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Added Values

Eurythmy for Organization can speed up the development of individuals and organizations because is:


  • It integrates the three different approaches of “I” - “YOU” - “WE” existing in organizations

  • it goes beyond the personal “comfort zone” and gives people the opportunity of enjoying a shared workplace to create “something new” together

  • it enhances the importance of tolerance with respect to one's own and everyone's mistakes and difficulties as a prerequisite for common work

  • Allows to “learn from doing and grow while doing” (F. Novara)

  • turns representative thinking into active awareness;

  • Helps to open “the door to development (which) is locked from the inside” (C. Agyris) 

Based on experience

Based on evidence

  • Moves attention from a mental outlook to a factual level 

  • Through action, it reveals:

- the stumbling-blocks that can handicap everyone: abstract thinking, excess of self-reference, automatic behavior

- shows the importance of others' contribution to everyone's development

- shows the importance of presence of mind in action to achieve good results


  • Involves individuals at any level of relationship with reality: cognitive, emotional, related to movement

  • takes into account everyone's constitution and the processes that put in connection everyone's inner and outer world

  • develops the self-awareness necessary to adults to learn how to change and to change


  • Develops the ability to see complex realities globally in order to have the ability to act as needed

  • allows to include innovation into existing situations

  • connect people to new situations, avoiding techniques and methods valid only for what is already in use

  • awakens moral virtues in man as well as playfulness

In movement

  • Makes individuals active masters of their own development and of the process they share with others

  • moves cognitive processes as far as moving actions

  • stimulates “brain functions, including memory, emotion, language and learning. Our “higher” brain functions have evolved from movement and still depend on it” J. Ratey, MD Harvard Medical School, from User’s Guide to the Brain

  • Makes clear what a process is like

  • draws attention and redirects competences from predefined results to the processes by which they are generated

  • is based on what makes any process a living consciuos process: form, rhythm, relationships, intention

  • brings about awareness and confidence in processes helping everyone to intervene in consequence

In process



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