The Mythical World of Women's Soul: Wolves Tribe
A deep journey into the book
Women Who Run With The Wolves.
Join us to explore over 20 different stories that reflect and help us develop the unique gifts of the female soul.
Wolves Tribe Program: A deeper look into the book Women Who Run With The Wolves
When: From May 8th to June 28th
Every Monday and Wednesday
Time: 6PM, Los Angeles Time (PDT)
Where: Online via Zoom
For 1,5 hours twice a week, we will explore, deepen and immerse ourselves in the ancient stories and the mythological world of Dr Clarissa Pinkola Estés.
All sessions will be recorded and sent to participants.
Join us to explore and reflect on what are the unique gifts of the female soul. During our program we will answer and reflect on the questions:
How can we develop and strengthen intuition and instinct?
How do we integrate masculine and feminine within us? Are we collaborating with our Creative Life?
How can we generate more life for ourselves? What are the unique tools this book unlock and offers women?
What Will You Gain
Wider understanding of archetypes and interpretation of stories and myths.
Understanding of women's initiation and rites of passages.
Practical exercises to develop your identity and a stronger sense of Self.
Women's community and support, with women of all life stages.
Strong knowledge and comprehension of the book Women Who Run With The Wolves.
Deep sharing of Women's Knowing and how to integrate it into your lives and relationships.
Access to exclusive articles and resources on the subjects of Women & Mythology.
Certificate of Completion from Women and Mythology.
During 16 online sessions, we are going to dwell on the archetypes of the female soul, by focusing on the book Women Who Run With The Wolves by Dr Clarissa Pinkola Estés.
Each online meeting will be focused on one chapter of the book, where the mythologist and facilitator Maria Souza will unpack the key elements, propose discussions and bring to light the wisdom of each story.
Through experienced facilitation, the group will be guided in conversation, deep reflection and practical activities.
"This program led by Maria, such an amazing skilled wise young woman (like 20 to 30 years more aged and wise than her real age! ) is just outstanding. Its a mix of psychotherapy, initiation, archetypal learning, tales and stories expression all together. Totally unique! It guides women to connect with their inner & profound wisdom creating strength, trust and peace with their daily life, but also their destiny and spiritual path... I am in love with Maria's endeavor."
Corinne Son-Delfosse, Therapist, Sacred Cacao Facilitator, French
Women Who Run With The Wolves
Our course will follow the myths presented in the renowned book Women Who Run With The Wolves by Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estés. We will delve into ancient stories that depict the female experience and observe how they reflect our modern lives. By analyzing the symbols embedded within these myths, we will guide our conversations and gain a deeper understanding of their significance.
Throughout our journey, we will explore various archetypes and topics, such as intuition and instinct, ego and soul, life and death, naivety and knowledge, survival and thriving, the power of the female body, crafting a handmade life, breaking free from traps and cages, soul life, creative life, sacred sexuality, rage and forgiveness, secrets, finding the right medicine, rebirth, and much more.
Participants will be invited to reflect on their own experiences and bring them to our space.
& Fairy Tales
Reading the book is not mandatory and the sessions are designed to welcome those who are new to this material.
Join us to retrieve, examine, love and understand the wild side of your own self. Let us hold her against our deep psyches, as one who is both magic and medicine.
Session 1: Introduction to the group and course
Unpacking our mythical journey
Session 2: Story of La Loba, The Wolf Woman
Meeting and Resurrection of the Wild Woman archetype.
Session 3: The Beginning Initiation
Story of Bluebeard
The Natural Predator of the Psyche. Naive Women as Prey. The Key to Knowing: The Importance of curiosity.
Session 4: The Retrieval of Intuition as Initiation
Story of Vasalisa
Allowing the Too-Good Mother to Die. Facing the Wild Hag. Learning Discernment and Asking the Mysteries.
