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based on the monomyth outlined in Joseph Campbell's ​the hero with the thousand faces

BIO: Evelijn is a dramatherapist, mother, wife, former Birth-Doula and teacher with a extensive background in theater. She has had a lifelong fascination with Joseph Campbell's work. This work and the work of Peter Brook and Alan Watts, together with the mindfulness movement have informed her life. 

In facilitating The Hero's Journey workshops she has found her Bliss!

Upcoming Workshops:

Weekend Intensive Structure:

Berlin(DE) September 21-23, 2018

Limited spots available (7 Max)

       Friday 21 Sept. (7 pm-10 pm)

       Saturday 22 Sept.  (10 am-10 pm)

       Sunday 23 Sept.( 10 am-10 pm)

Total price 150 Euro* 

       Dinner included for Sat & Sun

50% deposit payable with booking 

CPD certificate offered 27 hours

*money should never be the reason not to do the workshop, please contact Evelijn to make an arrangment

Next weekend workshop

 Berlin Oct.& Nov. (always third weekend of the month)


TYPES OF WORKSHOPS:

WEEKEND INTENSIVES

 Friday evening 7-10 pm

Saturday & Sunday 10 am-10 pm

FOUR-DAY STRUCTURES

​This structure is only offered in a residential/retreat setting and runs for 4 consecutive days

 

 

 

 

 

 

      

 

 

These Workshops are a Call to Adventure by traveling inside our own mind.


Interpersonal Neurobiology, Deepak Chopra and many more in the scientific world agree on this definition :The Mind is an embodied and relational process that regulates the flow of energy and information


If you are interested in your own spiritual evolution you might find (like many that have already taken the hero's journey) the process to be enlightening and even life-changing.


The Hero's Journey    was first developed in 1973 at Esalen Institute, Big Sur, California by Paul Rebillot, a Gestalt Therapist. I myself have found this process life-changing and I hope you will join in my workshops so that I can guide you on your journey within. 

                           Love and peace, 

                                   Evelijn Forrest MA


 


Paul Rebillot's Call to adventure