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The cycle of the Conflictology programs. The work of psychologists Max and Ellen Schupbach with conflict situations

Max and Elen Shupbach, American psychologists and conflictologists are the main characters of this series. Originally the series was filmed for a Russian educational channel. I always dreamt of filming and showing to the audience the real-life work of Max and Elen with their clients/patients. I always felt this was an art, a science, and a mystery. It was difficult to launch the project due to the nervousness of the TV producers; they were not convinced that the client/patients would open up and be honest in front of the cameras and lights. The issue of the protection of privacy was also an issue. We are therefore very grateful to all the people who agreed to participate and thank them deeply for their bravery, openness and sincerity.

The ten-part documentary series - "Under the Microscope"- devotes itself to a complex but inspirational search for one’s own truth and voice within.

Modern man, commonly, does not adhere well to changes. Nonetheless, life goes on and it is essential for the consciousness to keep up with these changes. With that, it is important to give yourself time for regular inner work, so that you can assess yourself over and over again, revisiting your dreams, your values. This work is done in order to find that strength in the depths of your soul to create and manifest your ideas, thus bringing them into the world.

Our heroes are a psychotherapist from Great Britain - Claire Hill, and Natasha - a journalist from Russia.

Natasha complains about one of the most frequent psychological symptoms of Western civilisation - a loss of enthusiasm, strength and a sense of being ‘stuck’ in life. Claire invites Natasha to Scotland for an intensive ten-day therapeutic course.

In the first days, Claire sees that Natasha undervalues herself, her inner world and her ideas. During the work process, Claire understands that this is all due to the strong influence of certain impeding social norms, which rule Natasha’s environment.

Gradually, through communication with Claire and through the process of her inner work, Natalia begins to realise these obstacles, finding the inner confidence to challenge them.

In addition to the main theme, Claire and Natasha’s work will focus on such topics as:

• Strength and violence; the ability to defend one's position whilst listening to others;

• Inner work - what is it? How does it feel to "connect with oneself"? How, with the help of children's dreams and chronic symptoms, it is possible to access the subconscious and reignite the connection of our life path with our deepest dreams;

• Attitudes towards breakdowns, obstacles and failures;

• Attitudes towards age and especially old age; attitudes towards death, how death can teach us to love life;

• How to be a woman in a modern society. Freedom to be yourself; Relationships between men and women

One of the main skills that Claire teaches is to trust a person, their process, their inner strength and their wisdom. Contrary to popular belief, psychologists do not have a specific plan on how one should develop their individuality. The psychologist looks for an opportunity to trigger an inner dialogue, hoping that the client will hear the voice of the self and gain confidence in the existence of their inner truth. This approach allows the client to consider themselves a person deserving every respect whilst embodying a mysterious calling; the disclosure of which will constitute the meaning of their life.

Michael Roach

I think money is like fire …sometimes you can burn your ass and sometimes you can cook your dinner. So money is not bad, greed is bad errr but to have money if I have money I can pay the refugees, if I don’t have money those books are lost err forever for everybody so money can be… money by itself is not a bad thing. It’s how do you use it. I’m just lucky because I’ve never attracted to big things, I don’t need big things, I have a very small place to live. I lived for 25 years in a room I can touch the walls, you know. I lived in this room, I paid 75 dollars a month errr it’s another person’s house and I live in this room so I personally I don’t have attraction to money errr but I get a lot and I use it I use it to help people.

… can you be business person and can you spiritual person…
…if you can be both together it’s best, it’s great, you know, and it’s very possible, everybody can do, If you have strong spiritual life but you don’t have any money then you can’t help other people very big not like what we are doing and errr if you just have money and no spiritual life then your life has no meaning. You know, when you die it’s all finished.

