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Jewish Ancestral Healing Daylong Workshop

  • Narrow Bridge Candles Cloverdale, CA USA (map)

Every lineage includes loving and wise ancestors. Connect with yours as a source of blessing, support and healing. This daylong workshop in Jewish ancestral lineage healing encourages relating safely and directly with blood & family lineage ancestors, cultivates connection with helpful guides, and creates boundaries and support for troubled dead in need of assistance. Together we’ll engage lineage ancestors in heart-centered ritual space through learning, experiential practice and group dialogue.

The Jewish Ancestral Healing Daylong Workshop is taught by Elsa Asher and Yael Schonzeit and includes an introduction to the process and principles of the Ancestral Lineage Healing model (in the framework taught by Dr. Daniel Foor of Ancestral Medicine), an assessment of 4 grandparent lineages, and connecting in with an ancestral guide to anchor blessing and bring healing / repair through one of the lineages.

All are welcome, including folks new to ancestor work, those without much information about their lineages, and those with a challenging experience of family. Even though we are focusing on Jewish lineages and ancestor reverence ritual, all are welcome to attend. There are no pre-requisites for this workshop, though prior experience with inner work and spiritual practice is helpful.

Details

Please email elsa@elsaasher.com if you have any questions.

Dates

Optional Shabbat prayer, 6:30pm, Friday, October 11, 2019*
Daylong workshop, 10am-5pm, Saturday, October 12, 2019

Location

Narrow Bridge Candles - address provided after registration
Cloverdale, CA

Payment

$120 for the daylong
+ $30 for optional Shabbat prayer the night before

Sliding scale available, please email elsa@elsaasher.com to inquire.

A portion of the proceeds are contributed to the Shuumi Land Tax of Sogorea Te' Land Trust in recognition of the ongoing legacy of colonialism and our responsibility as settlers to take part in reparative justice and indigenous led rematriatriation movements.

* If you’re coming for Shabbat on Friday night, please bring a dish to share! And bring your own camping gear/what you need to sleep comfortably.

Earlier Event: September 22
Jewish Ancestral Healing Online Course
Later Event: November 15
Ancestral Lineage Healing Intensive