Landscape from a Gestalt perspective

It’s incredibly important to recognise that not only landscape shapes us, but also knowledge about history of certain space, land, ocean, etc. shapes our attitude towards the landscape. Therefore it’s a mutual process, co-creative, almost a ‘together work’ where, like in psychotherapy we are mutually transformed, shaped, often learning from each other in the deepest form, way, where ‘how’ becomes figural to ‘what’.

Dear reader I would like to invite you to pause for a moment and reflect on how landscape shaped your journey of life, your sense of belonging, your phenomenological, relational, existential presence.

To inspire you I would like you to look at some of the photos taken by me, and to watch an interview between Wallace Stegner novelist, environmentalist and one of my beloved poets Czeslaw Milosz:

33 Minutes watch

Karolina Burda would love to become a Gestalt psychotherapist, her recent experience: online training in Gestalt Therapy, GATLA 

Our apologies that on the mailout, we spelled Karolina’s last name incorrectly.

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