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At my first Gift in 2003 I learned that there really was a “place for me to be” and there was no turning back. I wanted to learn how to hold space for women in the amazingly supportive way that I experienced.
I found the power of The Grail is that it doesn’t try to teach anything or turn us into anything. It helps men to drop our masks and armour so we can find, meet and embrace our true self; as scary and exhilarating as that is.
A place to meet myself in total honesty and that I matter in this sometimes crazy world. I’ve learnt that I have a voice and to speak up. Even when others may not like what I have say.
Shematrix is home. It is where I can rely on hearing the truth, and celebrate honesty and depth. It is where I can discover more of myself.
The Grail is unique. You won’t find an experience like this anywhere else, particularly in the fold of a men’s event or “men’s work”. It is memorable, challenging, confronting, nourishing and lasting.
As David Whyte so elegantly puts it, “leave everything you know behind”. This training has the capacity to catapult you to a place you never imagined you could travel. The love and support I have experienced in the Shematrix Training has changed my life forever.
The best event I have ever attended, thank you very much.
The Gift space offered a communion with my deep self that few other things offer and that it is remarkably easy to truly transform in this kind of space. It has informed my understanding of myself and other people beyond my expectations.
This change is so big that I don’t even recognize who I am at times. I hear Spirit in myself answering for me and it is not that I am thinking everything all the time now. I feel calm and at ease with who I find myself to be in a whole new way.
The Grail was the making of me as a man. The challenge was daunting but the environment was inclusive and honest, and I felt safe and held enough to finally surrender. With gratitude to my brothers, I have started the journey of my life.