Awareness Play
The Art of Constellation

      Join us for a day of self-discovery, expansion, and imagination. Inspired by the innovative works of Hellinger, Moreno, Perls, Jung, Lowen, Rogers and other pioneers of consciousness exploration, Awareness Play is light-hearted, subtle and interactive.

It is an opportunity to experience directly how giving space to awareness, role-play and non-verbal communication leads to insights, a shift in perspectives and greater harmony between people and within the self.

Saturday, 29 June 2024
10am - 4pm
Byron Bay Hinterland

This workshop is by donation.
Your generous contribution helps
to make the Awareness Play
process accessible to all.

Reserve your place with trybooking.

Bring some lunch to share.
Weather permitting we may
conclude the day with
tea and a campfire.


The facilitator

My name is Andy, some of my friends call me Omjaya. Although my preference is letting the play speak for itself, for the benefit of those who do need some preliminary information I have spent some decades investigating, learning, and exploring issues of consciousness. Participating in and facilitating many workshops I am grateful to all those I had the opportunity to learn from. My approach to life and facilitation has been influenced by Taoist philosophy and Rogerian humanistic psychology. Over the years I have developed a playful style of consciousness exploration mostly inspired by the innovative works of Jacob Moreno, Fritz Perls, Alexander Lowen, Albrecht Mahr and Bert Hellinger.

Awareness Play has fundamental similarities with classical Family Constellation, however there are some significant differences. It is more informal, light-hearted and subtle. With hardly any theoretical discussion we follow the evolving dynamics in the room, treat all participants equally, and allow participants to arrive at realisations in their own way. According to feedback from past participants it is often an unexpected, positive, deeply liberating experience.


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