Healing our Wounded Child

will lead us to our Divine Self

Movement – Dance – Drawing – Active Imagination – Creative Writing

 “If you want to find your soul, you risk encountering yourself.” C.G.Jung


The inner child, the origin of our creative, divine Self, is sleeping in all of us most of the time. Once awake its impulses turn life into a blissful experience full of joy, love and trust.

­How can we access this life affirming child within if buried so deeply in our uncon­sciousness?

Courage and trust enables us to face our inner shadow. Guided with active ima­gi­na­tion, we will come upon hidden, yet painful wounds of our childhood. The wounded child within is calling upon us for validation and loving support. With drawing, dance and creative writing we are able to express its feelings. This process leads through trans­for­mation back towards our origin the divine, creative child.

When: see actual date in calendar

Where: DIMUTARA Center for Learning, Experiencing, Healing

95o9 Sand Creek Road, Grand Forks BC, Canada

Cost: see flyer

Take along: notebook, pen, oil pastels, personal photo of your early childhood, comfortable clothing for movement, drawing pad will be provided

Register: by email to dimutara@gmail.com

Participants limited to 12, please register early.

Elisabeth Guentert Bay is a registered Expressive Arts Therapist BCATR, holding a MA in Psychology and Healing Arts. She graduated at Tamalpa Institute as a Halprin Life/Art Practitioner and Movement Ritual teacher. Over the last 20 years she worked with indivi­duals and groups in her private practice and has given numerous workshops and seminars in Switzerland and British Columbia.

“It is my intent to combine arts and healing, in other words to awaken each person’s creative energy for her/his own healing.”


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