|promoting positive change through healing|
Sebastopol, CA 95472
A unique two-day event of presentations, discussions,
connection and a collaborative art project
for bringing more healing into our communities.
Friday, Sept 30th
An evening discussion featuring
Lissa Rankin MD
author of Mind Over Medicine and The Anatomy of a Calling
6pm Wine and Cheese reception
7:00pm Era of Care intro
Talk with Lissa Rankin MD
"How do we bring greater Healing into our Communities in these challenging times?"
8:30pm Discussion Panel with Special Guests TBA
$20-$40 sliding scale advanced tickets
How does our personal healing relate to the healing of our society and our planet?
How do we, as a community, do the real work of facing our shadow
and finding real ways to heal and care for each other?
Lissa will touch on issues vital and pertinent to our times, through the lens
of her significant work as a respected medical doctor and beloved change agent.
This is going to be a very unique and dynamic evening to launch
a healing collective project for Medicine Art Blankets the following day.
Healing and Transformation Through Art:
Featuring Artist Shiloh Sophia
A Community Medicine Blanket Project
and village celebration dinner with Ceres Project and special guests.
Lissa Rankin MD,
with guest artists and healers
10am-Noon Workshop with Shiloh Sophia
1-5pm Community Medicine Blanket Creation
5-6pm Closing Ceremony and Blessing of the Blankets with Sound Healers and Local Artists
6-8pm Dinner with Ceres Project
Special guest presentations during dinner
How do we bring energy into art as a potent medium of healing?
This day long event features the brilliant artist Shiloh Sophia, whose art has touched
thousands with its profound evocative quality, with a focus on feminine power and sacredness.
She will present on her process and guide us
in our own art process as we paint blankets (and possibly other items) that will
then go to those in need to receive the care and love they are infused with.
Village Celebration Dinner and Dialogue
with Ceres Project, featuring special guest speakers
Ceres Project- based in Sebastopol, CA- is a unique organization
which grows, cooks, and delivers healthy meals to house-bound and seriously ill individuals.
Their philosophy is 'food is medicine' and utilizes a team of volunteers of young people to garden, prepare, and cook the meals.