Background: Contrary to popular belief, conflict is natural, normal, and inevitable. In its simplest form, conflict is two opposing ideas attempting to occupy the same space. It results from the experience of human differences within and between ourselves and others. Within individuals, it surfaces as conflicts between right and wrong. Between individuals and within groups, conflict can develop over differences of opinion, especially when opinions are assumed to be facts. Within organizations, conflict can surface between competing individuals, departments, and divisions.
Between nations, it can surface as moral collisions based on cultural
and religious differences.
Genuine Peace within yourself and with others will never be attained
with the elimination of chaos,
confusion and conflict. In fact all three are essential to the continuance
of life. Without chaos, there is no
What to expect: Facing The Fire workshop is about walking into the fire without being burned. We will explore what is conflict, how has it served you and how has it not served you. The focus is to discover the innate aspects of yourself that have not been allowed to be seen or heard. We will nurture those parts so as to begin to create a more centered and balanced life.
Who Should Come: The workshop is designed for people from all walks of life. It is focused towards expanding the awareness of spiritual explorers, healing and shamanic practitioners, and the delightfully inquisitive.
What to Bring: Please bring any rocks or crystals that want to come along. A journal
notebook is encouraged as well as any comforts
for sitting on the floor, such as floor chairs, back supports, blankets,
Herb’s workshop in Madison in Nov. was one of the most meaningful
For more information, email One White Horse Standing at or call 440.338.1705