za 08 jul.|
Cabin behind Queens Wood cafe
We men and our fathers
How you experience the relationship with your father impacts the rest of your life on a deep unconscious level. Exploring and possibly healing that relationship will shift some areas you might struggle with.
Time & Location
08 jul. 11:00 – 17:45
Cabin behind Queens Wood cafe, 42 Muswell Hill Rd, London N10 3JP, UK
About the event
This is a workshop for men
- Do you remember your father as emotionally unavailable when you were a boy?
- Do you remember the tension of coming home with bad grades?
- Were you ever good enough in his eyes?
- Did you miss the supporting hands on your back, exploring the world?
- Can you still feel the anger around that?
We often hold our parents captured in an image we have of them, and our relationship is mainly based on that image. There might be a whole different story around your memory of your father. What if your image of him misses information, and having that information would change the entire picture?
Finding that information might change your relationship with your dad 180 degrees.
Would you be willing to look at that?
The impact of the relationship with our father
Our father significantly influences the person we are and the life we live as men.
Our father is our first example of what it is to be a man, our first role model. He provided us with his values and beliefs on which we build our lives. His qualities and shadows are to be found to some extent within ourselves. Wherever we judge and exclude our father, we judge and exclude those parts in us, and we project our father onto others around us.
During this one-day workshop, we will find ways to look at the relationship with our father from different perspectives; how it used to be, how it is now, and how we would like it to be. We will gently look at our father's place in our hearts and honor the moments, longings, and/or shortcomings we experience being his son. We can take responsibility for who we have been in that relationship, heal the pain and celebrate the joy. If it feels right for you, you can take some steps to change that relationship.
Together we can build a space to support each other in claiming our place in our ancestral line. Feel where we can hold ourselves where we weren’t held or supported during childhood.
Join me in this powerful workshop. Whether your father is alive or no longer with you, this workshop can bring you further into freedom!
Investment for this day is £65, and only eight places are available.
(Please find me if you are struggling with finances)
The event will be held in the cabin behind Queens Wood Cafe
Muswell Hill Road 42
London N10 3JP
7 min walk north of Highgate tube station
10:30 Walk-in coffee and tea
11:00 Doors closed, morning session
12:15-12:30 Tea break
13:45 Lunchbreak, integration
15:00 Afternoon session
16:15-16:30 Tea break
Coffee, tea, and healthy snacks are provided. Please take your own lunch, or have lunch in a local cafe.
Following the workshop, you can join fortnightly gatherings called Authentic Men, which is a group of dedicated men who come together every two weeks to support each other on the path of what it is to be a man in this time and age.
+£ 1,63 service fee
Single ticket to 'We men and our fathers'
+£ 1,63 service fee0