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How did you learn about Art of Hosting (please add the date and place) and what attracted you to it?
While wanted to organise an Open Space, we hired a AoH practitioner to host it. He did introduce me to AoH and invited me to take part in the AoH Karslkrona 2017. The experience has been incredibly deep and rewarding. A full life journey in 4 days. Very grateful.
Tell us about your experience with Art of Hosting as part of your life and work. What would you say your competence in it is? (new, starting practitioner, experienced practitioner, steward)
Whether I have been using some of the methods in my work before, I have just started introducing the AoH philosphy. It has been apassionate beginning.
What is the primary field/topic/focus in your hosting work?
Research, Innovation, Policy makers
Where do you live/work?
Rome, Italy (but I travel more than 150 days per year)
Are there interests/passions that you'd like to share?
I have many passions, but in the last two years I have been studying the Archetypes in the Tarot de Marseille as a powerful tool for self inquiry

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At 2:26pm on April 3, 2017, Nancy Bragard said…

Hello, Martina, and welcome to the Art of Hosting community! Glad to see you here. Post a photo when you can so we can really "see" you here. Then join in with all the conversations. You'll find plenty of resources here, too, to help you deepen your practice. And the more you add to your profile, the more the community can learn from you and share with you. We hope you will find value in exchanging in this virtual community!


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