WHAT IS INNERTAINMENT?
ENTERTAINMENT is defined as something that is amusing, diverting and/or engaging, provided by a performer or OUTSIDE source of information. The KEY to this definition lies in the fact that the source of the entertainment is not you, but instead it’s provided by the world OUTSIDE you. Sometimes you enjoy the entertainment, while at other times, it fails to be delightful or engaging, depending on what the creator of the entertainment had in mind and how that particular entertainment creation matches your individual needs and wants.
INNERTAINMENT, on the other hand, is defined as CHOICE-FULL entertainment, designed to develop a set of critical Choice-Fullness skills, needed today, to help us cope with the accelerating speed of life and it’s accompanying levels of distortion, distraction and overload in society. Choice-Fullness skills are the key to balance, fulfillment and authentic connections.
Unlike entertainment, the source of your INNERTAINMENT is within you. It consists of the personal stories, movies, pictures, concepts, thoughts, feelings and themes that run through your mind and your INNER world.
In a nutshell, entertainment is THEIR stories, while INNERTAINMENT is YOUR stories.
The Center For Innertainment believes that YOUR stories, and how you create and develop them, are far more important than THEIR stories. We also believe that we can modify our personal stories in a positive way, if we use the INNERTAINMENT THEATER method, and take the time to observe and discover our potentials.
It is this process, of CHOICE-FULLNESS that is the central focus of the Center For Innertainment.
Robert Reiher Ph.D.