The Power of Letting Go
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If we do not grieve what we miss, we are not praising what we love. We are not praising the life we have been given in order to love. If we do not praise whom we miss, we are ourselves in some way dead. So grief and praise make us alive. (Martin Prechtel, The Smell of Rain on Dust: On Grief and Praise)
How we live now makes it hard to truly grieve. We're encouraged to keep our grieving seemly, and to "move on" and get back to our normal lives as quickly as possible, and many of us do not have people around us who are genuinely able to hold space for the natural process of grieving to do its work. And because grief is a natural response not only to the death of someone we love, but to other kinds of loss and change - in fact, it's a part of any major life transition - most of us carry a burden of unfelt grief through our lives that, to a greater or lesser degree, cuts us off from the potential richness of our life, drives us into self-defeating patterns, and can affect our physical health.
This three-day workshop offers a safe, supportive environment for you to allow grief to do its life-restoring work. Held and guided by our herd of four-legged healers, you'll be able to acknowledge your losses, release old patterns and look forward to a revitalised life.
No previous horse experience is needed: all work with the horses takes place from the ground. If you'd like further information, please email Ingrid (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone 027 4879923.
Cost: $600. Limited to four participants.
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