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Coming Home to the Great Mother

April 21, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

COMING HOME TO THE GREAT MOTHER: The Roots of Resilience and Wholeness are in the Land
Thursday April 21 (7:00 – 8:30pm)
and Saturday April 23 (9:30am – 4:30pm)
Facilitated by Kimberlie Chenoweth
Hosted by The Center for Human Flourishing & Sonja Linman, steward of the land at 7th Elder.

The Great Mother – (c) Flo Schell Visionary Art 2022 floschell.com

Born of a collective vision for sharing teachings and practices that create flourishing, this is the first in a series of events to be offered in the coming months. Please join us!

This two-part event is filled with wisdom and practices for deepening our relationship with Mother Earth in ways that continually regenerate resilience and wholeness, bringing exponential love for Her, for each of us, for our communities, and for the world.

Part 1
7 to 8:30 pm
Venue: Third Street Center, 520 S. Third Street, Carbondale

This will be an introductory evening to explore the roots of wisdom in western culture and the ways in which our culture has cut itself off from those deep roots, resulting in the unsustainable position we find ourselves and our world in today. But there is good news: the original wisdom is still there for us to source and embody in our lives today.

• Explore evidence of relationship with earth as the Great Mother in the beginnings of western civilization
• Explore two historical patterns of disconnection and discontent, and the ways these
unsustainable patterns are playing out in today’s world
• Prepare the ground for experiential healing and reconnection on Saturday

Suggested Donation $10

Questions? e-mail info@tcfhf.org

Part 2
9:30am – 4:30 pm, with potluck lunch
Venue: 7th Elder on Canyon Creek, Glenwood Springs (directions provided with registration)

Facilitated by Kimberlie Chenoweth, this will be a day for experiential healing and reconnection with the Great Mother, with teachings and practices that generate resilience and wholeness:

We will gather in a beautiful home on Canyon Creek, west of Glenwood Springs, venturing out onto sacred land for exercises and explorations that can restore our life force – our resilience, connectivity, and wide awake engagement with life, no matter what.

• Find center and ground wherever you are
• Restore life-giving exchange with the powers of the land
• Plant seeds for reconciliation and peace-making
• Participate in prayer-filled, thanksgiving ritual

Fee $60

To register: Email ‘YES!’ to Kimberlie at Kimberlie@kimberliechenoweth.com and make your Paypal payment of $60 at paypal.me/kimberliechenoweth.
There are 12 spaces available for Saturday. Say YES quickly!

Upon registration, you will receive directions to the venue and instructions about what to bring.

About our facilitator, Kimberlie Chenoweth
Kimberlie is the founder of “The Wholeness Project™ and creator of a transformational mentoring, training and initiation program. She is an Andean mesa carrier with a cross-cultural initiation. Kimberlie specializes in helping women bring their authentic essence to light, find true belonging, and flourish. Weaving earth and spirit … cultivating wild awake wholeness! www.kimberliechenoweth.com

About the land where we’ll be gathering: 7th Elder on Canyon Creek, hosted by Sonja Linman.
7th Elder, upon three acres of land in Canyon Creek, Glenwood Springs, is a sacred place to “Serve Our Servants.” 7th Elder is home to the Linman family, where they tend spaces for learning, meditation, gathering and celebration. And, where they honor the land as our oldest ancestor; from before humanity, from within all times of the indigenous Nuche people, and into our shared lives together.

About our host and sponsor: The Center for Human Flourishing invites individuals and communities to engage in opportunities for growth that ignite the full potential of the human spirit.

Questions? e-mail info@tcfhf.org


April 21, 2022
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm


Third Street Center

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