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This will be an evening talk in collaboration with my talented friend Theresa Dahl where we will take a deeper look at what narcissism really is, and how it can manifest in different ways on a spectrum from ‘everyday narcissism’ to the more extreme behaviours within a personality disorder. We will take a particular look at how narcissism can play out in spiritual contexts in a variety of ways, including the extreme end of the spectrum that is often seen in spiritual cults. Theresa will be sharing her insights and wisdom on this important topic and I will be talking about my experience of a cult in London which was deeply challenging. Theresa and I often have quite deep and profound conversations and this is your chance to earwig in and to join us! This is part of a series of talks that Theresa is offering which are always thought provoking with a chance for probing questions and juicy discussion. More information to follow, but if you are interested in coming to this event then please register your interest by signing up. The cost is £10.
We will be working with clay in this session. Using clay can be unpredictable, intuitive and soothing. It offers opportunity to be mindful and 'in the moment'. It invites us to let go of expectations and 'be' with what emerges. We will also be connecting with nature and exploring the myths and stories associated with this time of year, reflecting on how we can move with the rhythms of the seasons. Art Jam offers a warm and welcoming space to come and work with your creativity in an open, friendly and non-judgmental space. Emphasis is placed on the process of exploration rather than having a polished finished product. We will use mixed media to create meaningful art which might be messy and imperfect but it will always express something authentic and true to us. As usual there will be a guided visualisation and gentle activities to develop creative flow and a sense of ease. ‘Art Jam’ consists of regular creative sessions in central Salisbury where you will get a chance to try out a wide range of arts based explorations within a supportive community. No need to be ‘good’ at art or have any experience. Anyone new to the group is very welcome. If you would like to attend the workshop without signing up on Meetup then email me on [masked]. Please bring an apron or wear old clothes and do email me if you have any questions. All materials are included. There is a free car park at Sarum College which usually has spaces.