Witchcraft Workshop and Other Events at Treadwells
13th September - Witchcraft Workshop: Waking up to Your Divinity
Self-Possession, Divine Possession with Thorn Coyle (Feri Tradition)
£60. 11 am to 5.30 pm
Feri tradition of witchcraft, pioneered by Victor and Cora Anderson, is both intriguing and hard to come by. However, once in a blue moon, Thorn Coyle, a Feri initiate and teacher of many years' standing, comes over to the UK. She will be coming over this September for only one day in the UK, and Treadwell’s took the liberty of asking her if she would be willing to do a day here. Happily, Thorn agreed, and has come back to offer that we focus on divinisation, or theosis, or (for you thelemites) the achievement of HGA. This is what she says: "We are Gods in potentia. How can we know ourselves and wake up to our divinity without losing our animal and human selves? How do we become self-possessed? Using theory, spiritual maps, breath-work, and movement, this experiential workshop explores the intersection the facets of the soul - instinct, intellect, and that which is connected to the macrocosm. As initiates, priests and magicians, we are committed to coming into effective relationship with ourselves and the world. We open the door to living as whole beings, and intone the "I am" to become fully human, fully divine, and fully alive."
Join us for this day-long experiential course grounded in Feri outlook. This day is specifically geared to practising magicians and those with experience of priesthood or spiritual dedication to transformation.
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