The Boy, The Man and The God – Finding and developing the male archetypes through tribal ...
The Boy, The Man and The God – Finding and developing the male archetypes through tribal mapping
This is a speech about the three founding male archetypes: the boy, the man, ...and the god, and their respective relationships to one another.
“Fatherhood” relates to both the boy-man and the man-god relationships.
“Fathers” was always a term used in pluralis in the tribal settings and we would be wise to return to this understanding today.
Away from all the misery that “the lonely father” as a byproduct of the idea of “the romantic love marriage” has caused us. And how weak as men it has made us.
Manhood is about collaboration and not about competition. Men seek teams. And the most important team of all is what Alexander Bard calls "the team of fathers and mentors".
Alexander Bard is a philosopher based in Stockholm, Sweden and has co-written five books with Jan Söderqvist.
Their latest book “Digital Libido—Sex, Power and Violence in The Network Society” was released in October 2018.
Call to Presence – Aufruf zur Präsenz Eine körperliche Entdeckungsreise zum vollen Spektrum ...
Call to Presence – Aufruf zur Präsenz
Eine körperliche Entdeckungsreise zum vollen Spektrum deines maskulinen Herzens, deiner Tiefe und Freiheit
Mehr als jemals zuvor sind Männer dazu aufgerufen, diese Welt mit Integrität ...zu durchschreiten. Das ist eine berechtigte Forderung und eine klare Einladung an uns.Der in seinem Inneren gereifte Mann lebt mit einem inneren Kompass des Herzen und der Integrität, er wächst und entwickelt sich ständig weiter. Nicht weil ihm jemand zusieht, sondern einfach, weil das der authentischste Weg ist, zu leben.Diese Kapazität wohnt in jedem Mann und wird von der Gemeinschaft der Welt empor geholt – als ein nötiger und natürlicher nächster Schritt einer Evolution, hin zu einem erwachten Leben aus Berufung.In diesem dynamischen Vortrag erlebst du Körperübungen und bekommst kraftvolle Einsichten, die dir ein tieferes Bewusstsein über deinen Atem, deinen Körper und deine Mitmänner geben. Lerne wie du deine, dir angeborene Präsenz, Tiefe und Integrität für dich spürbar machst – und wie du durch tägliche Praxis als der beste Mann, der du sein kannst, in die Welt hinaus gehst.
Eli Buren ist international bekannter Lehrer, gibt seit 2005 Workshops und hat mit Tausenden von Teilnehmern in den USA, Europa und Asien gearbeitet. Er hat die Gabe seine Teilnehmer in ein tieferes Verständnis ihrer geistigen Haltung, Authenzität und Präsenz zu führen – indem er sie über den Körper erfahrbar macht.Eli praktiziert seit 1998, genoß zahlreiche spezielle Ausbildungen, vor allem in Meditation, spritueller Praxis, Yogic Embodiment, Sexual Yoga und somatischer Forschung.Er hat mit einem breiten Spektrum von Lehren gearbeitet und war 8 Jahre lang Assistent und Co-Lehrer bei David Deida, veranstaltet bis heute Workshops mit ihm.
Dr. Robert Glover started a worldwide men’s movement with his book “No More Mr. Nice Guy” and ...
Dr. Robert Glover started a worldwide men’s movement with his book “No More Mr. Nice Guy” and minted the term “Nice Guy Syndrome”.
Through his book, online classes, workshops, podcasts, blogs, ...consultation, and therapy groups, Dr. Glover has helped change the lives of countless men and women around the world. He is a frequent guest on radio talk shows and has been featured in numerous local and national publications.
As a result of his work, Dr. Glover has helped thousands of men transform from being passive, resentful victims to empowered, integrated males. Along with these personal changes have come similar transformations in these men’s professional careers and intimate relationships.
Kurt Tepperwein was born in Germany in 1932. He was a successful entrepreneur and long-term ...
Kurt Tepperwein was born in Germany in 1932. He was a successful entrepreneur and long-term management consultant until he retired from business life in 1973 and became a naturopath and ...consciousness researcher in order to search for the real causes of illness and suffering.
Holder of numerous trainings and honors, Kurt Tepperwein has been a lecturer at the International Academy of Sciences since 1997. His worldwide teaching activities have taken him to India, Bali, Egypt, Sri-Lanka, Aspen (Colorado, US), Kyoto, Tokyo (Japan), Dohar (Qatar) and many other interesting places, where he not only taught, but also studied the country, the people and the different cultures and philosophies. Because his education was and is life.
