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November 2020 (GMT) on Zoom
Mata Sahib Deva Sikhia aims to embed Sikhi in the household through creative workshops based on Gurmat Ithiaas.
This month we will explore the Prakash Purab of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Jee. We host our first workshops in honour of Beloved Sampooran Bhramgian Baba Jaswant Singh Jee, who merged back with Akaal Purakh on Nov 20th.
Coloured pens and paper are needed for the creative elements of the session, however you/your child do not have to stay for this part if you choose not to.
Please only book onto the workshop that is for you/your child's age category. Click on the links below to book your tickets.
7-10 yrs: Sat 28th Nov @ 11am
11-15 yrs: Sat 28th Nov @ 1pm
16 +: Sun 29th Nov @ 7pm
Sun 29th Nov @ 9:30am (Zoom)
This workshop will explore the idea that the spirit exists within all, and we do not have to be bound to a single belief system to access spirituality. We will facilitate the opportunity to connect with spirituality through the use of guided imagery and imaginary play. This may reveal new meanings about our relationship to a higher consciousness or the Self. Through this, we may be exposed to new vulnerabilities and unfamiliarities that we as Dramatherapists should continue to explore and welcome. By doing so, we may reveal parts of us that have not yet met clients and therefore have not yet been present in the space with them.
This workshop invites you to be open to the unknown and to be willing to explore the Self through the joining of two powerful mediums. When we encounter the Self, we meet our past and present. Dramatherapy, with spirituality, may allow us to feel more resilient towards our future.
Eshmit Kaur is Sikh; Hsiao-Mei Feng is Catholic; both have graduated from University of Derby. This workshop is supported by Dr Drew Bird: a Buddhist, Dramatherapist and lecturer at the UoD.