Thu, Aug 03|
Hope Springs Institute
WomenSpeak: The Way of the Feminine
This in-person retreat is rooted in the ways of the feminine. We will explore the gifts, talents and abilities of the feminine principle, drawing on the 13 Original Clan Mothers Medicine Wheel.
Time & Location
Aug 03, 6:00 PM – Aug 06, 12:00 PM
Hope Springs Institute, 4988 Mineral Springs Rd, Peebles, OH 45660, USA
About The Event
WomenSpeak takes us on a journey with truth. As we explore the different moon cycles we will be able to see our own relationship with truth. How to Learn the Truth, How to Honor the Truth, How to Accept the Truth, How to See the Truth, How to Hear the Truth, How to Speak the Truth, How to Love the Truth, How to Serve the Truth, How to Live the Truth, How to Work With Truth, How to Walk the Truth, How to be Grateful for the Truth, and How to Be the Truth.
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This retreat includes room and board at Hope Springs Institute (https://www.hopespringsinstitute.org). Hope Springs is about equal distant between Columbus, Cincinnati, and Dayton (Ohio) airports. Transportation can be arranged with Hope Springs. We are able to accommodate most food requirements and rooms are double occupancy.
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR
Quanita Roberson: I believe we are in a time that is calling us to remember. Remember what really matters. Remember the truth of who we really are. Remember that we belong to each other. I am a facilitator dedicated to addressing embedded trauma. I am a spiritual teacher, speaker, author, life coach, and a storyteller. My work over the past 20 years has been focused in the areas of healing, initiation, grief, leadership, diversity, and inclusion. Recent work has included work with The Kellogg Foundation’s Truth, Racial Healing, & Transformation Program and People’s Action’s Heartland Initiative: A Listening Tour of Rural and Small Town America. Learn more about Quanita HERE
Amy Howton: My work over the past twenty years has focused in the areas of trauma response, racial + gender justice, spiritual leadership, community building, and social change + communal healing. i am a learner and listener and writing is a core way i make meaning of my life’s journey; i believe there is powerful medicine in the sharing of our stories. The natural world has been my most enduring classroom, grounding my practice in living systems, systems thinking, and emergent theory. i have taught at the university-level and practiced in various contexts including higher education, community-based nonprofits, faith-based institutions with experience working with individuals, organizations, and in network-building. communities of practice as a model for transformative change have been a focus of my research and practice throughout my work and i continue to believe in the power of bringing people together through intentional community. Learn more about Amy HERE
ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION
Nzuzu envisions a world community where healing happens when needed and everyone’s unique genius is honored. Explore more HERE.