Trust Your Inner Knowing Workshop

Part of the ‘Feminine Rising’ Programme, this is a creative, explorative and reflective space to get in touch with the Wise Woman archetype. This is particularly good for those who would like to fully embrace intuition, and inner wisdom.

Time to listen to the real you!

This archetype is perhaps one of the least valued as she is often connected with ageing & death, something which we are often discouraged from connecting with in a healthy way. However, the gifts and strengths that she offers are much needed, as it is through her that we are able to access our deep emotional sensitivities and core wisdom. This force knows when it is time to let things go and when it is time to make room for the new. The renewal/rebirth cycle that surrounds us in nature, is also something that is fundamental to us as weak as in the world around us. She commands change but we must be willing to accept this and trust in our intuition.

In this workshop we will:-

  • Discuss different ideologies & concepts surrounding the ‘Wise Woman’ archetype and how this affects us as women, including key themes from personal, social and global perspectives.
  • Explore your personal connection to ‘Wise Woman’ through creative meditation exercises.
  • Express significant thoughts, ideas and feelings surrounding the ‘Wise Woman, through a variety of creative tools.
  • Embrace the gifts that she has to offer, in a world that doesn’t always understand or appreciate or value them.

This is for women & gender minorities only (trans/self-defining incl). This work is about exploring, expressing and embracing the qualities associated and in doing so strengthening our feminine power on an individual and collective level.

Each session is £20 standard/£15 conc* sliding scale.

Booking is essential as there is a limited number of spaces.

The Lush Location:
Suite 2B, North Mill, Bridge Foot,
Belper,
DE56 1YD.
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Accessibility
There is a lift available for those with limited mobility &/or wheelchair users.
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