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Learning Human Study Program

Preserving a cognitive context

Learning Human

A“As human-too-much-human, most of the time we take the dynamics of social interactions for granted. We are not aware of, and do not recognize, the various nuances that are part of each social interaction, both in private life as in professional dimensions. How do you have attention for others? How can you stay yourself, develop yourself and give others the space for their expression at the same time? How can you experience others without losing yourself in social interactions?”

Learning Human is the deepening study of Learning Animals. A thorough development of personal growth and relationship abilities, for those who want to further develop themselves in order to facilitate encounters between other human and/or nonhuman animals.

It is tailored to meet the specific interest/working activities of the individual participant. It further develops awareness and observation skills, in the ability to facilitate, preserve or restore a cognitive context within the encounter of other human and/or nonhuman animals.

Learning Human is a 7-days deepening study in Animality – divided over 7 months – for those who have completed the Learning Animals study Learning Horse or Learning Dog and who want to gain a further understanding and practical skills to facilitate processes between human animals and other animals. It is an intensive study on the awareness of relational dynamics and a journey back to regaining your own Animality.

Learning Human provides the knowledge and personal development necessary to recognise, create and guarantee a cognitive environment in one’s own activities, both for the non-human animal and the human-animal involved.


2019-2020, Belgium

2019-2020, UK

2019-2020, Italy

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