Postponed: Exploring the Power of the Feminine – A Daylong Workshop for Women
with Tracy Cochran and Sebene Selassie
Saturday, March 28th, 2020 | 10:00am – 5:00pm
Due to COVID-19, this program will postponed to a future date. We will honor all requests for refunds. We recognize that the COVID-19 emergency has a devastating financial impact on all of us. If it is affordable for you to have a generous heart, please pause and consider accepting credit towards a future program, or turning your registration into a donation. Thank you!.
What is feminine power? Is it something to be acquired? Or uncovered and reclaimed? Join us for a day of meditation, writing exercises, and group sharing aimed at exploring these rich questions. What are true feminine values? And how can we have true impact and affect change in the world guided by these values?
We will explore in practice: making space for the unknown, for darkness, for receptivity and generosity. And we will explore off the cushion, remembering memories or connection to the feminine–in nature, in relationships, and within ourselves. Together we will open to a presence, a capacity for connection and the sacred that cannot be the property of any one tradition.
We will also touch our separation, making space for our cultural and social differences. Together we will explore the work we might undertake to better support and befriend one another as women. There will be time for affinity groups where people of color and white people can explore and investigate their particular experiences.
The workshop is open to all who identify as women.