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Your photo for our Members Mosaic!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Carmen Indrani Sep 27. 2 Replies

Have you already signed up to become a Constellation member?We would love to add your photo to our growing Members Mosaic on our website! Send it to Celicia: celicia@communitylifecompetence.orgor…Continue

Your experience on "practices" for self assessment!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Marie Lamboray Nov 17. 25 Replies

Practices. You know, that sometimes tricky-thorny part of the CLC Process that comes right after the dream and before diving into the self-assessment?…Continue

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La dernière version du Préambule - votre ressenti

Started this discussion. Last reply by Célicia Theys Nov 28, 2016. 15 Replies

Chers amis de Constellation, d’ici et d’ailleurs :)! Une fois de plus, nous aimerions profiter de l'intelligence collective de notre communauté mondiale pour nous aider à « sentir » la direction que…Continue

Última versión del Preámbulo- sus aportaciones

Started this discussion. Last reply by Loli Rey Nov 11, 2016. 3 Replies

Queridos amigos y amigas a lo largo y ancho de la Constelación :)Una vez más nos gustaría conectar con la inteligencia colectiva de nuestra comunidad global para que nos ayude a “percibir” la…Continue

 

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"traduction en français: Etant donné que chaque situation et chaque groupe est unique, il faut un certain degré d'intuition et d'improvisation pour faciliter un processus qui soit organique et réactif. Mais,…"
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"Thanks for this vivid description. I felt I was there with you in the SALT visit."
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"Génial Nathalie, mille mercis :) ! Voici mon adresse, et celle de Laurie (pour envoi à nous 2): - celicia@communitylifecompetence.org- laurie@communitylifecompetence.org"
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Célicia Theys
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About Me:
Hello :) !!!!

A true lover of Life and all sentient beings, I discovered at an early age the power of the instrument of emotions and feelings to bring out, in each and every person, the melody of our common humanity. My desire to foster solidarity and mutual understanding came even earlier, and it has been with me ever since.

Today, the human being in its great diversity remains my main focus as I have just returned from an 8-month journey across Latin America with my boyfriend Michele.

What did we do there? We met and shared with communities committed to testing different lifestyles based on principles of harmony and non-violence, we practiced permaculture and other agro-ecological means of production, etc. We also met and exchanged views with various theater groups, who use theater as a tool for social change in a variety of situations: in prisons, with street kids, with immigrants, in schools, with NGOs, etc.

We traveled to the following countries: Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Colombia, Panama, Costa Rica, and Nicaragua.
My dream:
Using theater as a way of tapping into our common humanity, of bringing forth our strengths, both at an individual and collective level, to think up, design and implement positive social transformation.

A world where both similarities and differences are celebrated, and where every person is conscious of their own power to create the life they desire. A world in which spectators turn into "spect-actors" (a term coined by Augusto Boal), at once observing and acting on the world around them.
My concern:
I feel like our current world truly is a world of infinite possibilities, but in order for us to really profit from it we need to learn to reconnect to our inner selves and to one another on a very personal level whilst simultaneously linking hands with others who are on a similar life path.
What I think of Community Life Competence:
I love the SALT approach and believe this platform is an excellent place to support and stimulate, appreciate, listen, link, learn, and transfer as a team of common-minded human beings keen on building a world where each and every person is empowered to act on their reality and make a positive change for themselves and others!
What do I want to do to spread Community Life Competence?
Join a facilitation team, Share about Community Life Competence with potential partners; friends; colleagues, I want to apply SALT in my own life (S: Stimulate; Support; A: Appreciate; L: Listen; Learn; Link; T: Transfer; Team), I want to share my experience on my blog in Ning
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The legacy of indiscriminating love - Catherine Nyirinkindi lives on

Posted on October 25, 2017 at 6:10pm 3 Comments

Catherine Nyirinkindi lives on – the legacy of indiscriminating love

We are in 2017, on a beautiful October day in Bugonga, Entebbe, Uganda.

Betty, the chairperson of the community, starts telling us the history of the community and how they came together.

She speaks one name:…

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A feast of interdepency

Posted on June 7, 2017 at 3:00pm 4 Comments

I’d like to come back for a few moments to a day a small group of us shared on April 17th 2017, a day in “the (he)Art of Europe”.

We sat in a clown school in Grez-Doiceau, a space to host People making Art, and Play.

“We” were a group of 10 people gathered around a common intention:…

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A Bruxelles, des jeunes rêvent et commencent à agir - comment les soutenir?

Posted on April 26, 2017 at 8:00pm 3 Comments

Ce 12 mars passé, nous étions réunis dans un charmant local de la Rue du Sceptre à Ixelles non loin de chez Liza, facilitatrice de Belcompetence.



Nous ? Un petit groupe de jeunes ayant participé des Ateliers de la Lettre à l’Humanité l’année passée et qui sont habités depuis par un élan de vie et d’en-vies de bouger, de créer des opportunités de rencontres, d’échanges et d’apprentissage mutuel au sein de…

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Et vous, vous êtes "in"? Ensemble pour le rêve de Constellation!

Posted on March 6, 2017 at 8:00pm 0 Comments

« Est-il possible d'imaginer [...] un monde où les individus et les communautés reconnaissent et respectent leur humanité commune et vivent leur…

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At 3:06am on April 20, 2017, Franck Bonda said…

Thanks a lot for the heads-up; highly appreciated!

I'll definitely closely follow-up Eric's visit to RDCCompetence and get it touch with him thereafter.

You're a star!

Warmly,

At 6:49pm on September 7, 2016, Yves Caelen said…

Merci beaucoup pour ton petit mot d'accueil, Célicia et à samedi...

Yves

At 11:45am on September 5, 2016, Marie Sandrine Lo Hun said…

Je repense au Learning Festival et à la personne dynamique, intelligente et pétillante que j'ai rencontré. Cette personne c'est toi. :)

At 8:36pm on May 20, 2016, Eric UWINTWAZA said…

Thank you Celicia for your invitation in your group. I am working with young people as shared last time we met and I hope to share new ideas or findings from this new experience for me.

At 8:33pm on May 20, 2016, Eric UWINTWAZA said…

At 4:37pm on August 13, 2014, Philippe Bouchez said…

Thanks for your warm welcome Célicia!

At 11:18pm on June 19, 2014, Rituu B. Nanda said…

You have been featured on this platform your valuable contribution. A big thank you Celicia!

At 2:46am on April 12, 2014, MANIRAKIZA FABIEN said…

Thinking of social transformation, and connection, 

wauuh , what a wonderful dream, 

I am very happy to see you joining our group on Ning, 

willing to hear more about ....and see you live in theatre.

At 9:23pm on April 11, 2014, Mimi Gerniers said…

Contente de te savoir parmi nous

Mimli

At 9:58pm on February 22, 2014, Hutchison florence said…

je viens ici demander ton adresse email  si possible Aurait des  connections en theatre à te proposer bien chaleureusement Florence

 
 
 

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