Veet Mano

Well, in every role they’re releasing emotions and the big problem is their emotions are stuck so in this position people like in this case playing the mother and the father, you know, they just came off the street today, they’re becoming to the class and they’re getting the role of how to express back when being attacked or something I didn’t do so they they were playing the role of mother and father. They weren’t mother and father but they gets connected into the situation where somebody is angry at you if there is something actually that you didn’t do, whatever able to let their emotion back.
So it’s the way the technics are designed, each position the person is moving energy and expressing out. So, as I understand, the world of emotional therapy, we need like many many good technics, a big variety of technics because we need technics for the whole world to be able to clean the emotion.
You know, plus some physical things, when someone is getting multiple sclerosis, that’s connected to suppressed emotions, any other immune disease so I get people who have like arthroses in the legs, sometimes grandmother here and we get them with that inner emotion and get them in the right diet…

Carla Hannaford

What’s happening is they’re using everything, especially, they are using their hands, because they’re using them to climb, and the feet. So, they’re climbing, and if you look at the brain, study the brain, the mapping of the brain, you see that there’s a huge area of the brain right here that has to do with their hands. And this is our most complex organ on the body. It takes twenty years to fully develop our hands! And our feet are also very.. there are a lot of nerve endings that have to do with our feet. And so they’re taking in the world, you know, when they’re climbing that tree, they’re taking in and understanding the world. And, then, the more strength they get here, then when they hold a tool, you know, to write, they’re ready.
And we know that ah children develop… mentally are not ready, for instance, the eyes do not track until the certain areas of brain is on, and.. so, asking them to read before about the age of six and a half or seven is difficult for them, it’s hard for their system. And then they end up with myopia, with having to wear glasses
And we have an idea that pushing them in technology, pushing them to do different things.. err.. then they’ll be smarter. Bu that’s not true! We have a big study showing that ahh children that have had computers, that have worked on computers early - which are very linear, there are zeros and ones, it’s extremely linear - they have a very hard time being creative

Juan Carlos Monje

it’s a methodology for that allow us to explore the stress memories that are holding on the body and then create dysfunctional behaviors or dysfunctional activities. So those behaviors could be behaviors I mean between person but sometimes we are also talking about posture, we are talking about pain in the body or problems in the health, in the organs of clients.

We have a methodology that allow us to explore that. And see OK how this memory creating a perturbation and then the methodology that allow us to release the memory and the stress in that area.
Because when you release the tension, the stress then the body has the resources to heal themselves.

Peruquois

I make seminars for for women and this current seminar I’m working with is called ‘trust in your nature’ and this is a very important message for women. Errr not just trusting in the beauty, not just trusting in what they do but how they do it. So working with the principle that we that each woman is the expression of the feminine source. And we are also expression of the Earth, our bodies energetically and physically made up from the matter of the earth. And I feel feminine principle. And the principle is get the woman routed, so routed in her body. Another words, there’s a sense of her feeling for whole body all the way through the feet and actually deeper than the feet into the earth. So there’s a sense of errr channel. So that her body when she walks she doesn’t just feel like she is up in a hit thinking trying to direct her life in more mental way and living for more psychological way but actually that is a walking channel of life force and that she is connected to that deep channel that runs naturally, cosmic, physical, energetic and orgasmic energy that comes up through the earth. That kundalini gives the flowers, life, the trees, life. That a woman gets rerouted in her nature – back physically and energetically through the structure of her body and into the earth. And to get that channel, she’s like a tree, basically that’s her nature, she’s like a walking tree. So if you look at the trunk of her body there’re openings all the way down through the viguana channel through the womb and then there’s the energetic opening – the heart, then there’s the physical opening of throat and the vocal cords, then the mouth and then the energetical channel. And when that channel is actually open because she is actually the embodiment of love, that’s really the principle of being feminine is. She is the embodiment of love.

Max Schupbach

Well, first I have to say, we’re using a social technology, called deep democracy of process work, front work, which is basically the idea that we live in a more diverse and complex society that is going through a global transformation in terms of more stake holders, more groups that always have been present and always have an influence, want more of an influence. So, how to approach the use in all kinds of situations where suddenly more stake holders than in the past are being involved. And we try to facilitate a kind of a dialogue or relationship that is needed so these parts can collaborate better together.

