Biography Work: Becoming Who We Are

Friday 22 November 7pm - 8.30pm
When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be. Lao Tzu

Through conscious work with our biography, the seemingly random happenings of our lives begin to reveal a path of transformation leading towards the reality of who we are. Each person we meet along the way becomes a messenger. Every phase poses essential questions and challenges. Each turn of the road gives a glimpse of our true story. Who is writing this story? Biography work opens a way to get in touch with the author of this strange tale in which we find ourselves. Learning to read the language of the events and meetings that come to us, we can transform them into new faculties and values and find confidence and creativity for the future. In this seminar we will build an imagination of the aims and nature of biography work and, calling on our own experiences, explore the forces of transformation at work in the different phases of our lives.

Margli Matthews is a biographical counsellor, supervisor and trainer with over 30 years’ experience in private practice and adult education. She taught for many years at Emerson College and was director of the Training in Biographical Counselling. She is a contributor to the book Lifeways and coauthor of Ariadne’s Awakening.

All welcome, no need to book. Suggested donation £5 / £3

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