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Self-Centering: An Inclusional, Expansive Antidote To Selfish And Self-Centred Reactivity – Louie Gardiner

May 14 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm BST

Louie Gardiner

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In this conversation, Louie will open the space for recognising a crucial distinction between selfishness, self-centredness, and self-centering. Drawing on the principle of Natural Inclusion, she will illuminate how self-centering is an inclusional, expansive antidote to the separating; excluding actions that we may describe as selfish or self-centred. Why might it matter to recognise the distinctions? How can we notice the differences within us, and more importantly, equip ourselves and others to break free from the illusions that keep us locked in repeating patterns that perpetuate separation, distress, and loneliness?

About Louie Gardiner


I am in the throes of completing a PhD that focuses on the power and potentiality of radically reflective, reflexive first-person inquiry. I am the creator of several complexity-attuned frameworks that have arisen through subjective-empirical reflexivity. One of these - the P6 Constellation - informs my research, and is the resourcing source of numerous insights and transformational shifts in myself and many others engaged in the helping and creative professions.

Louie Gardiner

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Event Format


This event will be an interview conducted using a ZOOM video link that will be streamed to our live video page. You will be able to see and hear the conversation, as it is happening, and use the chat room to offer your own comments and questions.

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May 14
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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