Because he believes in miracles, miracles begin to happen. Because he is sure that his thoughts can change his life, his life begins to change. Because he is certain that he will find love, love appears.”
― Paulo Coelho, Warrior of the Light
No matter what your chosen path, you possess within you the archetype of the warrior. In business, in art, even in your personal life, you spend a great amount of your energy fighting for what you need and what you want. In fact, most of your day is spent fighting. You've been fighting your whole life.
With the turn from summer to fall, now is the perfect time to take a step out of whatever you've been fighting and heal, evaluate, and find your balance. Now is the time to set the course for the rest of your journey and ensure you have what you need for the season ahead, but also that you appreciate and are grateful for where you've come from and where you are going.
Native American traditions have long understood that helping warriors heal emotionally and spiritually is key to maintaining a healthy society. Within many tribal communities, tradition bearers continue to use ceremonies, prayers, and sacred objects to help returning warriors reintegrate into society, reconnect with the natural world, and cope with the guilt, shame, and fears they bring home with them. Do you take time for yourself to heal? How do you heal yourself?
The information we will discuss, and the guided meditations we will do are practical and provide a real experience of shifting focus from being a warrior to self-healing. This is about you getting in touch with a primal, original, masculine energy that is yours and always has been. This energy, when accessed, is a tremendous healing for your body and spirit.
All male identifying people are welcome regardless of age, ethnicity, sexuality, experience with meditation or background. If you are interested in guided meditation and self-healing and have a male body, this workshop is for you.
Taught by William Pacholski
Sunday, October 16th
Online Via Webcam
4pm - 6pm (2 Hours)
Open to everyone