WAY STATION

Surrender, Imagining and Transformation

 

In January, we met to talk about how to meet these times in a good way.

We asked, “How do we emerge to create something new?”

What surfaced during our time together were the “Rs”: Reckoning, Remembering, Resolution, Repercussions, Revision, Reclamation and Repair.

What you’re probably noticing: as these themes show up in our local and national landscapes, they are also showing up for you personally.

Where are you seeing these Rs work on you and around you? You cannot plan for the transformation they require, or expect the path to unfold in an orderly, sensible fashion. No. As you are journeying, you also are being journeyed.

Meet us at the next Way Station. We will identify what is emerging politically and energetically, explore how to work with the unfolding patterns, take comfort in one another’s wisdom and then keep going.

Prepare to Work Differently

Who is this gathering for?

This gathering is for people who see that there is work to be done in this time of national crisis, but who understand that we have to work differently to create something new. It’s for those of us who need to better understand how to approach this work imaginatively, courageously, and sustainably.

Is this for me?

This event is for you if you:

  • Know this moment is a pivotal moment in our history and are willing to take part in writing the script of what comes next.
  • Feel confused, overwhelmed, or afraid about the moment in history we are experiencing.
  • Don’t want to look back years from now and know you could have done things differently.

What will be covered?

Together, we will explore:

  • Understanding the political urgency of this moment, and the ways to meet it head on.
  • Grounding in our spiritual roots to harness discernment, filter out the noise, and move into aligned action.
  • Moving from theory and conversations into action that breaks the cycle of generational pain and oppression.

When is it happening?

Friday, April 23, 2021 from 3pm-8pm EDT.

 

Who are the instructors?

Nicole Lee

Nicole Lee is a diversity, equity and inclusion expert, leadership coach, nationally recognized speaker, and strategist. She regularly consults with nonprofits, schools, businesses and political and social movements to improve their climate for themselves and all those that they serve.

She is the founder of Inclusive Life™ and the convener of the Inclusive Life Accelerator event series, dedicated to integrating politics and spirituality.

Nicole also co-founded the Black Movement-Law Project (BMLP), providing legal assistance to the Movement for Black Lives and other justice movements.

Sarah Love McCoy

Sarah Love McCoy is an artist, writer and teacher working on expanding and awakening the power of love in herself and human hearts the world over.

Creator of the “I Stand For Love” Calendar (in its 17th year in print!), Sarah’s best known for her daily nuggets of inspiration.

The belief that healing our inner wounds, learning to trust our hearts, moving energy through our hands (while getting out of our heads) and coming together in community as a path towards a more loving tomorrow is the philosophy behind Sarah’s mission and purpose.

Lindsay Pera

Lindsay is the CEO of the Modern Mystics Institute and founder of the Mystics Society. As a Mystic mama, tech entrepreneur and intuitive strategist she’s a sought after contributor and motivator on all topics health, wealth and transformation.

When she is not extolling the virtues of “Sacred Commerce” or “Resonance” based business, you can find her knocking almonds and generally getting her gratitude on.

Lindsay’s new paradigm business community, The Mystic’s Society, is a safe haven for entrepreneurs weaving magic into their *work* in the world. It is her passion to direct resources into the hands of entrepreneurs, creatives, and world changers.

What is the cost?

All voices are valued, and we do not want cost to be an obstacle to those who wish to join. We ask that you consider the value of this sacred space and contribute accordingly.

Those who have limited professional and spiritual development funds available will choose a different investment from than those who have ample funds available. Most will contribute between $50 – $500 to support this work. You’re asked to name an investment level that stretches you and creates enough tension that you’re fully committed to the work without putting you in financial hardship.

You already know what that number is. Trust that knowing…this is where the work begins!

What if I can’t make it live?

The Way Station is a live experience. It’s an opportunity to gather, refuel and reimagine for the political and spiritual journey ahead. Come and be with us in the moment.

Is this class a safe space?

Known in their individual circles as thoughtful, kind, and trustworthy guides, Nicole, Sarah, and Lindsay seek to center their anti-racism work in honesty while grounding it love. All seekers are supported and empowered here.

How do I sign up?

Join by clicking the button, and you’re in.

LET’S MOVE FORWARD

TOGETHER.

 

 

 

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