“I hope you will go out and let stories, that is life, happen to you, and that you will work with these stories… water them with your blood and tears and your laughter till they bloom, till you yourself burst into bloom.”
The Wild Embrace – a reclamation of fire
We journey together from the cauldron of the womb – a journey into the internal sanctum of your being to reclaim your fire.
We venture into the forest to meet with Baba Yaga she – the wise one within us all. She who is avoided, the crone, the ‘ugly one’ that holds the power and beauty of fire.
We learn to listen to our deepest intuition as we navigate the obstacles within to know and reclaim our full potential, beauty and power…
A weekend of creativity through movement, art, story and sharing and a willingness to release some old stories and patterns.
Art: Forest Rogers and Kulkin
An opportunity to explore Dr Clarissa Pinkola Estes legendary book ‘Women Who Run With The Wolves’.
These will be 6-week closed group sessions where we explore the stories within the book and how they select in our own lives.
|To own our ‘WILD’ we have to be willing to explore our shadow – there is few better ways to do this than to work with story. It opens us to potential. Join us as we dive deep on this journey.|
I had the pleasure and privilege to work with DR E in 2016 and as such has permission to work with these stories in a therapeutic and non therapeutic way. I have since, run small groups for women exploring these transformative stories…are you ready? Great lets run…
Working with Story, Art and discussion we will explore, discuss and re-wild our beautiful hearts.
Sarah Bullock MA is an Intuitive Therapeutic Coach, Creative Psychotherapist and Shamanic Practitioner
|What they say:I feel that this work is not only beneficial to individuals but also to the wider community because we need collectively to reconnect with our soul, our deepest selves in order to have any hope of solving our many social and environmental issues.|
Sarah Bullock is a highly skilled practitioner who offers a rich, creative, safe, interactive space that fosters openness, deep sharing and opportunities for personal and community growth and enrichment. I am extremely grateful that this (as well as some of her other projects) has been funded because what she offers is invaluable and there are many in this local community, like myself, who struggle financially and who would not otherwise be able to afford such supportive and nourishing learning and development opportunities. MBH‘
wonderful inclusive space where we were encouraged to explore, debate and question our thoughts and society’s constructs of what it means to be a woman’. Thank you, Sarah, Kirsty
EMAIL: email@example.com to register your interest.