We talk about ourselves giving away our power, taking back power, self-empowerment, and others being over-powering, or a real power-house. In our lives we may feel powerful or powerless. But what do we really mean?
For each of us, our relationship to power steers the course of many of our life experiences. During this weekend we will look the subject of power right in the eyes and take the time to see as clearly as we can what our relationship to power is. We will investigate power through the body, heart, and mind. We will seek to find where we are denying or ignoring our power and sending it into the shadows. And we will take the time to release a few old stories that might be in the way of understanding the true nature of our own power. Through movement, meditation and shamanic dance, we will re-design our connection to power so that it serves us to live more deeply, mindfully, and creatively, bringing balance to our lives.
Being powerful is not only a state of mind. It’s a state of embodied, heartfelt, conscious presence. This weekend workshop will support you to find a healthy, up-to-date and intentional relationship to the power you have access to, through which you can make a positive difference in the world.