With Franco Santoro, at Findhorn Foundation Cluny Hill (Scotland)
This is a unique workshop in which relationships are explored from a spiritual, multidimensional, shamanic, as well as pragmatic, perspective with the aim of healing connections with partners, relatives, friends and significant people in one’s life.
Through tracking and releasing blocks to our capacity to love and identifying the underlying issues that hamper relationships, we can promote healing, fulfilment and peace. We will employ the astrological chart as a map to identify and explore experientially and shamanically the healing dynamics of our relationship.
Soul retrieval is a shamanic practice based on the premise that our soul was once whole and then it fragmented. Its aim is identifying and restoring the missing parts. There are many approaches to soul retrieval and different ways to describe it, depending on belief and spiritual healing systems, encompassing both traditional core shamanism and established religions.
In astroshamanism we employ several tools for soul retrieval aimed at representing the full spectrum of variants of our multidimensional self, which are identified with a basic astrological setting comprising the twelve zodiac signs, houses and planets. This setting strategically defines the entire configuration of our original nature with all its possible parts, including those to be recovered and restored.
The workshop involves a process of review and energy assessment of our human interactions, with the aim of gaining empowerment and wholeness, supporting and implementing relationships aligned with our authentic soul purpose. You will learn to use healing tools that allow you to continue the healing work beyond this week, providing a solid basis for more advanced practices.
The workshop is designed for all types of relationships, encompassing couples in intimate or platonic connections, partnerships in work, service or spirituality, rapports with friends and relatives. Participants of all genders and sexual orientations are welcome.
The workshop takes place at Findhorn Foundation Cluny Hill in Northern Scotland, and is part of the Findhorn Foundation programmes.
Love is the free exercise of choice. Two people love each other only when they are quite capable of living without each other but choose to live with each other. (M. Scott Peck)
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For a list of articles by Franco Santoro on relationships click here.