November 18.+ 19. 2023
A special 2-days workshop for men only
What does it mean to be a man in our century? You are called upon to be providers, protectors and achievers, caring family fathers and reliable nest builders and at the same time loving, emotionally open and available partners or knights in shining armour.
The great expectations of this role can be overwhelming and cut you off from your feelings, from finding your authentic life path or simply not allowing you to live the life or relationship you would wish for. Additionally, there is the conditioning of your upbringing and last but not least the loyalties and entanglements within your family system.
This workshop is not about becoming a “better” man or getting rid of something you don’t like. It is about understanding and integrating what makes you unique, about accepting what is and letting go of what is no longer needed, so that you can venture off to new shores in your life.
Does one or more of the following points resonate with you?
Would you like to change something in your life but feel guilty if you did?
Do you have problems accepting yourself?
Do you feel not “in the right place” in your life?
Do you feel that you are asked more than you are able to give?
Would you like to be stronger but always give in to other’s wishes because you do not want to hurt them?
Would you like to be softer but are afraid of losing strength and authority if you did?
Do you feel cut off from your feelings?
Are you unsure about who you are and where you are going in life?
Do you feel lonely due to the lack of friendship with other men?
Do you live in a constant competition with other men?
Did you grow up without your biological father?
Do you feel responsible for your mother’s or father’s wellbeing?
Do you have children not living with you due to separation and you suffer from it?
Do you often feel aggression inside of you?
Are you addicted to anything (alcohol, drugs, work, sex)?
Are there repetitive problematic patterns in your relationship with women?
Are there any other kind of challenges in relationships and family life?