EMotional Education Retreat:
Healing ourselves and healing our world
Friday, June 29 - Sunday, July 1, 2018
 

Just back from a speaking tour in his homeland of Athens Greece, psychiatrist, curator, and author, Dr. Albert Levis, and his children, Max Levis PhD, and Melissa Levis MFA, welcome you to a weekend of discovery,  discussion and debate to celebration the launch of Emotional Education and Moral Science, a new integrative paradigm for healing the person and the world. Tuition and dinners and lunch is an additional $295. Contact 917-680-6739  for reservations and additional information. 

Friday night welcome RECEPTION and Dinner 6:30 - 8PM 

Introduction to the unconscious: Understanding our universal pattern


Dr. Levis shares the new science of the mind, exploring the bridge between physics and psychology, sociology, creativity and morality. Challenging psychoanalytic and neurobiological conceptions of the brain, Levis presents a new model for understanding behavior as an exact science. Join us to discover the new Rosetta Stone of integration and the software of the mind.
Wilburton, 257 Wilburton Drive, Manchester  6:30-8PM


 

Saturday Morning Session 10-12AM

Museum of the Creative Process Sculpture Collection:
Retracing the History of Love
 

In this guided walk through the collection, Dr. Levis explores the evolution of cultural norms about power, love, and sex. Rising above the clash of civilizations, the Museum identifies how different cultures deal with conflict in alternative ways, developing contrasting moral systems and social norms. The Museum exhibits liberate morality from being a religious domain by addressing how creativity has a moral structure.
Museum of the Creative Process, Wilburton Inn Campus, 257 Wilburton Drive.  10AM - 12PM

Saturday AFTERNOON SessionS 2-5PM

1. The Gorski Retrospective: Identifying the Pattern


This session introduces participants to the work of Henry Gorski, one of North America’s pre-eminent figurative expressionists. The Museum houses over 100 of Gorski’s canvases from the duration of his career. These paintings are organized as cycles of conflict resolution, tracing how the painter used his art to transform his emotional reality.
Museum of the Creative Process, Moral Science Project Campus, 3814 Main Street, across from the Taconic Hotel.Manchester Village 2 - 3 PM


2. Walk the new Village Sculpture Park and retrace Albert Levis's lifetime Conflict Resolution process as told through sculptures. 

 

Sculpture Park behind the Moral Science Project Campus, 3814 Main Street, Manchester Village 3 - 4 PM

 


3. Creativity for Self-Discovery: Healing ourselves

Discover your own Conflict Resolution Process and personality type by taking two Creativity for Self Discovery tests in the Conflict Analysis Battery. After people spend 30 minutes taking their test, they can discuss, dialogue, and act out their creativity to gain insights. 

Moral Science Project 3814 Main Street, across from the Taconic Hotel. 4 - 5PM

Saturday Evening Session 7 - 9PM

Moral Monopoly: The Game

Retrace historic and mythic sagas from Mexico to Mesopotamia, and learn how morality evolved from four global cultures to discover cooperation, moderation, and mutual respect. 

Wilburton Inn, 257 Wilburton Drive, Manchester  7 - 9PM


Sunday Morning Session 10-12PM

Political Relevance: Healing the World

This session challenges participants to apply the insights they have gathered to the contemporary political landscape. We will address questions such as how do we deal with Trump, how can we build consensus, and how do we defeat terrorism?
Museum of the Creative Process, 257 Wilburton Drive, 10AM - 12PM

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