Free for holders of a week ticket
Workshop presented by Lars Christian Börner, Germany
A plethora of questions constellates focus: how curiosity for the next creates energy and lets us joyfully face impediments.
The workshop is driven by the ideas in Carmen Kindl-Beilfuß’s book “Fragen können wie Küsse schmecken” ( “Questions Can Taste Like Kisses”). While the title may be whimsical, the book’s content is profound. It explores how questions can open new chapters in our personal stories and generate the energy to direct our curiosity toward the next challenge. Answers, on the other hand, often leave us dissatisfied, as they rarely capture the complexity of the real world or close the book on our questions.
So let’s constellate your life’s questions!
I am the director of CI’s Scientific Department of Education & Constellation and a professional constellator for about a decade now. As an Academic Lecturer for social work at the IU University of Applied Science in Hannover, Germany, and a multidimensional consultant for organizations as well as an Horse Assisted Educator, my view at the world is always and has always been a systemic one!