The human race has been using story to reflect the powerful drives of what it is to be a human being for millennia. The universal themes expressed in these narratives offer some of the most powerful templates for self-reflection, and healing. Let’s take a few of these stories, and go on a deep dive.
Jack and the Beanstalk is the boy who goes on an adventure, but also gets filled with greed. This is being paired with the myth of Narcissus, a familiar tale that helps us understand how fixation on self can be destructive, and dealing with narcissism is a big challenge in modern relationships.
- Jack will help us explore adventure, spontaneity, and the ways we were (or were not) encouraged to take risks and self-generate. But this tale also reflects covetousness, greed, and the ways we hoard our good, and the need to learn to trust the flow of abundance.
- Narcissistic parents traumatize their offspring, and whether that bred debilitating empathy, or
turned you into a covert narcissist yourself, through this story we can explore all sorts of ways that ineffective mirroring generated wounds of self-expression that can be healed.
Join me for a soulful dive; we will integrate what is ready to be owned and incorporated into your ever-
expanding sense of Self, and we will drop the wounds that are ready to be transformed at this time.