We create a mask not to wear, but to
To dance is to awaken to the fullness of our souls calling. To inhabit this calling as fully as possible means to embody our souls potential, in a way that is ours to do and only ours to do. It does not come from dogma, it does not come from any one else’s ideal of who and what we should be doing. It is a personal relationship with a consciousness that inhabits the very essence of our being, the innocence (inner – sense) that is innate within us. Calling ourselves home we learn to materialise our uniqueness and our potential into embodied healing, we become an inspiration for our community.
The very fabric of our soul can be felt and embodied, it can be created visually, to help us remember a broken innocence, the archetypal quality that we realise we carry and the face that we know we need to share in the world.
In this shamanic, soul-work gathering we will enquire deeply, engage with drum journeys and enter a process of mask-making, as a deep meditation, a profound and illuminating experience to connect with the fabric of our soul and what it shows us through material forms.
‘The Fabric Of My Soul’ addresses soul retrieval, calling forward parts of ourselves that have become lost. We will learn to retrieve these parts by letting go of what no longer serves or has taken the place of our authentic nature.
Trauma in its many forms, neglect and painful experiences cause that soul loss and so we find the acceptance of that, which enables us to acknowledge the wounds and take new actions, reclaiming positive archetypal qualities in order to learn about who we are and what the fabric of our soul looks and feels like.
This four day gathering will support access to the souls journey, making and crafting each individuals ‘face,’ journeying with it, as it begins to show us the innate truth of our soul. A physical hands-on creative experience, conscious embodiment exercises, drum journeys and time in nature.
Always asking that vital question ‘what is mine to do,’ and planting seeds of renewal.
This work is held over four days.
Friday afternoon 2.30pm – 6pm
Saturday 10am – 5.30pm
Monday 10am – 5pm
Tuesday 10am – 2pm
Cost is £250 which includes a simple lunch
It is held within Carolines workspace and the surrounding nature by the side of East Hill in Hastings Old Town, just ten minutes from the sea. We are adjacent to beautiful country walks amidst ancient woodlands and hilltops that look out over the waves. Hastings Old Town is a quant fishing town, with old narrow streets full of fascinating architecture and places of interest.
On the Sunday you are invited to Carolines in-person dance offering in the local town. 10.30am – 12.45pm
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6 (Friday) 2:00 pm - 10 (Tuesday) 3:00 pm UK
Hastings, East Sussex