Aud Marit Viken Esbensen, facilitator, and art historian Gertraud Wild will explore with you parts of your psyche which want to become conscious. Through meditation and creative expression, you can discover these hidden parts and lift them up to light in a playful and creative way.


When: June 6, 6 pm – 10 pm


Where: Schmoellerlgasse 7/3/4

1040 Vienna,


Fees:  Euro 70




Enrollment is limited



About Aud Marit Viken Esbensen:


Aud Marit Viken Esbensen is born in Norway and lives and works in Oslo, Norway.

She has been involved in Systemic Constellations since 2004 and has trained as a constellator in family- and oganisations systems.  Later she was trained a teacher and supervisor. She is presently in the board of ISCA, International Systemic Constellations Association.

Besides being trained and worked for a decade within the field of constellations Aud Marit  has a diverse background both where it comes to education and work.  During the -90ies she was involved in research related to women entrepreneurship and rural development.  In this period she learned and used force field analysis which has a lot of resemblance to constellation work.



About Gertraud Wild:


Gertraud Wild was born in Austria and lives and works in Vienna as well as in Phoenix, Arizona.

She studied economics at the University of Vienna and art history at Arizona State University. For many years, she taught art history at several universities in America and developed, during this time, a method for creative art meditation and creative drawing with the body. Besides working as Adjunct Professor for the University of South Carolina, she is lecturer at the Sigmund Freud University in Vienna teaching creative art meditation and creative drawing with the body. Currently, she is also working with Aud Marit Viken Esbensen combining constellation work with creative body drawing.





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Born and raised in a village along the Danube in Austria, Traude Wild soon ventured out into the world. After a two-year program for tourism in Klesheim/Salzburg, she spent nearly a year in South Africa and Namibia. By returning back to Austria, she acquired a Master of Economics at the University of Vienna. After moving to the United States with her four children, she studied Art History at Arizona State University and stayed in the United States for fourteen years. Here, she was teaching Art History in several Universities like Webster University and University of Missouri-St. Louis. Now, she lives partially in Arizona and Vienna and works together with her husband for the University of South-Carolina, Moore School of business as Adjunct Professor organising and leading Study tours in Central Europe. She also teaches at the Sigmund Freud University in Vienna. Since 1999, she is practicing Zen meditation in the lineage of Katagiri Roshi. She loves to hike and to write and is a student of Natalie Goldberg. During her often many weeks long hikes she brings her awareness into the Here and Now, describing her experiences in an authentic way. She loves to walk pilgrimages. The longest hike so far was the 1,400 km long 88 Temple pilgrimage in Shikoku, Japan in 2016.

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