During this presentation Carel van Wyk will be sharing his experience and understanding of synchronicities during equine-assisted psychotherapy (EAP).
The excellent cast of The Grand Budapest Hotel, directed by Wes Anderson, focuses on themes of loyalty, the transitioning of one cultural era into another, fate, and covetousness. Monsieur Gustave (Ralph Fiennes), concierge of the renown European ski resort The Budapest Hotel in the 1930s, faces various challenges upon the mysterious death of a beloved dowager and inheritance of a priceless art piece.
Susan Schwartz takes us through the unrequited love story of a daughter and an absent father, the topic of her book "The absent father effect on daughters’’. Themes explored include deprivation and unmet needs, generational and cultural influences and the overall effect on body, mind and soul of daughters with absent fathers.
This lecture is an exploration of the historical roots of the still prevailing prejudice that exists towards Traditional Healing Practitioners in South Africa. Vella Maseko and Nompumelelo Prudence Kubeka draw from their personal experiences and documented history to reflect on how indigenous healing practices and African spirituality have had to adapt.