Our Deeper Feelings as a Doorway to the Experience of God/dess
A Spring Pathwork Series
March 13; April 17th; and May 8th, 2021.
Saturday a.m. 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
A three 1/2 day workshop series, drawing on the teachings of the Pathwork Guide Lectures, focused on the role of being emotionally undefended as a doorway to our experience of spiritual connection.
Learn About ~ Dive Into:
The difference between emotional reactions and real feelings
Opening to your real feelings - what supports emotional connection
The role of the defence in your personality structure
The somatic experience of feeling all your feelings
Understanding the experience of hard pain and soft pain
Being undefended - how feeling your real feelings opens you to the flow of life force in you; the presence of spirit
What the Workshops Include
The workshop will include movement and meditation, lecture study, experiential exercises, process work, and small group sharing.
You will be offered lectures to read and a few reflective questions to sit with, in support of preparing for the workshops.
Fee: $375 (plus 48.75 HST for Canadian residents)
Total fee: $423.75.
Payment can be made by e-transfer or PayPal to Madeline Dietrich @ email@example.com
For more information or to register e-mail contact Madeline Dietrich @ firstname.lastname@example.org
“I had signed up for the workshop with a vague idea of validating whether or not beekeeping was something I wanted to get back into, so wanted the real experience and ‘instruction’ around hive life. But I also wanted to spend time in the imaginative life of beekeeping – so the poetry, and your story of bees as a significant part of your healing journey was really important. Sensing into your relationship with them - the calm, the respect, the love – was an important part of witnessing how a relationship with bees teaches those very things. I loved how the different activities dove-tailed so well into one another. The ‘energy meditation’ of approaching the hive taught me well about respect for boundaries, and the deep purposefulness of their lives. We can co-exist beautifully as long as I ‘let them bee.’ “