Moderator training in Acem

Olga Leschen

This year, moderator training will start in a number of countries. A moderator will be qualified to conduct, usually in collaboration with others, one of Acem’s follow-up courses, in particular the First follow-up course M1.

The basic training consists of a weekend seminar that covers group-dynamic principles and the contents of the M1 course. After the seminar, participants conduct their first M1 course and, in the following semester, attend another weekend seminar devoted to the sharing and discussion of experiences.

After the candidate has successfully completed the training, an initial two-year agreement is reached regarding his or her tasks, usually including the setting up and conducting of at least one M1 course per semester, as well as coordination work, contact with course participants, and other practical tasks.

Ryan Hung & Huiling Chen

Ryan Hung and Huiling Chen became Acem moderators in Taiwan in 2011.

Applicants must have completed the M1 course and at least one weeklong retreat of Acem Meditation. They should have regular meditation habits, be in generally good physical and mental shape, and have the social and other skills required to conduct the relevant courses.

The moderator training is autonomous, but may also function as the first step towards further training in Acem.

The application deadline is usually 20 August every year. Contact your local Acem centre.

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  1. Dear Sir,Thanks for making me to be a part of your online meditation course.I’m a marry man with two kids,Am by name Austine peter 6.7ft tall 39yrs of age. live here in Cape Verde island you can see the full information of Cape Verde island at http://www.cape Verde This is a very nice place for meditation exercises.people here will like to do the exercises,But we have no school of meditation here in cape Verde island.I will like to know if you can recommend us to your Meditation society there, so that we can have one of meditation school here in cape Verde island. Also i will like to know the inner voices and sound when meditate.
    Thanks for your co-peration
    Austine Peter

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