New Second Group Now Forming! Bone and Seed: Explorations in Healing 10 Fridays, 9:30-11:30am, beginning March 22, 2019 March 22, 29, April 5, 12, 26, May 3, 10, 17, 31, June 7
Bone and Seed is...a group of depth and nurture.
Bone and Seed is an on-going group where important things about our various paths of healing are shared.
Bone and Seed offers...contemplative space to unfold the themes of Naming, Knowing and Claiming, all essential elements in the healing process. Our time will be carefully facilitated and curated through reflective prompts/conversation/writing/expressive art making/ritual on different perspectives and aspects of healing as concept, possibility and lived practice, both personal and collective. You do not need to be "arty" to engage meaningfully with the written and creative expressions; just open to the magic of process.
Bone and Seed invites...encounter. Our inspirations for reflection and creative response are wide: podcasts, film and video clips, poetry, sacred texts, music, silence, rituals small and big, news stories, and whatever the Spirit blows in.
Details: We will initially gather for 10 Friday Mornings, from 9:30-11:30am, between March and June 2019. We will then determine if we wish to continue as an on-going group indefinitely.
Sliding fee scale: $15-40 per session
Because of the intimate nature of this group, space is limited. I ask that those who are interested to please first email me a bit about yourself and why you would like to be a part of this group: email@example.com. Please include a phone number.
The Story of Bone and Seed: Originally meeting twice a month for 5 months, from January through May 2018, the Bone and Seed group explored the voices of 5 extraordinarily attuned women: Artist Sister Corita Kent, Community-Builder Margaret Wheatley, Humanitarian Dr. Jane Goodall, Poet Mary Oliver and Cantadora Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes. Over those months, as the women in the group listened deeply to the wisdom of these teachers though writing, creative expression and sharing, they began to hear their own voices emerge.
This first group still meets, now weekly, and has become deep community with and for each other.