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Feeding Your Demons Workshop

Tutor: Vajralila & Sudakini
Location: Evolution Arts, 2 Sillwood Terrace, Brighton BN1 2LR
Next date: Saturday workshop, 30 September 2017

  • This workshop is open to everyone regardless of experience, who wants to work deeply with their own ‘demons’.
  • It will provide you with a thorough grounding in this remarkable method for transforming and befriending negative emotions, fears, illness and self-defeating patterns.
  • You will be introduced to the radical notion that to
    heal and transform ourselves we must ‘feed’ not fight
    our demons.

What does this course cover?

The process has been developed and carefully designed by Tsultrim Allione, author of Women of Wisdom and Feeding Your Demons. The five steps of the practice take one through the entire process of transforming ‘demons’ into allies, whereby the energy that is caught up in inner conflict becomes liberated and available to us as a resource.

"The process of feeding our demons is a method for bringing our shadow into consciousness and accessing the treasures it holds rather than repressing it. If the shadow is not made conscious and integrated, it operates undercover, becoming the saboteur of our best intentions, as well as causing harm to others. Bringing the shadow into awareness reduces it's destructive power and releases the life energy stored in it. By befriending that which scares us most, we find our own wisdom."

 

From ‘Feeding Your Demons: Ancient Wisdom for Resolving Inner Conflict’ by Lama Tsultrim Allione

Who are the tutors?

Vajralila and Sudakini (pictured) are certified FYD facilitators and authorised by Tsultrim Allione to teach this process. They are both experienced, fully qualified and accredited psychotherapists and ordained Buddhists.

Testimonials

The course was so interesting.  It was fasciniating to see how various demons/ issues were interlinked.  Anon

The whole process led to genuine awakenings to (positive) aspects of the self.  Anon

Very well held - facilitators created really grounded, safe space. Large practical, experiental element was great and well introduced and explained. Anon