Patterns of Home
Thursdays, March 1, 8, and 15, 6:30-8:30pm
Our time together will explore the patterns and textures of our experiences of home. We will examine the grit and simplicity of our personal and collective stories, raising our collective consciousness, becoming more connected to place, and birthing new creations inside and outside each one of us.
Patterns of Home is a three-part series:
Session 1 on March 1: Collective Archetypes
We will discover and play with personal and universal archetypal images within our stories. Images, writings and discussions will all be an integral part of the experience. What are the metaphors for how you pattern your life?
Session 2 on March 8: Groundswells
The ground is shifting, and change invites us into energy rising and new possibilities. It is palpable! We will explore our physical and spiritual stories as they relate to home, in the largest sense of the word, and the choices we make in response to the churning, creative energies. What groundswells are you experiencing?
ear to the ground:
hear the emergent
strengths of [people]
leading movements from-the-ground up!"
- Bethroot & Musawa
Session 3 on March 15: Unfoldings
Each and every day, we are personally and collectively experiencing and creating life. Becoming aware of life’s patterns helps us articulate the depth of our experience and influence our unlived stories by answering the question of “how” with “Yes!” Can wonder guide us? Our time together will be part guided, part meditative, part interactive, and holistically soulful. Bring a journal or sketchbook. Limited to 20 participants.
Recommended resources, but not required.
- The Inward Garden: Creating a Place of Beauty & Meaning by Julie Moir Messervy
- The Healing Energies of Earth by Liz Simpson
- Journey of the Universe by Brian Swimme & Mary Evelyn Tucker
Roxanne T. Stuhr, BSBA, BLA, MNLA certified and a certified Spiritual Guide/Leader. Roxanne is a gardener at heart, a practicing yogi, and a nature photographer hobbyist. A landscape designer and a spiritual guide, she connects people to their experiences of nature and home through shared stories. She is the owner of Reflective Spaces, LLC.
Stacy M. Husebo, MSW, LICSW is a professional faculty member at St. Catherine/St. Thomas School of Social Work. She has worked as a social work educator and practitioner and is a spiritual director and meditation instructor with LGBT youth. A longtime social justice activist, she is passionate about Buddhist meditation, the Mystics of all traditions and the wisdom shared in poetry, story, relationships and earth.
WHEN: Thursdays, March 1, 8 and 15, 6:30-8:30pm