Rites of Late Winter: Awareness, Potential, and Emergence with Adam Davis
February 9 @ 10:30 am - 3:00 pm$35 - $40
Are you interested in exploring concerns about the status of human communities, ecosystems, and the Earth as a whole?
Are you interested in seeking guidance and support for surfing tumultuous energies of our time?
Are you interested in enhancing your role in communities, ecosystems, and Earth?
You are invited to join with other concerned Earth citizens as we deepen our understanding of problems and figure out how to be part of solutions.
We will be embarking on a transformative journey consisting of three rites: a rite of awareness, a rite of realizing potential, and a rite of emergence.
During the first rite, inspired by the starkness of winter landscapes, we will tune in to many aspects of the status of modern human societies and ecosystems. We will get in touch with problems.
Next, we will engage in realizing potentials, personal and for humans collectively, inspired by the powerful reserves of energy and readiness in the dormant late winter landscapes of the natural world. This rite will involve working with a variety of techniques to look at ourselves and at roles available for us in communities and ecosystems.
And finally, we will shamanically journey to see what lies ahead in our planetary journey.
This event will provide opportunities to strongly engage our minds, bodies, and spirits. The intensity of the experience may be felt in a variety of ways.
We will begin at 10:30 am and work until 3:00 pm. After a preamble and the first rite, there will be a 40 minute break for lunch. After the lunch break, we will reconnect with our sacred journey through meditation and move on to parts two and three of the event. It may be desirable to bring your journal (if you keep one), water, and something to eat during the 40 minute break.
The event cost is $35 in advance and $40 on the day of the event. Contact Radiance at 717-290-1517 to register.
Adam Davis has been facilitating nature spirituality workshops at healthy-living fairs, environmental conferences, and other community events since 1998 in addition to teaching about the workings of the Earth in the college classroom. He enjoys combining multiple perspectives to explore integrated, holistic ways of working with nature. His book “Connecting with the Land: Nature Relationships in Multiple Dimensions” describes techniques used in past workshops and that have come to Adam through diverse additional pathways of exploration.