TV series - Body Language

This TV program was originally shot for the Russian channel Psychology 21 - an amazing opportunity to look at the training of psychologists. It's really like being behind the scenes. Rainy Hauser, a psychology teacher from Switzerland trains Russian colleagues in this new method. Each TV program includes a bit of theory and practice which is supervised by Rainy.

The film "Broken Dance" - participant of international festivals, the owner of 2 prizes:

  1. Best Music Video – Porto7 Film Festival (Porto, Portugal)
  2. Special Mention – FARCUME - Faro´s International Short Films Festival (Faro, Portugal)
  3. SILA FESTIVAL (San Pietro Magisano, Italy) – official competition
  4. 14th Arouca Film Festival (Arouca, Portugal) – official competition
  5. Kingston Film Festival (New York, USA) – official competition
  6. Great Lakes International Shorts Festival (USA) – official competition
  7. MusiCanZone (Cesena, Italy) – official competition



Season 2 (2018)

Ravynn Karet-Coxen: "Powerful short film capturing the essence of the Khmer soul in all its dignity, reserved emotion and pain still haunting so many in the rural areas and the dream and hope of the younger generation.

This story of a grand mother, former classical dancer numbed with agony and torment by the horrific loss of husband, children, family, friends but also her breath, the passion of the dance.

Living in limbo with her only survived daughter and family imbued by her affliction.

Suddenly all is lifted and the flame is shining when she discovered the shared passion of her grand daughter seeking the mystery of the stone Apsara to become one and that the grand mother is able to liberate herself form the heavy burden and revive her passion by transmitting it".

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Ravynn Karet-Coxen 

In 1994, Karet-Coxen founded the Nginn Karet Foundation for Children, Cambodia, whose primary purpose is securing basic needs for the rural village people. Since then she has developed programs focused on clean water, hygiene, health care, vaccination, nutrition, malaria awareness, agricultural training, education, and literacy. The foundation works with 2,334 families in fourteen villages of the Banteay Srei district. She has also founded a traditional Khmer dance school for the children of these families under the patronage of HRH Princess Buppha Devi.

www.nkfc.org

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Как мне понравилось! Буду еще пересматривать и не раз. Я так согласна с тем, что вокруг не хватает просто людей - не знаменитостей, не общественных деятелей разного калибра, не разговоров о политике и экономике, а просто людей и опыта их отношений с самими собой. Мне так понравились слова Клэр, которые я себе записала: "Похоже, смирение является важным фактором на пути к мудрости... Инсайт, опыт, смирение, любовь к себе... любовь к другим. Любовь и природа человека. Человечность - это путешествие, которое дается некоторым легче, чем другим". 
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These improvisations are based on a psychological approach Process-oriented Psychology or what is also called Processwork. Authors Arnold and Amy Mindel.Processwork is the art, science, and psychology of following the nature of individuals, communities, and ecosystems.
Processwork is a multicultural, multi-leveled awareness practice including people and their natural environment.  It is an evolving, trans-disciplinary approach supporting individuals, relationships, and organizations to discover themselves.
Processwork theories and methods, skills, and metaskills are available for anyone to experience and can be tested.
Dr. ARNOLD MINDELL, or Arny, is the author of 23 books in over 35 languages. He is known in the areas of diversity work and conflict management for his Sitting in the Fire and for his integration of psychology, ecology, and physics.
Dr. AMY MINDELL developed process work in the areas of coma, creativity, dance, and facilitator styles.  Amy is also an artist, puppet-maker, singer-songwriter, and dancer.

