Embodying the Soul – Honoring the Feminine: Celebrating Marion Woodman Through Reflection and Integration of Study of “Leaving My Father’s House”
Joan Harcourt and Josephine Dyer
December 08, 2018
Warburton, Victoria, Australia
Join us in this workshop where we will celebrate the life and work of Marion Woodman through reflection and integration of study of her book “Leaving My Father’s House.”
Bring your dreams and honour yourself in the circle of deep listening to the soul’s expression. The key elements of BodySoul work include — an opening ritual, dance, meditation, dreams, story, breath and body awareness — in voice and dance. All of this supports your process of working towards greater consciousness in understanding your dreams and integrating them through reflection and expression in movement, story, dance and art.
Art materials will be available for painting, working with clay or collage or you also have the option to walk, journal, read or rest.
Recommended Reading: Leaving My Father’s House by Marion Woodman
Dates: December 8, 2018 @ 9:30 am - 6:00 pm
Josephine Dyer has been studying the works of C.G. Jung and Marion Woodman in Australia and overseas for the past twenty years. Her background also includes Dream work with a Jungian analyst, Psychodrama, Gestalt therapy, Clinical Pastoral Care and Counseling, and Trauma Management. She brings a wealth of professional experience in cross-cultural communication and training with individuals, groups and communities on local, national and international levels. In recent years, she has participated in the Leadership Program and several intensives offered by the Marion Woodman Foundation in Ireland and the United States.