WHY TAME DRAGONS ?...
The conventional wisdom of Western mythology is that dragons are meant to be slain or conquered. When it comes to our inner dragons, however, these methods do not work. Our personal dragons carry with them a secret, hidden power and energy that we need in order to reclaim our own inherent wholeness.
We cannot cut off parts of ourselves that we do not like or want to see. What we can do is to heal our relationship with our own dragons so that they become our defenders instead of our adversaries, working for us rather than against us.
How often do we choose not to do something that we want to do because we hold ourselves back? How often do we let these inner voices that try to convince us that we're not worth it, not good enough, or not strong enough, prevent us from doing more with our lives?
These inner voices are our dragons, and it is through learning to tame our dragons, harness their energy and gain their trust that we finally learn how to move past our own resistances and give ourselves permission to try things we had never thought ourselves capable of doing before!
THE WORKSHOP EXPERIENCE
In this workshop, you will learn:
* The power of personal stories and narratives
that govern your life, for good and for ill.
* A journaling method to help you identify your
personal dragons and allies, and teach them
how to work together for your own benefit
and personal growth.
* The joy of inner reconciliation and peace,
new-found confidence and ultimately the
freedom to pursue your best life possible!
Matt Markell is a master's level, licensed clinical therapist in Washington State, residing in the Seattle area. Combining his two loves of psychology and mythology, and over ten years experience working as a therapist, he has developed this journaling method to help you learn how to name and tame your dragons. He offers day-long, intensive journaling workshops, teaching you these specific journaling techniques.
To contact Matt regarding workshop information please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include "Dragon Journal Workshop" in the subject line.