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Facilitation (from Eng. facilitate -. To assist, facilitate, promote). It can be used as psycological instrument for community building, conflict resolurion, decision making and other group tasks. Facilitator makes a process easier by helping group members become aware of the feelings they hold for one another, assisting a group in thinking deeply about its assumptions, beliefs, and values and about its systemic processes. He or she can also form a group of people into a collaborative team supporting consensus and uses a range of processes to enable the group to accomplish their tasks.

Worldwork is a group facilitation method developed by Dr. Arnold Mindell and colleagues. It helps to resolve problems and enrich community experience. Worldwork facilitators listen to the land, do inner work, practice communication skills involving role consciousness, signal and rank awareness. Worldwork has been successfully applied to the analysis of, and work with multicultural and multileveled groups, Aboriginal communities, universities, small and large international organizations, city hot spots, in corporations and world conflict zones.

Open forums are public gatherings, aimed at the development of social dialogue, an attempt to answer polarizing questions, an aim to unite different people and viewpoints. This space is meant for people to listen, agree or disagree, to support direct non-violent interaction. Open forums direct our attention to the necessity of establishing relationships between people, who belong to opposing sides of a problem; this can be done through understanding the experience of the other and thus – to decrease mutual hostilities. The methodology of open forums was developed in detail by the American PhD Arnold Mindell. The facilitator’s main focus is to help the world know itself better, not to seek change.

Open forums are some of the most potent and ancient forms of dialogue. It is a free platform between “truth” and “untruth”, the “right” and “wrong”, the “bad” and “the good”, “us” and “the enemy”, a platform where everyone involved can share his or her thoughts, emotions, pain, aggression, suppression, joy, anger, gratitude. All of this will naturally allow the group to express diverse opinions and voices, to find points of tension and polarization, go through the conflicts to become closer to one another and move on in life. Open forums allow the groups to undertake effective inner work. And of course, moderating an open forum requires special mastery from the facilitator.

To find out more about conducting open forums, we advise you read A. Mindell’s book THE DEEP DEMOCRACY OF OPEN FORUMS.


The footage for this project was filmed in London (UK) and Myanmar in August - December 2013.

Burma (the Republic of the Union of Myanmar) is a sovereign state in Southeast Asia bordered by Bangladesh, India, China, Laos and Thailand. Burma became an independent nation in 1948, initially as a democratic nation and then, following a coup in 1962, a military dictatorship which formally ended in 2011. Burma is a country that is rich in jade and gems, oil, natural gas and other mineral resources. A large majority of the population practices Theravada Buddhism. Other religions are practiced largely without obstruction.

The Kingdom of Cambodia is a country in Southeast Asia, in the south of the Indochinese Peninsula. In 1975, the country came under the rule of the "Khmer Rouge", led by Pol Pot. A socialist’s way of life was introduced to Cambodia, in turn bringing mass genocide to the people of the country (peasants, artisans, aristocrats, monks). In just a few years, three million of the population were murdered. Some time ago, Pol Pot’s regime was overthrown. The country and its people are gradually recovering, recalling their arts, traditions, culture and faith…

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A Production by order of STREAM TV Company (Psychology21).

"Psychology 21" is a 24-hour satellite (digital) channel dedicated to human consciousness. The channel mainly focuses on human psychology, the relationship with oneself, others and society. The channel offers help to return to the core - to oneself, one’s inner well-being, to adjust one’s own circumstances, so as not to become a victim to endless conformities, often a meaningless struggle to attain formal external signs of success.

By order of channel Psychology 21 (broadcaster STREAM)

"Psychology21" - a Russian 24-hour educational TV channel, a "Stream" television company production. The main focus of TV channel "Psychology 21" is given to human psychology, the relationship with oneself, others and society. The channel offers help to return to the core - to oneself, one’s inner well-being, to adjust one’s own circumstances, so as not to become a victim to endless conformities, often a meaningless struggle to attain formal external signs of success.

The observation of man and observing that which observes him, from different angles, as well as the portrait of main at the peak of his emotions – is in essence, an infinite series on real life.

