Women's Wisdom Village | Sun. 6/28
About the Event
June 28: Women, Creativity, and Change: From the Stone Age to the New Age
This week we will explore the influence that women’s creativity has had on the evolutionary leaps in human society. And, what role our creativity might play in humanity's next leap.
We will consider ancient matrilineal and goddess-centered cooperative cultures and discuss what they may have to teach us about our possible future. We are living into a new myth that being created right now. How can we participate in its creation?
What can we learn from the time we are living through? Where is our power, and how should we wield it? Join me to explore the ancient hopeful truths and power that lives within the myths of the universal experience of being a woman.
Dr. A. is a cultural mythologist and women's coach. Join her in weekly inspirational conversations, held online, about the big picture of being a woman in these times.
In each conversation, as women have done for millennia, we will gather at the well (ours will be virtual) to support each other and to find wisdom, insight, and clarity in uncertain times.
Enter the circle and:
- Experience new ways of understanding what we are going through today, from the wisdom in ancient myths and stories.
- Explore the legacy of wisdom from the profound universal experiences of being women.
- Broaden and deepen our thinking about our outer and inner worlds.
- Create a deeper connection to ourselves and to each other.
These weeks of social distancing can create more than stress and worry. We can emerge from this uncertain time with a story to tell about ourselves and our world. We can create a new vision for our lives, our families, our communities, and our world.
Women's Village will meet on Zoom. Each gathering will last approximately one hour and welcome up to 10 women. Offered 2x a week, register for one or both!
Wednesdays and Sundays at 7:30 -8:30 pm PDT.
Zoom meeting code will be delivered via email upon registering. Registration is free; however, a suggested donation of $5-$10 per meeting is appreciated if you can contribute. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.