Come to Wild Mirrors and break free from the domestic chains!

  • July 18, 2014 · 3:00 PM
  • Cranham scout centre

Life is constantly reflecting back elements of our inner world. Examples of this are when the body expresses something psycho-somatically, when synchronicities happen and give us significant pointers, when patterns keep repeating themselves in each new relationship. These mirrors reflect back areas of our lives we need to give attention to. They can consist of projection, transferences, psychic-phenomena and mystery. They are always interesting, powerful and useful when explored.
This workshop will explore these wild mirrors through various exercises, dance, group work, mini-solo walks and group sharing around a fire.

The ‘Wild Mirrors’ workshop will begin Friday 18th July at 5pm (arrival 3pm to put up tent) and end on Sunday 20th July at 8pm.

Cost (includes vegetarian food and camping): Early bird (before June) £90. Low income £75.
After June £110. Low income - £90

CPD certificates will be available on completion

The landscape: Cranham is a small village 5 miles from Stroud. It is surrounded by ancient beech tree woodland, open SSSI common land and farm land.

The venue: Cranham scout centre. This space is secluded and contained. A small stream runs through the camping area.

Facilities: There are showers, toilets and cooking facilities. There will also be use of indoor space on the Sunday and a marquee.

Tents are available to hire and will be erected for a total of £10

Food: All food will be cooked as a group

To book: Contact John either by email: [masked] or phone[masked]
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