The presentation of stories, as well as practices that are used by psychologists, will provide an opportunity to do whatever one wishes, and even more substantially – will allow one to begin wising for something higher, even more diverse and new.

The channel’s program network consists of original and selected programs, dedicated to the theme of spiritual and personal development. The channel also offers European and American documentaries and feature films about the inner world of man.

On January 1st, 2012, the channel became a part of NTV-Plus Channel package.

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TV Program - Conflictology
By order of the channel Psychology 21 (Broadcasting STREAM)

12 series to 26 minutes

Translation: Xenia Kuleshova

Host: Dr. Max and Ellen Schupbach (USA)

Chief: Julia Dougal

Executive Producer: Eugenia Lapteva

Producer: Arnold Giskin

Production: Group Company NETSKI (Russia)


TV series - Body Language

By order of the Russian channel Psychology 21 (Broadcasting STREAM)

8 series and 26 minutes each

Host: Dr. Rayni Hauser (Switzerland)

Chief: Julia Dougal

Executive Producer: Eugenia Lapteva

Producer: Arnold Giskin

Production: Group Company NETSKI (Russia)


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*The transpersonal is a term used by different schools of philosophy and psychology in order to describe experiences and worldviews that extend beyond the personal level of the psyche, and beyond mundane worldly events.

Transpersonal psychology is a school of psychology that integrates the spiritual and transcendent aspects of the human experience with the framework of modern psychology. The transpersonal is defined as "experiences in which the sense of identity or self extends beyond (trans) the individual or personal to encompass wider aspects of humankind, life, psyche or cosmos" It has also been defined as "development beyond conventional, personal or individual levels".


27 interviews, 26 min each. California USA, Aug 2013, produced for the Russian TV channel "Psychology 21". 


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The film "Gift" is a participant of international festivals, the winner of the prize at the Award of Merit.

  1. Award of Merit – International Film Festival for Peace, Inspiration and Equality (Jakarta, Indonesia)
  2. Film Festival I See God (Moscow, Russia) – official competition
  3. Farcume: Festival Internacional de Curtas-Metragens de Faro (Faro, Portugal) – official competition
  4. SILA FESTIVAL (San Pietro Magisano, Italy) – official competition
  5. International Film and Music Gathering MEDIAWAVE (Fort Monostor, Hungary) – official competition
Process-oriented psychology - is a multi-level awareness practice as well as a trans-disciplinary approach supporting individuals, relationships, and groups to discover themselves.
Processwork grew out of Arny Mindell’s studies in Physics at M. I. T., and psychology at the Jung Institute in Zurich, and Amy’s studies in dance and theater, as well as their contacts with indigenous and modern peoples the world over.

Facilitation (from Eng. facilitate -. To assist, facilitate, promote). It can be used as psycological instrument for community building, conflict resolurion, decision making and other group tasks. Facilitator makes a process easier by helping group members become aware of the feelings they hold for one another, assisting a group in thinking deeply about its assumptions, beliefs, and values and about its systemic processes. He or she can also form a group of people into a collaborative team supporting consensus and uses a range of processes to enable the group to accomplish their tasks.

Worldwork is a group facilitation method developed by Dr. Arnold Mindell and colleagues. It helps to resolve problems and enrich community experience. Worldwork facilitators listen to the land, do inner work, practice communication skills involving role consciousness, signal and rank awareness. Worldwork has been successfully applied to the analysis of, and work with multicultural and multileveled groups, Aboriginal communities, universities, small and large international organizations, city hot spots, in corporations and world conflict zones.

Open forums are public gatherings, aimed at the development of social dialogue, an attempt to answer polarizing questions, an aim to unite different people and viewpoints. This space is meant for people to listen, agree or disagree, to support direct non-violent interaction. Open forums direct our attention to the necessity of establishing relationships between people, who belong to opposing sides of a problem; this can be done through understanding the experience of the other and thus – to decrease mutual hostilities. The methodology of open forums was developed in detail by the American PhD Arnold Mindell. The facilitator’s main focus is to help the world know itself better, not to seek change.

