Cultivating Care


Cultivating Care on September 30, 2016 in Sebastopol, CA : A unique two-day event of presentations, discussions,
connection and a collaborative art project
for health and healing practitioners,
sacred activist s and providers of care
come to one or both events
Friday, Sept 30th
6pm -9:30pm​
An evening discussion featuring
Lissa Rankin MD
NY Times bestselling author of Mind Over Medicine,
The Anatomy of a Calling and The Fear Cure
"Changing the Way We Heal"
Lissa will present keys to support care practitioners face the challenges of their work and their life. Lissa is fired up about healing our broken health care system, one empowered patient and one conscious health care provider at a time.
This talk will be followed with an Intergenerational dialogue on issues vital for these challenging times.
We will be exploring such questions as:
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 filter of her significant work as a respected medical doctor and change agent.
An organic wine and cheese reception meet and greet from 6-7pm
​Non-alcoholic options will be served as well
Saturday Oct 1st
9:30am -7pm
A Collaborative Art Project with
Shiloh Sophia
and Lissa Rankin MD
Internationally known artist and teacher of Intentional Creativity,
founder of Cosmic Cowgirls and Color of Women School
"Transformation through Art"
Imagine one of the world's most gifted and renowned sacred artists sharing her secrets on how to bring your heart and soul into your creative process. Imagine a leading Doctor in mind body medicine talking about the role of intention in healing. Imagine this process convening in such a way as to offer you a profound transformational experience. And if that isn't enough...imagine this potent process will produce more

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