Healing Ancestral Shame
Jul 23, 2021
East West Bookshop Seattle
Any toxic shame that you have is not only the result of your childhood experiences but also the effect of it being passed along through your lineage. Unlike other cultures and indigenous communities, it’s only lately that those of us in western culture are paying heed to the influence of our ancestors and how this shows up in family patterns. This is particularly true of toxic shame that can diminish a sense of worthiness and being okay just as you are.
In this workshop you’ll:
- Discover the difference between toxic shame and healthy shame
- Uncover which of your ancestors carries the most toxic shame in your family
- Take part in a mutual healing with that ancestor
- Pass this healing along to your descendants and/or other family members
- Enact a ceremony to release the intergenerational shame with the assistance of Grandmother Moon
Bring an open heart, a sheet of paper and pen, and a willingness to give and receive healing.
This is a virtual event sponsored by East West Bookshop in Seattle. For more information and/or to register, go here.Register