This work originates from Bert Hellinger and ritual group work.
The invitation is to bring to look at and work on, an issue in your life. Work, family, relationships, emotional areas, physical, anything, where you feel you need some movement, or clearer seeing, and deeper experiencing of yourself.
The day will be a place where you can attend to your heart body and soul. And attend to movements towards strength, growth and wholeness. We’ll look for the soul space, whatever that means to each attending, for things to move and shift in times to come.
This work can often give you a meta, wider look at what’s going on, and support you in finding your own insights, and new strengths to act in new ways you haven’t been familiar with previously. You can attend bringing any issue at all. To find yourself supported in your personal life, family life, work, or a combination. You may find resolution, or an opening of space for movement in time to come.
It can be very strong work, and it isn’t ongoing support work. The work comes through the body, working where the mind’s strategies haven’t been able to. I don’t know how to describe exactly how it works, it is much bigger than me, or my words here.
If you don't feel you have an issue to bring to a group workshop day, the invitation is to come as a representative, and in the generosity of that giving towards others as a vessel to support their issues, the universe tends mysteriously to give a gift or gifts back to you. As one of my teachers said, the biggest shifts they have ever experienced were as a representative.
If you are attending and are in ongoing therapy work, and you would like to attend with your therapist, that is welcome. It may be supportive for you on the day, and then a rich resource in your ongoing therapy work together.
This ritual work process originated initially following healing that was needed after the Second World War. It draws from western psychological support work and eastern wisdom and also from archaic ceremonial work. It isn’t religious.
If you feel called, or drawn, you are most welcome, whether you have experienced this work before or never.