Learning how to love and say ‘goodbye’ to people and things

5-day experiential workshop

2 Holorenic Breathing sessions

Held once per year

To love is the most important thing in the world. When one develops love and compassion, every minute is one of happiness. Love is a humbling and powerful force, through which we relate to and create our world. To love is to live, and although we are born knowing this, with time we forget and then yearn for love. This requires us to learn how to love again; how to love beyond the mere desire for a romantic partner.


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The experience of loving beyond a romantic relationship opens us to a vast transcendental and spiritual dimension. Love is a unifying force that allows the universe to remain unified. Love is more powerful than destructive forces. (If that weren’t the case, the universe would fall into chaos, it wouldn’t exist.) Who doesn’t yearn to experience this powerful force of love?



Fill a space that, in other societies, is encapsulated by rites of passage. These rites always foster an encounter with the depths of being, help to increase freedom, and allow one to fully feel the meaning of life.



Learn to recognise your own limits as well as where you are situated in life and where you should be situated in life (i.e, what is your place in the world?). Accomplishing this a prerequisite step to LEARNING HOW TO TRULY LOVE.


The workshops are run in groups of between 20 to 50 people on our campus devoted to human development, Can Benet Vives, which is 50 kilometres from Barcelona in the heart of Montnegre National Park.


Dr. Josep Mª Fericgla

Founder and Campus Director. 

Barcelona 1955, Doctorate in anthropology from the University of Barcelona, writer, teacher and investigator. Current director of Can Benet Campus and the Society of Applied Ethnopsychology. President of the foundation that carries his name. The only thing that succeeds in pulling him away from his work, that he is passionate about, and that wakes up his luminous smile is his daughter, Adriana.

Has also studied high level courses in drama and psychology. Specialist in cognitive anthropology, ethnomusicology, shamanism and ethnopsychology. Researcher of expanded states of consciousness and the cultural use of entheogens. Pioneer in the use of ayahuasca therapeutically in Europe. Has received various official prizes for his scientific work. Author of 16 books and co-author of 13 more. Amongst them are: Epopteia: To Advance Without Forgetting, Los Jíbaros: Hunters of Dreams, Towards the Light of Ayahuasca, Aging: An Anthropology of Old Age, A Review of Shamanism, Entheogens and Science, Mushrooms and the Genesis of Cultures, Becoming Young and many more.


General health psychologist

Born in Barcelona in 1977. Certificate in sociocultural animation from Hogeschool van Arnhem en Nijmegen (in Holland). Certificate in social integration. License in psychology from the University of Barcelona and accredited as a general health psychologist. Systemic family therapist at the Hospital Sant Pau in Barcelona. One of the only axiologists in the country. Has received training in neurolinguistic programming and family constellations. Holds a private practise assisting individuals, couples and families. Direct collaborator with Dr. Josep Ma Fericgla since 2006.

Myriam NUNES


Nacida en Madrid, estudió tres años de la licenciatura en Medicina, antes de empezar a formarse en Psicología en la Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Interesada en los estados expandidos de consciencia y en la psicología analítica de C.G. Jung, desde 2016 es asistente personal del Dr. J.Mª Fericgla en sus cursos y talleres.



Visit Dr. Josep Mª Fericgla Foundation Website

(+34) 937 63 00 76

Can Benet Vives Veïnat d’ Hortsavinyà 7 08490 Tordera Barcelona, Spain


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