Individuals’ experiences of Insight Improvisation in Korea: Self-discovery, challenges and breakthroughs
Insight Improvisation, a form of drama therapy incorporating ideas and practices from mindfulness meditation, has many potential benefits for Koreans. Despite the challenges in introducing a new form, it has been shown to be effective in helping individuals achieve personal insights, increase awareness of their body and feeling state, and support those who tend to be introverted in expressing themselves. This article specifically focuses on the benefits and challenges of applying Insight Improvisation to a Korean historical and cultural context.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: SOUM (Studio Of Urban Meditation), Korea National University of Arts
Publication date: October 1, 2018
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