Sacred Activism for Modern Times–Cancelled

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Date(s) - 10/26/2018 - 10/28/2018
All Day

Sacred Activism for Modern Times Cancelled

With Suzannah Tebbe Davis, Sharon Oxendine and Sheila Pride

Location: Warren Wilson College, Swannanoa NC, 28778
Dates and Times: Friday October 26, 2018, 2-9pm
Saturday October 27, 2018, 9am-8pm
Sunday October 28, 2018, 9am-4pm

Calling all sacred activists, community leaders, people from all faiths, spiritual people, yogis, helpers and caretakers of the land from all paths.   

During these times of unprecedented global change and chaos, the need to embrace our innate compassion, wisdom and resilience in order to take Sacred Action on behalf of our beloved Earth has never been stronger.

Burnout, unremitting overload, exhaustion, immense grief, soul loss and rage are conditions plaguing front line activists, stealing their effectiveness and power to create the very change they desire.  

The call to action is clear: We must collectively strengthen our connection with Source, the healing forces of nature and build a supportive fellowship to bring sustaining justice in the world.

Action guided by sacred consciousness adds to the healing of the whole life system. True love of the Divine in all of life, when expressed in wise, compassionate action can lead to profound transformation

Drawing from the ancient paths of Yoga, First Nation and Andean indigenous ritual and ceremony, we will unite in sacred ceremony for soul recovery practices for the activists, community and planet.  We will strengthen our collective energy field to respond to our highest calling to serve humanity and our planet.

We will learn and  apply neuroscience research and discoveries, principles and practices. Neuroscience is a powerful factor in combating oppression, hatred and fear and building our innate resilience, compassion and effectiveness.

During the course of this retreat participants will:

  • Learn  how to work alongside the Spirits and Ancestors of the land
  • Claim the full-bodied presence of the Awakened Healers and Sacred Activists
  • Engage and align to the new paradigm of the Sacred Activism.
  • Enter into Sacred Tribe for inspiration, support and collaboration even when conflict is present.
  • Learn the power of neuroscience’s application to conflict resolution, mindful embodied speech, collaboration and positive resonance.​
  • Learn to activate neuro-sculpting practices that keep us out of fight/flight/freeze/collapse response and connected to the higher (god) brain.
  • Develop a strong daily personal practice

About the Facilitators:

Suzannah Tebbe Davis is a contemporary medicine woman who weaves a diverse blend of mind/body/spirit offerings based on over two decades of study in indigenous wisdom traditions and western theoretical practices. Suzannah has also held key leadership positions in social justice issues and systems change.

In addition to her private practice, where she offers workshops, retreats and ceremonies internationally for individuals and groups, Suzannah serves in a leadership role within Asheville Community Roots, a local grass roots movement which incorporates spirituality as a fundamental aspect of activism.

Sharon Oxendine is a first Nations woman from the Lumbee Tribe from Lumberton NC.  Sharon has studied with numerous teachers from the Wisdom Keepers and other Indigenous Leaders and Shamans for the last 27 years.  Sharon has been named Elder by her community and leads ceremonies around Rites of Passage, Grief, Soul Retrieval and Transitions from this world to the next.

Sheila Pride is a licensed clinical social worker, national educator, retreat facilitator, activist, yoga teacher and somatic body worker.  For over 10 years, Sheila worked intensively in the field of human rights, trauma resolution, domestic violence, refugee resettlement and economic justice.  She co-owns a mindfulness- consulting firm called Moksha Institute and travels throughout the country working with leaders and teams to create heart centered and empowering conscious companies.