What to expect:
This evening will satiate the souls of people who feel a connection with the witches who were burned at the stake or destroyed for the knowledge they held and used. We will begin with the telling of an ancient story and will weave the alchemy of working with tinctures and herbal plant medicine wisdom to support the internal process. We will go through a group process of exploring where we are living in the mythology and explore how to transform how we are living in our own stories.
Starhawk & Earth Activist Training
Starhawk is the author or coauthor of thirteen books on earth-based spirituality and activism, including the classics The Spiral Dance, The Empowerment Manual: A Guide for Collaborative Groups, her visionary novel The Fifth Sacred Thing and its long-awaited sequel, City of Refuge. Starhawk directs Earth Activist Trainings, http://www.earthactivisttraining.org/, teaching permaculture design grounded in spirit and with a focus on organizing and activism.
Join us for an evening of exploring the mythology of the witch and how these stories and lineage influences our modern day relationship to magic, medicine, and self expression. This will be an event unlike other, and mixes story with ceremony to create a dynaimc group experience.
Because of the unsual format of this event we will close the doors once we begin and late comers will not be able to gain entrance until halfway through the event. Thank you advance for being on time.
Weather permitting: this event will take place outside around a fire in a redwood palace of Solstice Grove. Consider bringing layers to stay warm, a pillow or low chair.
Leah Lamb is a storyteller and creator of Soul Stories. Her stories work with myth, archtypes and symbols as a means for self discovery and connection with community and the environment. She teaches SPEAK THE SPARK: SACRED STORYTELLING FOR A NEW PARADIGM ONLINE CLASS:
Kelsey Barrett is a Western Herbalist, organic gardener, educator and holds a private practice in California under the project Heavy Nettle. She believes embracing plants as part of our larger community gives us greater opportunity to reconnect to our health in meaningful ways.