Barcelona).

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Course type: Acem Talk

The course is arranged by Acem International School of Meditation

Instructors

Ole Gjems-Onstad

Initiator in Acem.

Head of Acem International.

Dr Juris, Professor of Fiscal Law, BI Norwegian Business School


Merete Hetland

Born 1961. Consultant in rheumatology at Rigshospitalet and an external clinical professor in rheumatology with emphasis on am arthritis at the University of Copenhagen. Begun meditating in 1980, has taught in Acem meditation since 1983. Member of Acem International's board since 2003.