The Alchemy of Infinity
Healing the Cycle of Giving & Receiving with Ya’Acov Darling Khan
In the modern Western world, we are told that accumulation offers the road to satisfaction. Yet, despite acquiring more ‘stuff’ than any of our ancestors, we are arguably more lost, lonely and dissatisfied than any culture that has gone before us. Our focus on what we need to get is causing suffering, not only to our deepest nature, but also to the biosphere, which cannot continuously support our relentless hunger for more.
The infinity symbol offers us powerful medicine for this modern sickness and provides an antidote by invoking and showing us a dance of giving and receiving that is clear, generous and balanced and opens us to the state known as flow. In this workshop, you will explore the infinity symbol through movement to consider its relevance to your daily life and the stories that you tell yourself about your capacity to receive and to give.
Through carefully guided embodied inquiry, you will be invited to challenge the story of insatiable ‘hunger’ in you and to witness the unconscious assumptions that may be causing you suffering. You will also be supported to shatter the binds that keep you preoccupied with what you lack and drive you to play the victim when you don’t get what you want. We will call on the help of the Dancing Warrior, Wise Elder and Fool to help us recognize the ways in which we are replaying experiences from our early childhood in ways that keep us separate from the flow of reciprocity that is the dance of life.
With kindness and courage, a good dose of Movement Medicine, and a little imagination, you will discover more of where your contentment and happiness truly lie. You will reconnect to the alchemy of infinity and take steps to heal the cycle of giving and receiving for yourself and all that you love.
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Ya’Acov Darling Khan
From a young age, Ya’Acov has been drawn to the down-to-earth connection with the spirit world that shamanism invites. He has pursued this yearning throughout his adult life, studying and practicing with many gifted teachers around the world. He has been recognized as a practicing shaman by Elder Shamans from the Sami (European tradition), and Achuar and Sápara peoples of the Amazon. His Movement Medicine workshops are inspiring, empowering, contemporary and practical and are attended by people from all walks of life.