Date(s) - 12/09/2017
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Join us for a creative afternoon workshop learning about and making sacred items (artes) that can be used in your Pachakuti Mesa Tradition practice.
- Explore ancient traditions of creating “medicine” objects
- Be oriented to various materials and relevance for choosing specific items for your self-empowerment
- Participate in a guided journey to connect with your own disempowerment and ask for guidance on what represents your empowerment
- Briefly journal your experience
- Discuss connections to empowerment objects including symbolism, plants, animal tetems, minerals, and other natural items.
- Create an article of personal empowerment related to your journey.
- Do a guided journey with your creation to “activate it’s medicine” for you.
What to Bring:
- At least one item or material from the animal, plant, mineral and man-made kingdoms (But you can bring more than one item)
- A stick, decorative button (made of natural substance-antler, wood, etc) beads, or whatever you are drawn to to decorate your item.
- Bring an item you have been drawn to, collected, or have used as a special object of help already, and a journal and pen.
- Bring pillows, blanket and things to be comfortable to journey comfortably.
- Glue, scissors, sewing machine, and leather provided.
Open to Adults and Children of Middle School age and up
This Workshop must have a minimum of (6) Participants and you must register in advance.
if cancelled, money will be refunded. You will be notified by email 4 days before the workshop.
“Humankind has not woven the web of life. We are but a thread within it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves. All things are bound together. All things are connected.” ~Chief Seattle, 1854
Facilitated by: Audrey Bennett, Integrative Therapist LCSW, LADC., Ceremonialist, Shamanic Arts Teacher and Practitioner
Location: PillWillop Therapeutic Farm, 1089 Woodtick Rd, Wolcott, CT 06716 (203) 879-9485
Suggested donation: $30
To register: send donation to PayPal firstname.lastname@example.org