A One-Day Workshop Sunday, March 15, 2015 Williston, VT Led by Julie Soquet & Laura Smith The focus of this one day workshop will be to cultivate

Finding the Girl Beneath the Water

A One-Day Workshop
Sunday, March 15, 2015
Williston, VT
Led by Julie Soquet & Laura Smith

The focus of this one day workshop will be to cultivate and deepen connection to your inner spirit guides. This will happen through the embodiment of the dream via a dream enactment process and through the sacred process of the shamanic journey. You will leave with tools to gain a fuller understanding of how to enter your dreams in new ways and how to open to the support available within your inner landscape. No prior experience with dreamwork or journeying is necessary. Participants will be asked to document 2-3 dreams prior to the workshop.

Time: 9:30 – 5:00

Cost: $100-125 sliding scale

Registration: Workshop fee due by February 22nd, 2015. Go to Laura's website to register and pay via paypal or send check made payable to Laura Smith, 345 Currier Road, Danville, VT 05828

To bring: lunch, blindfold, notebook/journal, pen, water bottle, 2-3 dreams.

Provided: Tea, coffee, snacks, blankets, and pillows will be available.

Questions: Contact Laura 734-0180 or Julie 999-9028 with questions.

Location: Inside Out Wellness, 528 Essex Rd, Suite 205, Williston, 802-730-5446 (on Rte 2A, 1.5 mile from Tafts Corner or Essex Jct, next to Shell Station above Lacillade and Habitat for Humanity)

Workshop Leaders:

Julie Soquet is a long time shamanic practitioner, workshop facilitator and life coach. Her business, Windhorse Consulting is located in Hinesburg, VT. She has studied with Michael Harner, Sandra Ingerman and with shamans from Borneo, Peru, Brazil, and Belize. She is a graduate of the Three Year Shamanic Program through the Foundation for Shamanic Studies, and has been practicing for 25 years. For more information on her background see www juliesoquet com.

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Laura Smith Laura is an Archetypal Dreamwork practitioner who facilitates a conversation between dreamers and their dreams to explore the limitless possibilities the dreams have to offer for healing, feeling, self-understanding, and transformation. She has 4 years of study through The Center for Archetypal Dreamwork. Her training involves a study of theoretical concepts, experiential learning, and an on-going practice of presence in her own personal work. She brings her own personal experience and work in addiction recovery. Her dream-inspired artwork and writing have been featured at venues in the Burlington, Vermont area and has been published in DeLuge (2011, 2012), Collective Magazine (2014), Still Point Arts Quarterly (2014), IASD Dream Art Gallery (2014) and in ARAS, The Poetry Portal (2014).

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Spirit comes to us through dreams and visions, during meditation, and in any moment where we have sudden clarity. Dreams can bring us powerful messages from deep within our psyche. The carriers of those messages are often archetypal beings, animals, and elements of the natural world that invoke a feeling in us. The shamanic journey can be a powerful tool to open the channel to our spirit guides and to re-enter the sacred moment of feeling that comes when we encounter the divine.

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