The Path of the Soul
The Path of the Soul
Family Constellations - Shamanic rituals - Bodywork
to the gateway seminar where we bring awareness into our foundation and
our roots, using Ritual, Family Constellations and Conscious
touch. Family Constellations is a unique blend of soul-work and
psychotherapy, inspired by the healing wisdom of traditional rituals
that honor our ancestors.
This seminar is an invitation to enter the present moment and connect with the 'knowing field', revealing hidden dynamics within our family system. This dynamic process can bring resolutions and healing of long term issues, resulting in a healthier flow of love and energy. With conscious touch we enter the magical 'feeling field' that grounds and integrates our experiences and energy shifts in our bodies.
Motivation to participate might be the feeling of seeking change in our lives, a sense of stagnancy, a draw to deeper self-inquiry, clearing our relations or a desire for healing on the physical level.
Times: 25 - 28 March 2021 - arrival: Thursday from 5PM latest 7PM, finishing: approx. 5PM on Sunday
Place: Coed Hill, St. Hilary, Cowbridge, CF71 7DP United Kingdom, See map
Price including seminar fee and lodging: Ł 250,-
Register for the seminar: Fill in the on-line form, Send. We will contact you after the application period in which we consider all incoming applications and motivations to participate. You will be asked to confirm your space on the seminar by paying a deposit.
Lodging: in dormitories on mattresses. We provide lining and pillow with cover. Participants bring their own sleeping bag or duvet.
Bring: sleeping bag, towels, indoor shoes/slipper, comfortable light clothing for indoor AND outdoor clothing for any whether, notebook and pen, blindfold, massage oil, sarong (big oriental scarf that you can tie round yourself), a massage sheet to use to cover the futons for the evening sessions, food: your contribution for the common kitchen - see below.Dining: The basic cooking provisions are provided by us: pasta, rice, potatoes, tomato paste, cooking oils, herbs, spices, coffee, teas and milk. We all participate in preparing meals together in the community kitchen next to the seminar space. We are not strictly vegetarian but find it easier to stay this way so we can cater for everyone. Your contribution to the kitchen: vegetables for cooked lunches and salads, bread, cheese/spreads for cold dinners and fruits, oats, butter and jam for breakfast. Bring an amount of food wich you are able to eat within three days! IF YOU ARE ON A SPECIAL DIET: bring all that you need with you.