Kurt Tepperwein is the author of “In den besten Jahren: Mit Leib und Seele Mann (Golden Years: Being a Man with Heart and Soul)”.
A Manifesto for the Future of Men Paul Lloyd Robson on starting a men’s movement. Maniphesto is ...
A Manifesto for the Future of Men
Paul Lloyd Robson on starting a men’s movement.
Maniphesto is a men’s organization based in Copenhagen, Denmark. With its powerful European Men’s Gathering it has ...been MALEvolution’s strongest ally on an international level since 2018.
Paul Lloyd Robson is the leader and co-founder of Maniphesto .
The father of two sons was born and raised in South Africa and has been living in Scandinavia for 17 years. He is educated as a Political Scientist and spent nine years working at Microsoft. He is a trained psychotherapist who believes that making stuff happen in the world together with other people is the best type of therapy one can do. He has taught scuba diving, rock climbing, partner acrobatics, dance and bodywork and believes in the power of combining ideas with somatic experience.
His mission is to help men to become a better version of themselves through communities which build courage, integrity, vulnerability and honesty amongst their members.
JJ Bola, born in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo is a writer based in London. In ...
JJ Bola, born in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo is a writer based in London. In addition to three volumes of poetry, he published a novel and the non-fiction ...book “Mask off: Masculinity Redefined”.
During his work as a social worker, Bola noticed that male adolescents have great difficulty meeting the traditional expectations of strong, tough masculinity and suppressing their emotions. Sport is often the only socially acceptable reason for men to cry. The result is often drug or alcohol abuse or violence.
Expressions of masculinity can be destructive and toxic, either through violence against women and femicides, but it is also reflected in the increased suicide rate among men. In his book, which he means as “a call to dissolve the social construct of masculinity”, Bola pleads for more openness to one’s own emotions and that men should also read feminist literature or write a diary.
Join Dr. Arne Rubinstein from Australia as he shares how men are being called upon more than ...
Join Dr. Arne Rubinstein from Australia as he shares how men are being called upon more than ever in these times of crisis and uncertainty. He will explain how we ...are in the midst of a global “Rite of Passage” and how we move through it will determine the next stage of our lives and the lives of those around it.
Using the model of boy to man to elder Dr Arne will demonstrate that we are all in a process of transformation with closely entwined challenges and opportunities.
Dr. Arne Rubinstein is the bestselling author of “The Making of Men: Raising Boys to be happy healthy and successful” and a globally recognised expert in Rites of Passage. His work is now in over 25 different countries with more than 200,000 people who have attended the programs and seminars he has helped to create.
More and more men miss a feeling of real, lived manhood in themselves. They suffer from too ...
More and more men miss a feeling of real, lived manhood in themselves.
They suffer from too little aggression, willingness to conflict, self-confidence and leadership—about themselves and in their partnership. On ...the contrary: women have clear leadership in at least 80% of relationships in this country. More and more men complain about their emotional dependence on their partner or women in general. What are the real causes for this?
Bjørn Thorsten Leimbach has been dealing with this question as a seminar leader and psychotherapist for 25 years. While usually working on the solution of the above problems, he would like to present the psychological and social backgrounds for a weakened and insecure masculinity in our society.
In this lecture the “man maker”, as he is often called, speaks about the origin of the problem: childhood. He himself is the father of four boys and describes why boys have found it increasingly difficult to develop their masculinity in recent decades. Everything masculine is even withdrawn and suppressed from them through permanent female influence and one-sided mothering. His thesis: the lack of patronage by the biological father and the lack of male caregivers and role models is the main reason for a weakened and insecure masculinity today. He sheds light on the essential, feminist matrix of our society that prevents men from living out their masculinity.
This lecture is not only enriching for fathers and for dealing with children—it also creates an understanding of the influences that have shaped you as a man.
Bjørn Thorsten Leimbach is a prominent author, trainer and coach for
men. For the last 30 years, he has lead seminars and apprenticeships focusing on personality and management. Numerous therapists, trainers and coaches yield inspiration from his unconventional approaches and his provocative ideas.
His bestseller “Männlichkeit Leben (Live masculinity)” has become a guideline for the men‘s movement in the German-speaking world. In 1995, as a couples therapist, and together with Leila Bust, he developed and, since, lead the couples and tantra training LoveCreation®.
