Thursday 3rd August – afternoon
BEE HELYGEN: Ritual Cycle with the Dark Moon Goddesses
How to manifest your True Soul Self from the Darkness within.
We journey to the four elemental realms of Cerridwen, Lilith, Hekate, and Morgana. This workshop is based on ritual experiences in various places around the UK and abroad, over the course of a year and a day. Only by understanding the power and the magic of the ‘dangerous’ and ‘dark’ aspects of the Sacred Feminine Divine can we hope to understand the ‘dangerous’ and ‘dark’ aspects of ourselves. The Hermetical maxim “as above, so below” shows us the way into this exploration of our inner world, from which we can learn much about our purpose in this and other lives, both past and future. Shamanic journeys into the Underworld, the interface with our unconscious, are as old as humanity on this earth.
The healing power of the darkness, which you enter each time you sleep or journey into your unconscious – to dream – to rest – to venture forth into the unknown – is a gift from the Dark Deities. There is no need for fear when you enter their magical realm of learning about your Soul, so that you may let go of what no longer serves you, reclaim the power and energy you handed over to a conditioned shadow and return refreshed, cared for and with greater understanding. Allow me to invite you on a journey to the Dark Goddesses, so that you can build a connection and work with them, whenever you are ready to step on the path of recovering and celebrating your True Soul Self. Take my hand, let me guide you to the welcoming dark realms, where you will find true Gnosis, of you and of all that is hidden within.
As the universe, so the Soul.
Bee Helygen is a life-long explorer of the mysteries of life and death. For over 25 years she has walked the path of the Goddess, first as a Wiccan priestess and after retirement, as an Ovate (Healer) and Practicing Priestess of Avalon & Cerridwen. A CPD training specialist by profession, she creates and teaches the Priestess of Cerridwen course for the Glastonbury Goddess Temple. As Anamchara she helps others to reclaim their Soul’s Wholeness and is a midwife to the dying.