Huw Wyn - Beyond your wildest dreaming:
"Let what you love, be what you do" ( Rumi)

A workshop discovering what mysterious song stirs and sings deep in our soul, yearning to be shared with the world. When we truly discover and have confidence in our unique gifts, we realise that they are the perfect offering, an expression of all we have woven in our life, which in itself is forever changing, expanding, expressing just like nature, as it is our true nature. This world is like a dream, shimmering in between the real and unreal, and it is our soul that dreams the world into being. But how often do we ask, what are we dreaming?

When I was young, I was often asked what would I do with this life, and often in response I would be told, "It's beyond your widest dreams!" But what is, and What is our wildest dreaming? When we find that place, that has always been with us, just waiting to be found amongst the layers of our being, a mystery starts to happen as we see the omens of dreams, a synchronicity of spontaneous symbols of life as an ever present mirror reflecting to us and pulling us like some wild ocean into the very depths of our longing. We start to see each moment as the perfect medicine to awaken us to our full potential. The places we fear to tread, the wild emotions of grief, loss and despair, swirl in an endless wild love song with joy, ecstatic being and wonder! All the ancient myths and stories point to this unique purpose, this souls longing, that takes our life but gives us the world, yet if we refuse the call or run away, it comes back again and again until we finally hear that wild calling. And if we don't we will be forever regretful of our fate, even if we don't quite understand why or what and somehow try and blame something else. This call is the song of the great mystery, of the beloved, way beyond our conceptual or linear mind

Huw Wyn's passion for understanding the human mind and body began when he studied Tibetan Medicine 1994-1998, in the Himalayas of Ladakh with a seventh generation traditional doctor, Amchi Tsewang Smanla, and at Kagyu Samye Ling Tibetan Monastery in Scotland. Tibetan Medicine is an ancient and profound study with application of healing for body, speech and mind. In 1999 he went on to train in an MA in Buddhist Psychotherapy at the internationally renowned Karuna Institute, Widecombe-in-the-Moor, Devon. Established in 1982, Core Process Psychotherapy is one of the original mindfulness-based psychotherapy training programs, underpinned by Buddhist psychology. Teachings are drawn from various Buddhist sources and lineages to create a broad vehicle for the training of psychotherapists, which is integrated with western personality theory, psychodynamics and psychotherapy skills.
Huw also set up Tiger's Nest, a project that worked with many renowned Tibetan meditation masters over the years, hosting retreats and workshops. He created and edited a series of books called 'Dharma Diary', which featured teachers such as His Holiness The Dalai Lama, Thich Nath Hanh and many others. He now runs a series of mind, body, spirit festivals, events and workshops called Into the Wild, hosting weekends and courses for people to learn from nature, with wild crafts, music, yoga, meditation, song, dance and much more, and is also an author, father, photographer, poet, cook and lover of travel.

Contact: Huw Wyn - 07415 202280 • www.naturalfreedom.org