How do we show up in the world as our truest, most authentic selves? How do we transform and become the women we're meant to be? How do we shed and unlearn all the limiting beliefs we have about ourselves? Transformation is about the journey, not the destination and that begins with allowing ourselves to be seen.
This group is for women who are interested in events that cultivate vulnerable, authentic connection and self-exploration in intimate group settings with like minded women.
The majority of events will take place in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle and be either hosted or co-hosted by Judy Lee Photography.
The messaging we get when we're learning to love and embrace ourselves is to focus on joy and all the things that make us feel "good." And that's so important but what about the things that aren't easy to feel or look at? To truly learn to love ourselves, we have to embrace every side of us including our shadows...the parts of us that are flawed, the parts of us that make us feel "bad" like sadness and anger. We have to be willing to look at our shadows. We are complex beings with a multitude of different emotions, sometimes what feels like conflicting ones at the same time, but it's what makes us human. Our flaws and shadows are what connect us and until we fully embrace them, we will struggle with harsh self-judgment and they will keep revisiting us. So let's take the time to connect to ourselves and our shadows and learn to love all of us so we can show up in the world unapologetically as our most authentic selves.
In this small group workshop we'll do teachings, guided meditations, and journal practices to understand and work with our shadows in order to see their gifts, extend them compassion, and integrate them into our being. Shadow aspects are usually the parts that we reject, repress, or hide because we don't believe they are good or acceptable. We'll end the afternoon by capturing a meaningful portrait of one of your shadow aspects so you can have a visual reminder to help you learn how to embrace this part of yourself.
The 2-Day workshop is being taught by Life Coach and Kindfest founder Angie Louthan and portraits taken by Transformative Photographer Judy Lee. We will meet:
Saturday, June 1, 10:00-2:00
Saturday, June 8, 10:00-12:00
Please visit the Eventbrite site for more detailed information and tickets: