*Ceridwen and the Cauldron of Transformation – A workshop to inspire
*When: Saturday 18th February 2017*
*Time: 10 am – 4 pm*
*Where: Morville Village Hall*
In this workshop, run by writer Ruth Cameron, writers will explore the Welsh myth of* Ceridwen and the Cauldron of Transformation*.
Ceridwen, a great sorceress, intends to give her son the gift of wisdom. However, Gwion Bach, the young boy who is set to stir the cauldron accidently spills three drops onto his thumb and licks it off thus acquiring the gift. In fear he runs from Ceridwen and they both go through a series of transformations a she hunts him down, which ultimately results in Gwion transforming into the legendry bard and prophet Taliesin.
The morning will be spent exploring the myth through an experiential group process designed to allow participants to access the characters of the story from within themselves. After lunch there will be time to reflect on our experience and to write in response to this process. The last part of the day will be time for sharing writing and for discussion of any insights that come from the process.
Cost of the day: £35
Bring a packed lunch, a notebook and a pen (or sketchpad).
Tea and coffee provided.
To book a place contact Ruth at firstname.lastname@example.org or
call 07967 075656
Morville Village Hall