It is times like these that we have been training for. In this session of spoken word and ...
It is times like these that we have been training for.
In this session of spoken word and exercises Eli Buren takes you out of the virtual space and enables ...you to step into your embodied authenticity, presence and masculine strength as your guiding principles in times of crisis.
Eli Buren is an internationally known teacher, has been giving workshops since 2005 and has worked with thousands of participants in the United States, Europe and Asia. He has the gift of leading his participants into a deeper understanding of their mental attitude, authenticity and presence—by making them tangible through the body.
Eli has been practicing since 1998 and has enjoyed numerous special training courses, particularly in meditation, qigong, spiritual practice, yogic embodiment, sexual yoga and somatic research. He has worked with a wide range of teachers including eight years with David Deida, assisting his intimacy intensives and leading the men’s morning sessions.
Holistic Training and Nourishing Yourself “I invite you to become familiar with a functional ...
Holistic Training and Nourishing Yourself
“I invite you to become familiar with a functional training approach that will help you better cope with your everyday life, will give you better ...posture, will help you nourish your body by eating right—and thereby be well prepared for your life as a man.
Strength training and healthy eating are my game-changers, bringing me towards a healthier version of myself. And by that I mean first and foremost: being good to myself.
I know bodybuilders who feel empty inside and have huge psychological complexes. On the opposite end of the spectrum, I’ve experienced men for whom a customized physical training program and a healthy diet have triggered a cascade of positive personal development processes.
I’d like to inspire you to do more for yourself. It doesn’t matter if you weight train, do yoga or switch to a vegan diet (as examples)—in the end, what counts is that it feels good and feels right for you personally.”
Andreas Ullrich does his thing!
He is a personal trainer, author of the book “Power Papa: Fitness für Väter (Power Papa: Fitness for Dads)” and collaborator of national soccer player Thomas Müller at “YOUMECO”. He built his business while studying sports science and loves bringing out the full potential of his clients.
For him, training and optimizing nutrition is much more than just getting a healthy body. It is important to him to feel himself and live a life worth living. According to his credo “I move you”, he chooses individual training systems for his clients, pulling the lever that brings the most progress. This requires holistic thinking that includes all areas of life and an authentic definition and pursuit of goals.
Dr. Farrell has been a pioneer in both the women’s movement (elected three times to the Board ...
Dr. Farrell has been a pioneer in both the women’s movement (elected three times to the Board of N.O.W. in NYC) and the men’s movement (called by GQ Magazine “The ...Martin Luther King of the men’s movement”) and the Financial Times chose him as one of the world’s top 100 thought leaders.
His books are published in over 50 countries, and in 19 languages. They include the New York Times best-seller, “Why Men Are the Way They Are”, plus the international best-seller, “The Myth of Male Power” and “The Boy Crisis (co-authored with John Gray)”.
He has appeared on over 1000 TV shows and been interviewed by Oprah Winfrey, Barbara Walters, Peter Jennings, Katie Couric, Larry King, Tucker Carlson, Regis Philbin and Charlie Rose. He has frequently written for and been featured in The New York Times and publications worldwide.
Dr. Farrell has two daughters, lives with his wife in Mill Valley, California.
What was considered male yesterday is frowned upon today—and again not. Today’s man is supposed ...
What was considered male yesterday is frowned upon today—and again not. Today’s man is supposed to be soulful, but not a wimp. A 24-hour dad, but also a high-flyer professionally.
No ...wonder man is confused.
In his lecture, Björn Süfke calls on his peers to renounce the demands of society, both traditional and modern, and “reinvent” their own masculinity. And he appeals to women to really allow these changes. Because only in this way will we all ultimately benefit: through partnership and parenting on an equal footing and a truly equal society.
About the speaker
Björn Süfke is a psychologist, therapist for men and author. He holds regular lectures and offers advanced training courses dealing with an array of topics about men. His most recent book “Papa, du hast ja Haare auf der Glatze (Daddy, you have hairs on your bald head!)” now coadunates with his previous publications “Männer – was heute heißt, ein Mann zu sein (Men—what it means to be a man today)” and “Männerseelen – ein psychologischer Reiseführer (A man‘s soul—a psychological guidebook)”. In his private life, he is a fervent fan of two football clubs and three children. He lives with his family in Bielefeld (Germany).