Somatic Attachment Repair: An Integral Approach” is a series that explores the intersection of Integral Theory and somatic attachment repair. Through this series, you will learn how to integrate mind, body, and spirit in the healing process. The series will cover topics such as the role of the body in emotional healing, the integration of mindfulness practices, the use of somatic techniques, and the role of developmental stages in attachment repair.
Throughout the series, you will learn how to work with your own somatic experiences and emotions in a safe and supportive environment, and will also learn how to support others in the same process. The series will also delve into how to apply an integral perspective to understand how attachment repair can be integrated into one’s overall developmental journey.
This series is for anyone interested in learning more about the connection between body, mind, and spirit and how to use this understanding to support healing and growth.
MEET YOUR FACILITATOR
Bu Nan Brown is an ordained Buddhist Priest in the Hollow Bones Zen lineage, and a Somatic Attachment Repair Specialist. He began his journey with Integral Theory about 15 years ago, and found his Zen teacher, Jun Po Roshi, from an interview on Integral Life. Over the years he moved to Boulder Colorado, graduated from Naropa University, was a founding member at the Integral Center, explored the world of Authentic Relating, spent 6 years studying with the Luminous Awareness Institute, and has dove deeply into the world of attachment and trauma. His primary focus has become sharing about adult somatic attachment repair, and its importance in healing the world, one nervous system at a time. You can find out more about Bu Nan and his approach at www.BunanBrown.com.