Come and Join an intuitive creative process
support your wellbeing THROUGH YOUR DEEPENING CONNECTION TO YOUR STORY VIEWED THROUGH MYTH AND FOLK TALE
"Myth insists that in each of us a great kingdom presides: filled with forests, remote castles, giants, witches, lovers, the dreams of the earth itself.
To hear a story well told was to bear witness to the wily tale of your own life meeting the bigger epic that those before you had walked.
Such speech was a way you tasted your ancestors.
We don't have such stories: such stories have us."
Story Weaving Circles are open to women who want to pause for a moment and renew their sense of self within their story.
They are practical and accessible with no spiritual or political agenda.
Co-creative and generative they are not therapy but can be therapeutic.
What Can I Expect?
Drawing upon the creative mediums of story, image and metaphor we will focus on a theme to access your imagination and experience of creative fluidity.
An embodied process that will support you to experience more flexibility and lightness in your thinking, feeling, imagining and acting. To amplify and expand your felt sense of ease and well being in the world.
Here's What You Will Receive?
You will be invited to pay attention to the words, images or symbols that really resonate and hold meaning with you.
You will spend time with your stories and internal and external imagery. This will enable you to begin to compose and live from your own generative inner life patterns and mosaics which form from your embodied imagination.
Who Should Participate?
Women who would like an opportunity to...
Reconnect to their unique life story.
Share a context for generative listening and imaginative connection with others.
Witness the challenges or joys that they and others are presently meeting.
Pick up their unique life threads and become the maker of their evolving story.
Reclaim their insight, clarity and adaptability.
Experience the intuitive creative process of Story Weaving.
Why Stories, Folk Tales & Myth?
Archetypal stories, myths and folk tales provide powerful frames of reference and insight.
These ancient tales were mainly written at a time of great social and cultural transition and upheaval, what some call the end of an old world order.
Their universal themes of love, loss, tragedy, conflict, suffering and redemption act as useful mirrors in these changing times.
I also find that opening windows into other worlds can speak more easily to our active imagination where we can find new sources of wisdom.
I look forward to welcoming you and listening to your stories, images and inquiries as they unfold.
If this invitation speaks to you then please take a look at the September gathering get in contact to express your interest.