The Innate Predator of the Psyche

Event details

  • Start: Term One  Tuesday February 12th 2019
  •    The Innate Predator of the Psyche 

        • An ongoing study course of the book “Women Who Run With The Wolves.”

  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • 500 South Titirangi Road, Titirangi
What stands behind the locked door to your psyche?What part of you has been severed in your present life and your ancestral bloodline?What key would open the door to the mysteries of your creative wild feminine?

The innate predator of the psyche is an internal archetypal representation of the dark man that inhabits all women’s psyche who is elusive, unsafe, deceitful and does not want to be exposed. An undisputable force that requires our awareness and containment. It is the dark side of the Self. The challenge with all archetypal energies is to learn how to relate to them without being controlled or dominated. As with wolves, the wild woman must learn not to be naïve and give away her instinctual power, intuition, keen sensing, wild passion and creative potential while being memorized and restrained by this immeasurable destructive illusion.

The emphasis in this 6-week ongoing study course of the book, “Women Who Run With The Wolves”, is to walk alongside the Bluebeard story and reveal the shadows lurking deep within the soul who’s desire is to kill our light by filing it with hatred and fear. Women will use creative expression, active imagination, conscious writing, word affiliations, and dream interpretation in our sacred circle to unlock the doors to greater awareness of their wise woman and her ability to return to her deep-rooted nature that is sustained in her thoughts, feelings, creativity and actions. Women will begin to heal emotional wounds of the present life and their ancestral bloodline that destroys a woman’s life force potential, robust curiosity and her fundamental soul power. An example is when a naïve woman continues to wear rose coloured glasses when choosing a life partner and is caught up in the web of the romancing predator. The illusion that “he/she is such a nice person eventually reflects the mirror of one’s own low self-esteem, unworthiness, selfless love which leads women to look for love outside themselves rather than learning to love & accept themselves while dancing with their wild woman that is longing to be seen, heard and witnessed.

Facilitated by Dee Petit, a Certified Abundant Life Coach, meditation teacher for the School of Remembering and facilitator of young and mature Woman’s Empowerment Workshops throughout Auckland. Dee was trained to work with women to assist and reclaim back their power by the famous Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estés, certified Psychoanalyst, Jungian analyst, storyteller and post-trauma recovery specialist and international bestselling author of “Women Who Run With The Wolves.” 

Tuesdays starting February 12 thru March 19, 2019 @ 7 pm to 9 pm Titirangi Community House / 500 South Titirangi Road, Titirangi 

$222 investment. Limited Seats Available. Reserve your space.

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