Movements of Love - One Day Intensive

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Movements of Love - One Day Intensive

Time: December 13, 2009 from 10am to 6pm
Location: Ashland
Street: Location will be given upon registration
City/Town: Ashland
Website or Map: http://www.movementsoflove.or…
Phone: 541-482-1714
Event Type: healing, hellinger, constellation, intensive, workshop
Organized By: Movements of Love Community
Latest Activity: Nov 12, 2009

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MOVEMENTS OF LOVE - ONE DAY INTENSIVE ~ Movements of Love is an innovative and expanded application of the Family CONSTELLATION WORK originated by Bert Hellinger.

Sunday December 13, 2009, 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

To honor our local community and introduce our new work, FIRST TIME PARTICIPANTS are invited to join us AS OUR GUESTS (FREE OF CHARGE) for a very special One Day, Movements of Love experience.

Advanced Registration Required
Please call 482-1714 or email [email protected]

The day will include a constellation for the collective that everyone present will participate in.

The Movements Of Love Multidimensional Constellation Method is a cutting edge synthesis of modern healing modalities and ancient indigenous technologies.

A powerful portal to the mystery is created when we open to love and join with others who set the same intentions for deep healing and spiritual awakening. The Movements of Love process naturally expands our capacity to be fully present in each moment, to our bodies, our emotions and our intuitions. We move beyond intellectual abstractions and drop into an authentic, gut level experience of compassion, non-judgment, intimacy and joy.

Every time a child is born the Ancestors say, “maybe this will be the one, maybe this will be the one to heal us,”

Receive immediate insights and healing concerning any personal, family or professional challenges that are affecting you (you may set a constellation for a family member who is not present) including: Physical and mental illness, addictions, anxiety and depression, relationship and intimacy issues, and business and career matters. Identify your unique life’s purpose and souls calling.

First time participants may attend free of charge

Advanced Registration Required
Please call 482-1714 or email [email protected]

Please take a look at our website for the latest updates and additional information:

Facilitated by Marina McDonald & Daniel Salisbury
Both Marina and Daniel have studied and worked closely with Ron Kurtz, the originator of Hakomi and are certified Hakomi Therapists. Marina studied with African Shaman Malidoma Patrice Somé and Bert Hellinger, the originator of the Constellation Method. Daniel has been deeply involved with Earth Based ceremonial practices and prayer ways for over 20 years and is a licensed intuitive healing massage therapist.

Testimonial from a recent participant:

“I have never experienced anything like it. It opened me to a profound shift in consciousness on every level. Everything about it felt right. I felt safe and carried throughout the whole weekend. Today I have a different experience of my father and mother. The pool of acceptance and love for them is deeper and wider than before. But the best part is I can feel it all. No more am I numb to my life and all it’s unique grandeur.” –Danielle Gibbons, Beloved Publications

$175 includes individual constellation as well as a private consultation both before and after the intensive to prepare you and offer tools for continuing the healing process.*

$75 to participate as a representative only


We can accept payment by credit card

In our heartfelt desire to make our work available to all who can benefit, we reserve space for a limited number of work trade participants.

Advanced Registration Required
Please call 482-1714 or email [email protected]

For more information and to Register please call (541) 482-1714

Location given upon registration

Please join us and be ready for the unexpected…even miracles.

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