We all had a childhood. It formed us in many ways. Some good, some less so.
In a recent issue of the periodical Dyade, seven Danish Acem meditators share vital memories from their childhood. Their stories dwell on the basic feelings and sentiments that run through our lives as undercurrents. Events that we no longer remember can leave behind a sense of insecurity, loneliness, or uneasiness – childhood memories in disguise.
In this webinar, Merete Lund Hetland and Elisabeth Heimdal Wærsted explore how early childhood experiences leave traces in our adult lives and how such episodes and memories can express themselves during meditation. While sometimes challenging to encounter, they also represent opportunities for better self-understanding. Acem Meditation is a simple but powerful tool that stimulates change and reconciliation.
About the speakers:
Merete Lund Hetland is a professor in rheumatology at the University of Copenhagen.
Elisabeth Heimdal Wærsted is a civil engineer, working as a business development manager.
Online meeting. A link to the event will be distributed via Acem's e-news.
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The course is arranged by Acem International School of Meditation