Join us for a magical exploration of Inner Winter:
Each day leading up to the winter Solstice we will explore the natural world, the stones, the plants, the animals and ourselves. We will ask our heads, our hands and our hearts to unveil the mysteries of the season. Drawing on Lazy-Lady Living principles and daily contemplations, I will guide you into a deep honoring of your inner light. Grasping this light allows you to enter the deeper places of darkness and transformation that Winter inevitably brings. Make this the year you grasp the inner reality and symbolism of Winter, Solstice and the cultural festival of light called Christmas. The Inner Winter Celebration will be full of insights connecting you and your inner reality to the essence of the season, the cold quiet stillness of the earth, and how this works on our bodies and psyches.
Delve into the inner mysteries of the Season.
The Thanksgiving, Advent, Solstice and Christmas season is one of the most triggering and misunderstood times of the year. Wouldn’t it be nice to finally participate in a cultural festival of light while also honoring the inevitable depth and darkness of the season (and not buy into its commercialization and commodification). It is possible. You don’t have to resist it anymore, but actually embrace it and within it you will find an alchemical transmutation, the one you’ve longed for forever. Let’s restore Inner Winter and all it’s power… together.
Wanna Join Us?
The Celebration starts on Saturday November 24th for those in the northern hemisphere and May 24th for those in the southern hemisphere.
Pay What you Want:
This program has sold in the past for between $29 and $79 – just to give you an idea! In the end though, pay what you want / make a donation.
And spread the word!
Thanks and hope to see you on the other side as we move toward dark together…
Registration closes Friday November 23rd at midnight
Not sure it’s right for you and want to chat a bit?
Send me an email with your number and I’ll give you a call.
*Photo Credit: Kris Antonius of Tiny Peasant