Integrating the Shadow monthly workshop with Eddy Elsey, Fri, 30th April
Aho introduces this monthly workshop is an opportunity to work specifically with Integrating the shadow with Eddy Elsey.
What is often misinterpreted in our culture as scorned, ignored, shameful or “morally wrong” becomes the severance to the full human experience of light and dark. Due to this, we can find it incredibly difficult to claim our full power - which requires both the understanding and honouring of what we perceive as worthy and unworthy.
With an in depth analysis of the shadow, including where it shows up in our lives and the reasons to why it was banished into the darkness - we can begin to find healing in the darkest places. In order to live a more integrated, full and healthy life - it is essential that we begin to form a relationship with this part of ourselves.
Through the use of shamanic practice we will :
Journey with the mythical representations of the shadow.
Undertake ceremony to honour the shadow.
Form bespoke rituals to continue to integrate our shadow.
Undertake sacred projection rituals.
Reclaim what has been shamed + more.
£22 advance or £25 on the door. via www.aho.communityl.
Limited to 15 people.
Eddy is a Shamanic Practitioner from London and founder of Street Spirituality. Through his understanding and deep knowledge of Shamanic practices and how they can be integrated into the modern world, he believes that it is a merging of the Ancient and the new that will now help society push forward into greater awareness of the self. Also trained in Yoga, Tantra and Reiki, Eddy brings the elements of calm and love from these practices into the more tribal tradition of Shamanism. Through the use of Shamanic techniques, we can form direct relationships with our own spiritual allies and aspects of ourselves that can guide us to a higher consciousness. It is through the tried and tested, millennia old, use of Shamanic practice that we can begin to heal that which we have been told we cannot. Eddy has also been featured in GQ, Men’s Health and The Telegraph and runs Men’s Groups throughout London, focussing on remembering the beautiful and potent traits of Masculinity through ritual, conversation and community
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