Open forums are some of the most potent and ancient forms of dialogue. It is a free platform between “truth” and “untruth”, the “right” and “wrong”, the “bad” and “the good”, “us” and “the enemy”, a platform where everyone involved can share his or her thoughts, emotions, pain, aggression, suppression, joy, anger, gratitude. All of this will naturally allow the group to express diverse opinions and voices, to find points of tension and polarization, go through the conflicts to become closer to one another and move on in life. Open forums allow the groups to undertake effective inner work. And of course, moderating an open forum requires special mastery from the facilitator.

To find out more about conducting open forums, we advise you read A. Mindell’s book THE DEEP DEMOCRACY OF OPEN FORUMS.

Facilitation (from Eng. facilitate -. To assist, facilitate, promote). It can be used as psycological instrument for community building, conflict resolurion, decision making and other group tasks. Facilitator makes a process easier by helping group members become aware of the feelings they hold for one another, assisting a group in thinking deeply about its assumptions, beliefs, and values and about its systemic processes. He or she can also form a group of people into a collaborative team supporting consensus and uses a range of processes to enable the group to accomplish their tasks.

Worldwork is a group facilitation method developed by Dr. Arnold Mindell and colleagues. It helps to resolve problems and enrich community experience. Worldwork facilitators listen to the land, do inner work, practice communication skills involving role consciousness, signal and rank awareness. Worldwork has been successfully applied to the analysis of, and work with multicultural and multileveled groups, Aboriginal communities, universities, small and large international organizations, city hot spots, in corporations and world conflict zones.

Open forums are public gatherings, aimed at the development of social dialogue, an attempt to answer polarizing questions, an aim to unite different people and viewpoints. This space is meant for people to listen, agree or disagree, to support direct non-violent interaction. Open forums direct our attention to the necessity of establishing relationships between people, who belong to opposing sides of a problem; this can be done through understanding the experience of the other and thus – to decrease mutual hostilities. The methodology of open forums was developed in detail by the American PhD Arnold Mindell. The facilitator’s main focus is to help the world know itself better, not to seek change.

Open forums are some of the most potent and ancient forms of dialogue. It is a free platform between “truth” and “untruth”, the “right” and “wrong”, the “bad” and “the good”, “us” and “the enemy”, a platform where everyone involved can share his or her thoughts, emotions, pain, aggression, suppression, joy, anger, gratitude. All of this will naturally allow the group to express diverse opinions and voices, to find points of tension and polarization, go through the conflicts to become closer to one another and move on in life. Open forums allow the groups to undertake effective inner work. And of course, moderating an open forum requires special mastery from the facilitator.

To find out more about conducting open forums, we advise you read A. Mindell’s book THE DEEP DEMOCRACY OF OPEN FORUMS.

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Drs. Max and Ellen Schupbach work with clients using the psychological methodology, known as process-oriented psychology or Processwork.
Processwork originally grew from Jungian psychology and developed by Dr. Arnold Mindell.  

Processwork. The theory itself is elegant in its simplicity and application to any aspect of life, including working with inner and outer conflicts. Processwork understands human experience as a dreaming process that unfolds through sensory channels. The information we are aware of and identify with called the “primary process”, Information that we push away, which is often problematic, we call our “secondary process”. Process Work unfolds the secondary experiences until they make sense and become part of the client’s experiential world.

Max Schupbach, Ph.D. and Ellen Schupbach Ph.D. are founders od Deep Democracy Institute
Growing out of the Process Work learning community, the Deep Democracy Institute has developed a big international training program. Its particular focus is leadership, organizational change, professional development, personal growth. For more information go to https://www.deepdemocracyinstitute.org

“Conflict is a specific variation of the Dao. Understanding can turn a useless situation into an enriching one” A. Mindell.


A Roman Moksha film

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