Strengthen Lifelong Bonds
Between Mothers and Adult Daughters
Join Theresa De Rox from The Artful Way of Living a Meaningful Life and Debbie Bridge from Inquiry & Curiosity for an intimate four week workshop series filled with fun, inspiration, and nourishment. This series is open to mothers and adult daughters (18+). Mothers-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandmothers, etc also welcome. It’s designed for mothers and daughters to attend together.
Wherever you are in your mother/daughter relationship, this workshop is designed to honour and propel your connection to a deeper level.
Here’s what you can expect:
- We will be meeting for four Sundays in March;
- Practice in The Work of Byron Katie – a powerful self inquiry method;
- Insights to deepen the understanding of yourself and your mother/daughter;
- Visual journaling as a unique means of creative communication;
Two sessions will be focused on The Work of Byron Katie with Debbie and two sessions will be focused on visual journaling with Theresa.
Schedule: 2pm – 5pm each session
Mar 4 – Introductions/Inquiry
Mar 11 – Visual Journaling
Mar 18 – Inquiry
Mar 25 – Visual Journaling/Wrap up
You are invited into a process of exploration and questioning throughout the Connect & Create workshop.
In weeks one and three, you will be introduced to a powerful method of self-inquiry called The Work of Byron Katie, a profound way of questioning stressful thoughts, with Debbie from Inquiry & Curiosity.
When the questions of The Work are contemplated with an open mind, we’re able to realize what is reality rather than what we assume to be true. It’s our assumptions that often create miscommunication and frustration in our relationships.
Waking up to reality often leads us to a profound feeling of freedom, joy, and connection with those we love. Finding forgiveness and compassion for ourselves and others are also benefits of doing The Work.
In Weeks 2 and 4, you will experience the joys of visual journaling with Theresa from The Artful Way of Living.
What is visual journaling? and why is it important?
Visual journaling combines the written language and the visual language to give a greater breadth of expression and understanding.
During our Connect & Create workshop, we will be using this tool as a way to have fun together, create together and explore the value of meaningful relationships as mothers and daughters.
Theresa and her daughter have used visual journaling as a way to stay connected over the years, sharing the same journal. Theresa reflects that it’s such a treat to look back on their memories, hopes and dreams through this means of expression. ❤
If you’re interested in understanding yourself and enhancing the connection with your mother/daughter, please join us in this four week series. It’s sure to add memories that mother and daughter can treasure for years to come.