“Me as Happening” – a class series

“Me as happening” is an invitation for you and I to meet, share and move.
We get real, raw and rusty.
The change. The fear. The uncertainty. The overwhelmed. Where to next?

At times in change we are stretched to our limits of widening, trusting, surrendering.
· rather than getting we let it.
· we rise high to the tower of thought to widen to go lower to listen.
· we invite our body to be held by rather than holding onto.
· we will sit, move, write, dance, we see and are being seen.

We are invited to meet in the hearth of you. You as a sacred shape in space. The form through which the formless travels.
We adventure and discover in the landscape of Soul Motion®.

Together you, we, me, us can make the beginning of the year a blooming echo to the waves of changes we all danced in thee year left behind – you as happening, a happening as you.

5 Thursdays:
January, 7, 14, 21, 28
February 4
17-19h central europe /  8-10am pacific time  /  11am – 1pm eastern time
online in a room in Zoom.

The series will be available as a recorded package in the members’ site. 

John O’Donohue writes:
To change is one of the great dreams of every heart – to change the limitations, the sameness, the banality, or the pain. So often we look back on patterns of behavior, the kind of decisions we make repeatedly and that have failed to serve us well, and we aim for a new and more successful path or way of living. But change is difficult for us. So often we opt to continue the old pattern, rather than risking the danger of difference. We are also often surprised by change that seems to arrive out of nowhere. We find ourselves crossing some new threshold we had never anticipated. Like spring secretly at work within the heart of winter, below the surface of our lives huge changes are in fermentation. We never suspect a thing. Then when the grip of some long-enduring winter mentality begins to loosen, we find ourselves vulnerable to a flourish of possibility and we are suddenly negotiating the challenge of a threshold.

 

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