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Healing the Inner Witch Wound

Many healers and lightworkers carry subconscious beliefs & fears of persecution that are rooted in past life experiences. Together, we will explore, clear and transmute these wounded aspects so that we can reclaim our healing gifts and begin sharing them with the world!

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Healing the Inner Witch Wound
Healing the Inner Witch Wound

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About the event

During this workshop, you’ll experience:

*Powerful sharing to witness how the witch wound shows up for each woman in the group

*A transmission to release any intergenerational trauma stored in your body

*A voice activation exercise to let go of fear of speaking, singing, or screaming

*A ritual to reclaim your magic and stand in your witchiness despite what others think

"The word Witch carries so many negative connotations that many people wonder why we use it at all. Yet to reclaim the word Witch is to reclaim our right, as women, to be powerful; as men, to know the feminine within as divine. To be a Witch is to identify with nine million victims of bigotry and hatred and to take responsibility for shaping a world in which prejudice claims no more victims. A Witch is a “shaper,” a creator who bends the unseen into form, and so becomes one of the Wise, one whose life is infused with magic." - Starhawk, The Spiral Dance

If we heal the witch wound, we can heal intergenerational trauma that has been passed down from our ancestors.

By healing these wounds, we can rise up together in sisterhood.

By increasing the divine feminine energy in the world, we can tip the scale back to balance with the masculine.

When we reclaim the word witch, we take back our power and rights as women to be powerful and magical.

We must share our tools, our gifts, our magic with the world.

Anything is possible in the world when we believe, and reclaim our rights as women.


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