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Heroine's Journey Workshop

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Heroine's Journey Workshop

When: Saturday, 16th of July

Time: Shanghai time (CST): 14:30 to 18:30

Sydney time (AEST): 16:30 to 20:30
Where: Online via Zoom
Fee: 45USD

Please check your timezone carefully. This workshop will be recorded and sent to all registered participants.

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About the Workshop

During this workshop, we will explore the 10 phases of the Heroine's Journey, proposed by Maureen Murdock.

Join us to reflect on the separation from the feminine, the mother-daughter split, the descent to the goddess, the healing of the masculine and the feminine, and the integration of these archetypal forces that are present within us.

The workshop is an introduction to the framework and no previous experience on the subject is necessary to join us.


The Heroine's Journey by Maureen Murdock

The Heroine's Journey framework showcases the contemporary woman's search for wholeness in a society in which she has been defined according to masculine values.

Drawing upon cultural myths and fairy tales, ancient symbols and goddesses, and the dreams of contemporary women, Murdock illustrates the need for—and the reality of—feminine values in Western culture today.


Story of Brave

We will examine the Heroine's Journey by drawing parallels between the Disney animation Brave and our daily lives.

This is an opportunity to view a piece of contemporary culture with new eyes and a new perspective.

Participants who join this workshop will also learn how to interpret stories, focusing on the journey of the soul.

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About Your Facilitator

Maria Souza

Maria Souza is a Writer, Mythologist and Educator. Maria is the author of the mythopoetic book Wild Daughters and is a member of the Joseph Campbell Foundation Myth Maker Network. She is the host of the podcast Women and Mythology in which she shares and interprets myths and fairy tales. Maria has been delevering programs on mythology since 2016.

She has researched and studied mythology under the world-renowned mythologist Dr Martin Shaw and held the program Women Who Run With The Wolves for over 6 years now in different countries and settings.

Maria holds a postgraduate degree in Ecology and Spirituality from Schumacher College and Trinity Saint David, UK and she completed a year long course on Indigenous Subjects at Schumacher College. Originally from Brazil, she has worked for 7 years in the Brazilian Amazon with the indigenous peoples and Conservation Units.

Join Our Workshop


Saturday, 16th of July

Shanghai time (CST): 14:30 to 18:30

Sydney time (AEST): 16:30 to 20:30
Online via Zoom


45 USD

This workshop will be recorded and sent to all registered participants.

Registrations can be completed via Paypal. Just send Maria (facilitator) a short message expressing your desire to join and she will complete your registration.

Feel free to message us if you have any question about the workshop.

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