Session 5: Union With the Other
Story of the Manawee: the Wild Mate
The Dual Nature of Women. The Power of Name. Unravelling Seductive Appetite. Achieving Fierceness
Session 6: When the Heart Is a Lonely Hunter
Story of Skeleton Woman
Facing the Life/Death/Life Nature of Love. Death in Love. The First Phases of Love: from Finding to Chasing, Recognizing to Untangling, Trusting to Giving Life. Love Making Between Soul Partners.
Session 7. Finding One's Pack: Belonging as Blessing
Story of The Ugly Duckling
Exile of the Unmatched Child. The figure of the mother. What are bad surroundings.
Feeling frozen, without vitality and creativity. Exile as power to encounter the soul
Session 8. Joyous Body: The Wild Flesh
Story of La Mariposa, Butterfly Woman
Exploring and accepting the female body. Learning to move with our bodies. Creating a physical home for the soul
Session 9. Self-preservation: Identifying Leg Traps, Cages, and Poisoned Bait
Story of the Red Shoes
The traps that women need to overcome. Not falling into captivity or burning the treasure. Not living a secret life, faking it, obsession and developing an addiction. The hunger of the soul.
Session 10. Homing: Returning to OneSelf
Story of Sealskin, Soulskin
Understanding Loneliness and Returning to OneSelf. Loss of Sense of Soul as Initiation. Marriage between the soul and the outer life. Listening to the soul call and returning home.
Session 11. Clear Water: Nourishing the Creative Life
Story of La Llorona
Pollutions of the Wild Soul and Renewing the creative fire. Exploring inner and outer blockages of our creative life. Taking back one's creative life
Session 12. Heat: Retrieving a Sacred Sexuality
Story of Baubo: The Belly Goddess
Exploring sacred sexuality. Coming closer to our body and our sensual femininity.
Session 13. Marking Territory: The Boundaries of Rage and Forgiveness
Story of The Crescent Moon Bear
Understanding Rage as Teacher, Righteous Rage, Collective Rage. Stuck in old rage. The 4 stages of forgiveness
Session 14. Battle Scars: Membership in the Scar Clan
Story of The Woman With Hair of Gold
Reflecting on the danger of secrets and the dead zone it creates in the psyche.
Session 15. La Selva Subterránea: Initiation in the Underground Forest
Story of The Handless Maiden
The complete journey of a women's life and the integration of feminine and masculine.
Session 16. The Wolf's Eyelash, Story as Medicine and The Deep Song
An overview of the course, the final passages of the book and a closing ceremony to mark the end of our course.
All sessions will be recorded and sent to participants.
About Your Facilitator
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 Tribe
Full Program Fee: 288 USD
Early Bird until April 14th: 188 USD
16 facilitated live sessions
Recordings of all the sessions
Personal and direct support during the program
Digital Certificate of Completion
Access to Women and Mythology digital library
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Frequently Asked Questions
After I register for a program, what should I do?
Look for a welcome letter with supporting information on your email inbox. This welcome letter should arrive no longer than 24 hours after registration and it will have all the information you need to prepare for the first session of your program. Make sure to check your spam folder. Please contact us if you do not receive an email from us.
I want to do the program but I will miss one session, what can I do?
All sessions will be recorded and sent to participants 24 hours after the session has finished. We recommend listening to the session at home and sharing online (on our private groups) your potential questions, insights and reflections. Be as active as possible to absorb the full experience.
I am interested in only 1 session of the course. Can I join only a specific session?
No, to ensure a special experience we only accept full program participants. That means you must register for the full program.
Is reading compulsory? How much reading should I do for the course?
Reading is not compulsory. Maria will retell the story and present the key elements. You can fully participate in the sessions without reading the book.
Is this for you?
This program is recommended for women of all backgrounds and ages, for those who are not aware of mythological archetypes and for those who have felt some stirring.
If you are looking to deepen your understanding of self and widen your repertoire of tools and knowledge this is a course for you.
This course will provide rational and creative minds with more food for thought to expand their intuitive and instinctive potencies.
I still have questions, what should I do?
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