In archetypal psychology, the "Self" represents everything about a person, including what they know and what they don't know. It goes beyond the ego, blending conscious and unconscious parts. It's based on Jungian theory and stands for being complete, real, and having a purpose. Connecting with the Self helps people unite their inner selves and learn more about themselves, bringing deep satisfaction and harmony with who they really are. Our journey also addresses self-sabotaging behaviors, guiding individuals to recognize and overcome patterns that hinder personal growth.
The hidden aspects of the Self encompass tendencies such as not admitting weaknesses, striving for perfection, overemphasizing positive qualities, evading deep emotional work, maintaining inflexibility, projecting negative traits onto others, and avoiding inner reflection. These behaviors, often rooted in emotional wounds like abandonment and shame, can stealthily sabotage personal and professional lives. They hinder clear self-perception, impede personal growth, and strain relationships, both personally and in the workplace. Recognizing and addressing these concealed aspects becomes essential for cultivating self-awareness, embracing imperfections, and fostering holistic development in all aspects of life.
Our way of introducing you to the inner archetypes at play in your life starts with YOU because your SELF is the best place to begin the journey of integration and healing. Your SELF is like a universe full of different perspectives. Our retreats are designed to be abstract, non-invasive, and most importantly, fun! Our program, using deep insights and spiritual wisdom, gently helps you let go of burdens and harmful patterns, guiding you on a journey of healing and personal peace.
We invite you to take the Self-Exploration & Courage Assessment. Delve deep, examine closely, and respond with unvarnished honesty, regardless of how discomforting it may be. Set aside dedicated, uninterrupted time for this introspective experience. Each question requires silent reflection followed by honest responses, and journaling is encouraged.
This self-inquiry experience will help you determine if you are called to attend the Self Liberation Retreat. It is crafted for individuals who can engage in self-examination without barriers, masks, or concealment.
13-14 April 2024
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