Rite of Passage: Into the Arms of Beauty
Rite of Passage: Into the Arms of Beauty is a 6 hour workshop, and focuses on a personal Rite of Passage that is engineered to release personal and ancestral baggage in order to create greater bandwidth and access to SELF - Soul Evolved Life Force.
The inspiration for my workshop comes from a Hawaiian book called, Tales of the Night Rainbow.
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After much reflection on what would be the most effective and powerful workshop experience that can assist us to identify and release what is keeping us from acknowledging and holding the resonance of our own beauty. I decided on a set of two workshops over the coming year:
1) A one day workshop called, 'Rite of Passage: Into the Arms of Beauty';
2) and a follow up 8 months later with a three day workshop called, Rite of Passage: Claiming my Bowl of Light which includes accommodation and food. Note: The one day must be attended first no exceptions.
The first workshop Rite of Passage: Into the Arms of Beauty is a 6 hour workshop, and focuses on creating a personal Rite of Passage that is engineered to release personal and ancestral baggage in order to create greater bandwidth and access to SELF - Soul Evolved Life Force.
The inspiration for my workshop comes from a Hawaiian book called, Tales of the Night Rainbow by Koko Willis (Author), Pali Jae Lee (Author) Mo'olelo o na Po Makole, The Story of a Woman, a People, and an Island. An oral history as told by Kaili'ohe Kame'ekua of Kamalo, Moloka'i, 1816-1931.
"There is an ancient Hawaiian story that says that each child has, at birth, a bowl of perfect light. If he or she tends to their light, it will grow in strength and they can do all things - swim with sharks, fly with the birds, know and understand all things.
If however, they become envious, jealous, angry, or fearful, they will drop a stone into the bowl of light and some of the light goes out. Light and the stone cannot hold the same space. If they continue to put stones in the bowl, the light will go out and they will become a stone themselves. A stone does not grow, nor does it move.
If at any time he or she tires of being a stone, all they need to do is turn the bowl upside down and the stones will fall away and the light will grow once more."
Here is the breakdown of the workshop:
Morning Yoga Session
Catered Vegetarian Lunch Half Hour (would need to talk to you about hiring someone local)
Sharing the Tales of the Night Rainbow story of the Bowl of Light
Rite of Passage as a way to clear the way to grow our personal seed of evolution.
Dharma Talk: Sharing my personal story about my Rite of Passage, and why a personal Rite of Passage is important to our lives.
8 Months of Preparation:
Ancestral Detective work - researching Family of Origin Myths and Secrets
Social/Culture Detective work - researching Culture of Origin Myths and Secrets
Creating a Mask of Pain
Creating a Mask of our Future Self
Group Interaction and Sharing
15 minute Silent Meditation