The Psychopomp - Part II: Deepening the Encounter
january 12 - 13, 2019
(Must have completed Psychopomp Part I) )
In Part One, we journeyed to awaken and encounter the Psychopomp within and without, exploring our sense of calling to help those lost or stuck on the journey beyond death. We also enriched our understanding of our potential as Initiators into the Mysteries and facilitators of rites of passage. We journeyed, journaled, dreamed, and enacted what it means to be a Midwife or a Soul Guide in contemporary times, contributing to the Collective Myth of the Psychopomp.
In Part Two, we will deepen the encounter with the Psychopomp, and with others found in the threshold, engaging in more challenging work--identifying, exploring, and addressing personal psychological, spiritual and mystical obstacles. We will journey into those shadowy places where souls wander, using our Intuition and skills to help. Finally, through storytelling and art, we will share with each other the experiences of our Dreaming, taking our places in the collective mythmaking of the Psychopomp.
12:00 pm Arrivals – settle in
1:00 pm Introductions - Expectations
2:15 pm Break
3:00 pm The Guardian – An Encounter With the One Who Doesn’t Want You There.
4:45pm Drum Journey and Journal Time: Going into the Gray Zone
5:30pm Light dinner
6:30pm Discussion/Processing of Journey
7:15pm Drum Journey: Into the Broken Places
9:15pm Large Group Discussion Processing
9:45pm Introduction of Dream Incubation Task
10:00pm Dream Journeys
8:30am Continental Breakfast
9:00am Psychopomp; Myth Making and Storytelling
11:00am Psychopomp; Myth Making and Storytelling
This weekend workshop is intended for any who seek to deepen and enrich their ability to work with others in transition. This is an experiential immersion in the mysteries of death and transition.
Cost is $250.00 per person, includes meals and accommodations. (vegetarian and non- vegetarian) Refrigerator and microwave are available, for those with other dietary restrictions who may need to bring their own food. We regret that we cannot make a price adjustment for this.