Indigenous and earth-honoring cultures tend to appreciate that each of us come to the world with unique gifts, talents, and shine. Based on this starting assumption that we are each unique, even young children may be raised differently depending on their particular soul needs.
At first glance, the notion that we each have our own particular needs and gifts to bring the world is not especially radical, yet many people in modern, Western cultures haven’t experienced this teaching at depth. If your caregivers helped you from a young age to bring out, enhance, and live from your unique gifts, consider yourself fortunate.
If you’re not clear about your soul level gifts and path, why not ask the tough questions: “What are my unique gifts? What kinds of things did I come to Earth to learn or contribute?” These questions often overlap with income or career in the world, but they also run deeper.
Participants will learn a kind and life-affirming framework for appreciating personal your gifts/medicines as well as sacred difference and the unique beauty of others. You’ll be invited to explore assumptions about your own path and sense of purpose and to dig a little deeper toward being a clear conduit for your soul shine here on Earth.
Spaces are limited. Cost for the day is $100, some flexibility if needed. Be in contact directly with questions or to register (firstname.lastname@example.org). Exact location in the Bay Area will be determined by early April (likely Peninsula or East Bay). Hope you can join us!