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We live in a time of deep crisis and great opportunity.
Many of us feel the call to live our lives differently, remembering our connection to the sacred in ourselves and each other, and in the world around us.
Only audacious actions make sense now, the time of the lone wolf is over. We are being called to let go of fear and recognise that we need each other both for the transformation of our personal lives and for the world we share.
It is we who are writing the history of the future.
How do we place the sacred at the centre of our lives? How do we find the courage to make bold and audacious decisions in our lives, rather than numbing out or feeling overwhelmed? How do you bring yourself to your life, and weigh in to tip the balance at this potent time on our planet?
Thresholds spaces are offered in direct response to the increasing feelings of despair, sadness, anger, powerlessness, fear and anxiety that so many people are navigating in a world where established structures seem to be falling apart.
Guided by the four elements of life – earth, air, fire and water – together with the spirit of Love, Thresholds weekends offer a space for us to come back to our soul essence, the sacredness of life and to find pathways to engage in the transformation of our own lives, and from there to bring ourselves more fully to our communities and the world around us.
In circles within circles, shoulder to shoulder, we gather, at this gateway, at this time, in this place.
“What is happening in our personal lives is a direct mirror to what is happening at a global level. We cannot transform one without the other; we cannot keep trying to fix the problems on the outside without rooting ourselves on the inside.”
These weekends offer ways to:
- Reclaim parts of our soul-self that has been lost.
- Explore deep feelings in a safe and held space with the support of others.
- Open up ways to living a life that has meaning for us beyond the mundane and basic survival.
- Speak our truth and make changes that are needed in our lives.
- Accept, heal and love parts of ourselves we judge as somehow wrong, bad or shameful.
- Let go of things in our life that no longer serve – so we can make space for the new.
- Heal aspects of ourselves that feels deeply hurt or broken.
- Find empowered ways we can support those who are suffering.
- Find ways to engage with how to take action from love to protect our beautiful world.
The power of the collective
You are welcome just as you are, in your broken heart, your confusion, despair, longing and excitement. You do not need to know the “how”, just bring it all and your openness to explore. And we will open to the powerful transformational energy of the collective. What happens when we come together as a community of soul hearts and support each other to be the best version of ourselves? The weekends will include embodied practices to support our journey, movement and breath work as well as time in nature to nourish and ground us.
There is a ceremony on the Saturday evening in the EarthLodge around a consecrated fire, held for us to step through our personal and collective thresholds if we wish.
“I just want to pay deep respect and thanks to Jewels and Mark and the group of fellow travellers who held and journeyed with me this weekend. I am indebted to your individual and collective strength and courage and feel your belief in me calling me to step forward and claim my power.Thank you”
The workshop runs from 5pm on Friday until 4.30pm on Sunday. Please note that the special offer to ‘bring a friend for free’ is now closed.
“Witnessing, holding and processing with, through, the other members of the village. Being a male and female group was certainly a part of this.” JH
“For me, it was about going to a deep, vulnerable place that I didn’t quite have words for. It made clear a pattern that has been dominating my relationships, an inner ‘belief’ that I’ve been seeing evidence for outside. That core wound felt safe enough to arise and the ritual to invite transformation was powerful. I feel it’s a reclaiming of myself and a reclaiming of the village and how much we matter to each other.” JR