What does it mean to be a man in these divisive times? It’s so easy to say “I’m right and you’re wrong”. We’re constantly looking outside ourselves for approval, for validation, and for love. How can we be both powerful and loving?
In this workshop we will explore the way of brotherhood, sharing with other men our own trials and fears. We will use some ancient methods of purification, sweat lodge and shamanic journeying, along with Pathwork techniques to process inner feelings and bring them to the surface.
When we open our hearts we strengthen our courage. Then we can begin to listen to that voice within ourselves and begin to claim our true power, and our open-hearted ability to love.
Your Guides –
Don E. Harveyis an associate Pathwork helper with the large healing heart of Bear, the wings of Eagle, and the ferocity of Tiger. He is close to nature and believes in its healing power. Don believes in the old ways of our ancestors, in our wise bodies, and in the world of spirit. He is a shamanic practitioner who uses shamanism and ritual to access these realms. Don has experienced, led, and co-led sweat lodges at Sevenoaks for many years.
Keith Covington, M.Ed., is a senior Pathwork Helper and has been practicing and teaching the Pathwork since 1975. Keith has served in many teaching and administrative capacities at Sevenoaks Pathwork Center, and has led men’s workshops since 1990. He is currently working to help bring about more courage and love to our planet. Especially with the craziness and hate going around the world we men of goodwill need to help make a difference.
John Blumis an Associate Pathwork Helper and Teacher, who has also completed the Essential Light Institute’s Gift of the Body Professional Healers Training in Transformational Energy Medicine, and has been trained in the Tapas Acupressure Technique (TAT)®. John is an active Pathwork Teacher, and Member of the Board of Trustees at Sevenoaks Pathwork Center. He is committed to supporting spiritually and energetically sensitive men as they navigate a culture that often doesn’t value these traits.
$225 p/p Includes overnight lodging Saturday, 4 gourmet meals, all workshop teachings and weekend activities.