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Stories are not only fun to listen to, they can also help us reflect deeply on treasures and obstacles in our own minds and lives.

Exploring Meaning In Stories

There’s No Such Thing As A Dragon (online)

Thursday, 1st December, 7 - 9pm GMT

When is the last time you were told a story?

You are warmly invited to join Karin and Lee on Zoom, to journey to a different world in the comfort of your own home. 

 Stories are not only fun to listen to, they can also guide us to reflect deeply on treasures and obstacles in our own minds and lives. 

 

This is an interactive session for adults. Karin and Lee will tell the story: “There’s No Such Thing As A Dragon” for you to enjoy. Afterwards they will facilitate mindful inquiry, reflection and discussion to enable you to explore deeper levels of meaning revealed by the story. You can expect to be entertained, and it’s likely you’ll discover timeless wisdom in the story with which you can develop your own insights.

 

Stories and myths are intercultural, interpersonal AND carry individual meaning, all of which we will reflect upon as part of the event.

 

 ABOUT THE STORYTELLERS:

Lee Stagles is a men’s group leader, male integration coach, certified embodied facilitator and storyteller.

Karin teaches yoga and mindfulness as you probably know if you are on this website, and she is also a certified embodied facilitator with a background in community and performing arts.

 

Lee and Karin share a love of stories and storytelling which they increasingly use in their work to help people explore what it means to be human.

TICKET PRICE: £15

Discount code 30% off for anyone who is genuinely struggling financially  - see booking page

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THE ART OF STORYTELLING

Inspired by master storytellers such as Martin Shaw, Clarissa Pinkola Estés and Robert Bly, Karin and Lee increasingly use the power of stories and myths to help people explore deeper levels of consciousness and meaning.

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