Have you found yourself or those you care about in times of painful transition where something in your life has ended or your known world been up-ended? Have you felt exiled or excluded from the life you knew, an identity or role discontinued?
Would you like to explore if there is another way to see, engage and move with the uncomfortable void of the unknown? This workshop offers space for you to explore transforming losses into an understanding and experience of restored relationship to yourself, belonging and homecoming.
This creative workshop is run by Artist, Author, and Poet from Aotearoa, New Zealand, Dr Maree Aldridge.
By weaving mythic stories, parables, poetry, visual art and creative ritual, Dr Maree Aldridge explores how welcoming life-altering transitions will bring us to the thresholds of departure and return.
The workshop will be held at the Uniting College of Leadership and Theology (312 Sir Donald Bradman Drive, Brooklyn Park) on Sunday 5 May from 2:30pm – 9pm.
Cost: $60 (includes dinner) payable on entry
If you are interested, please RSVP by Friday 26 April. Numbers are capped and will be on a first come/first served basis.