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If you want support for your next steps this workshop offers that and more! March 25th, 1pm–4:30 pm pacific Online Workshop with Cynthia Winton-Henry I love the magic that happens when we tune in to the poetry of purpose! It’s alive in us all the time. The power to speak and… Read more
Online March 25th 1pm to 4:30 pm pacific includes the full pdf with exercises $79/$55 low income and Ensoulment participants Register Here Good news! You don’t need a mission statement to live from purpose. The purpose of humanity is to create, play and rest. However, to more deeply divine purpose… Read more
For those who feel more, think more, notice more, need more. Get support and tools that help you celebrate your gifted and sensitive body! 2 zoom options Either November 11, 9am-10:30pm Pacific Or December 9th, 5:30-7pm Pacific (Recording available if unable to attend) REGISTER HERE! One in five people are… Read more
I’ve staked my tent at the burning bush and the dark night of my tradition. I dwell in a Vast center, wary to get any closer. I dance a tight wire between the stakes of religious anxiety and a calm so deep it can’t be of my own doing but… Read more
A live reading by Cynthia Winton-Henry on zoom Three dates Thursday, Sept 17, 6-7 pm Pacific Friday, Sept 18, 6-7 pm Pacific Sunday, Sept 20, 10-11 am Pacific In this live reading, I take great care to share the facts about my boatload… Read more
Come hold sacred the Wisdom of the Body. Come move, sing, and honor each other’s bodyspirit in these times… Times; 9:30 and 4:30 Pacific Sunday’s 4:30 pm with Jane Siarny Mondays 4:30 pm pst with Cynthia Winton-Henry Tuesdays 9:30 pm with Rehana Tejpar Tuesdays 4:30 pm pst with Stephanie Gesling… Read more
If I say, surely the darkness shall cover me, even the night shall be light about me… The darkness and the light are both alike to thee. – Howard Thurman In 2002 I had a dream. I wrote about it in “The Lucky Dark” chapter in my book,… Read more
Franciscan Richard Rohr, a prolific, eloquent teacher and guide for our times, recently wrote on body wisdom, soul, and collective stuckness. Drawing from Resmaa Menakem, My Grandmother’s Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending Our Hearts and Bodies, he shares the growing awareness of historical white stuck trauma.… Read more