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Reclaiming Ourselves

Annual Psychodrama Residential
13th to 15th September 2019

“Remember, the entrance door to the sanctuary is inside you.” Rumi
We lose power when part of us splits off and leaves us. This may be the result of traumatic events but may also occur simply because we learn to hide away part of who we truly are in order to fit in; eventually this part becomes lost to us.

The symptoms of power loss can include: depression, fatigue, procrastination, a lack of joy in life, weariness, feelings of emptiness, low self-esteem, addictions and illness. Reclaiming parts of our Selves is the shamanic and transpersonal psychotherapeutic practice of helping find someone’s lost soul parts, bringing them back, and helping the person to re-integrate them.

We lose or give away our power in many ways, ranging from trauma when our power is forcefully taken away, to losing a loved one, when a part of us leaves with the one we lost. We may feel lost, empty, confused, sad and will most likely have little energy and motivation.

“Reclaiming the parts of ourselves that we have relegated to the shadow,
Is the most reliable path to actualizing all of our human potential.”
Debbie Ford

 

Time schedule of the weekend:
Friday at 7 - 9
Saturday 10 - 5
Sunday 10 – 3.
Group size is limited to 10.
This workshop counts for 15 CPD hours.

Cost: early booking rate: £180. Bookings made after 23rd August: £200. Non-refundable deposit of £50 confirms your booking. If you paid the full fee at the time of booking, and need to cancel, no refunds are available if notice is given less than three weeks before the workshop, or if you do not attend or if you leave early.
The cost does not include food. The nearest supermarket is in Ballycastle, and a village store in Ballintoy.
Contact Biggi for a booking form and send it with your deposit cheque or bank transfer.


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