Becoming a Wisdom Keeper
Facilitated by Therese Charvet and Tere Carranza
In the last decades of your life….do you want to feel…..
- That your life continues to be meaningful, that you are making a positive contribution to your family, your community, the world?
- That you have cleaned up your baggage so as to leave a positive legacy for your lineage?
- That your personal spiritual path is deepened and enlivened?
- Connected, vibrant, and alive even as you prepare for death?
In this Journey, we will explore…..
How to face the changes of aging with resilience, grace and equanimity
How our personal spirituality can support us as we head into the Mystery
How to become a positive role model for the generations to come
Our fears about aging with our fellow travelers
The program includes 8 sessions over 10 months, always on a Saturday. Attendance at Session #1 or Session #2 is a requirement for participating in later sessions. All sessions are a full day.
Session 1: March 10: Preparing for the Journey: Charting our Course
Session 2: April 14, The Life Review Process
Session 3: May 12, Deepening our Skills as Sacred Witness
Session 4: July 14, Regrets, Fears and the Shadow side of Aging
Session 5: August 29-31, Making Friends with Solitude and Silence in the natural world A mini-quest at Ekone Ranch.
Session 6: October 13, Grief and Loss
Session 7: November 10, Preparing for Death and Dying Well
Session 8: December 8, The Journey as a Wisdom Keeper begins!
More detailed descriptions of these sessions are available by clicking here.
Throughout the program, we will experience a variety of modalities including
- Ceremony and ritual
- Journeying and visualization
- Drumming and singing
- Time in silence and prayer
Fees: $500 if paid in full by the second session; this includes the 2 night mini-quest at Ekone Ranch. $80/session if paid by the session except $150 for Aug 29-31
To Register: Please make a $100 deposit or pay the full amount ($500) using this PayPal link (you can use your credit card if you don’t have a PayPal account)
I Am Not Old
I am not old…she said
I am rare.
I am the standing ovation
At the end of the play.
I am the retrospective
Of my life as art
I am the hours
Connected like dots
Into good sense
I am the fullness
You think I am waiting to die…
But I am waiting to be found
I am a treasure.
I am a map.
And these wrinkles are
Imprints of my journey
Ask me anything.
– Samantha Reynolds,