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Shadow Work Weekend — Seattle, Washington– 3 days
February 14-16, Seattle, WA
Friday 6 – 10 PM • Saturday 9:00 AM – 6 PM • Sunday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Facilitated by Karin Green and David Kaar
Your shadows are like a gold mine of creative energy!
Join us for a powerful experience of discovery, healing, and growth!
Shadow Work® invites you to discover parts of yourself you have hidden or denied. By bringing these parts out of shadow, in a safe, experiential setting, where you can unlock the power of your true self, with all your gifts and strengths – even those you may have disowned.
Shadow Work provides the tools to uncover your inner gold, access its potential and liberate the energy trapped in what you hide, repress and deny! You will have an opportunity to do an individual process that allows you to…
- Shift old patterns of behavior that no longer serve you
- Transform anger into power
- Transmute grief into a deep connection with yourself and others
- Turn fear into insight and understanding
- Find compassion, empathy, and acceptance.
This co-gender, non-residential seminar offers you an opportunity to work with your shadow and to reclaim disowned gifts and talents. If you have a primary partner, you may find that attending together will strengthen your relationship.
During the weekend, you will experience a series of processes carefully designed to help with accessing the full range of emotions. You may choose to work a specific issue in the presence of the group. This provides an opportunity to explore and deal with a life issue with the help of skilled facilitators and the support of the group.
Throughout the weekend, your intention guides your process. Using Shadow Work tools, the facilitators help you to symbolically reconstruct your issue so the shadow can be viewed objectively. They suggest perspectives and offer powerful techniques for reclaiming the energy in the shadow.
Also, you can be a part of the Shadow Work experience without working your own issue individually in the center of the group. As you watch, and support work done by others, you will share in the transformation of shadows similar to your own as well as increase your capacity for compassion, empathy, and acceptance.
You will be invited to experience how to:
¨ Honor your Risk Manager
¨ Align with your highest potential
¨ Find new ways to express your truth
¨ Reclaim your power and confidence
¨ Receive safe support in a co-ed container
¨ Gain new perspectives on old patterns
¨ Find self-love and inner guidance
¨ Release resentments and find compassion
Cost $645 ~ $150 deposit will secure your spot. (Only 15 Participants)
The exact location will be sent after registration.
Pre-registration required. This is a non-residential seminar. Participants are responsible for their own food and lodging.
For more information or to register contact:
Karin at (508) 479-8206 [email protected]
David at (612) 275-5165 [email protected]
Friday, February 14, 6:00 – 10:00 PM
Saturday, February 15, 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Sunday, February 16, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Karin Green is a Certified Shadow Work® Group Facilitator, Coach, and Trainer, as well as a NLP (Neuro-Linguistic
Programming) Master Practitioner and Trainer. Karin has been facilitating women’s circles for 20+ years and is on the faculty as a facilitator for the Dragon Training and Women In Power. Her work is guided by her vision to create empowerment to allow us to be fully present to the true desires of our hearts and souls. She is the founder of Shadow Wisdom.
David Kaar is a Certified Shadow Work facilitator and a ManKind Project leader.
He has always been fascinated with how things work: from quantum physics to the human psyche. He has put his knowledge to practical use in new materials research (producing 3 U.S. Patents) and by leading over 100 personal development and leadership training. He has created and led successful teams: locally, nationally and internationally.
In 2001 he founded Paeon Partners to bring his inquiry into how life works to the larger community. As the new leadership and empowerment models supplant command-and-control systems, an understanding of how the models work is vital in creating new tools and infrastructure to support them. Emotional Intelligence is essential and teachable. David has led personal development group training and a variety of leadership training for 17 years. He has three grown children and lives in Minneapolis.