Stories to Awaken the Inner hero

We have completed our series of workshops, Stories to Awaken your Inner Hero in Christchurch, Wellington and Auckland with Dr Lewis Mehl-Madrona and Barbara Mainguy. What a great workshop it was. We discovered the healing power of story, the emotional power of using metaphor. The gift it was to be able to listen to someones life challenges, and turn it into a Heros story, using metaphor. The story of Pack rat and First mother, told by Lewis, reminding us all, just like the Heros, not to give up. That by creating a metaphorical story we we become the hero and succeeds, our brains, and spirits began to start searching for a way to create that success on a deeper level.

Uplifting, and engaging.

Here is an interview with Lewis and Barbara before the workshops, talking about it.

Heroes story interview Lewis Mehl Madrona & Barbara Mainguy

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Connecting with Ceremony Ancestors

We had a fabulous workshop today, in Auckland, the last of a series of worskhops in New Zealand with Lewis Mehl Madrona and Barbara Mainguy. We made prayer ties, and heard stories of how the Native American Lakota and Cherokee saw the creation of the world and the communication with spirit and the ancestors. We performed a fire ceremony, and partook in a  chanunpa  ceremony.

the  peace and connection everyone felt from the day was beautiful. I must say that they are two fabulous and genuine people. Their teachings touched all our hearts.

Here is an interview with them, before we held the workshop, talking a little about the ancestors

Ceremony & Ancestors Lewis & Barbara

 

Healing Voices movie premiere Dunedin

We are excited to announce that  there will also be a screening in Dunedin of this movie.

We are awaiting the poster.

But for any bookings in the meantime details are as below

 

7pm Friday April 29th

McMillan Room

Dunedin Community House

Corner of Moray Place and Great King Street

Bookings essential as venue holds 50 seats

Contact Grant from Otago Mental Health support Trust on 477 2598 or emailotagomd@ihug.co.nz