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A New Mythology of The Feminine: Illuminating Culture and Remembering A Sacred Earth

A conversation with Sarah Drew, author of Gaia Codex, and futurist, Schuyler Brown.

What are the quintessential stories, the blueprints and new archetypes that gives us roots and wings for the future?

What are the new mythologies for humanity in these time of great change?

All is created through us. What will we create together? The choice is ours.

Join futurist, Schuyler Brown, and author, Sarah Drew, in an exploration of the feminine principle on the planet; the mythologies that will help us bring this powerful force into balance and integration with the masculine; and what we need to midwife potent new cultures that will seed and inspire a regenerative future for generations to come.

This evening will include a reading of Sarah Drew's novel, the GAIA CODEX, a sumptuous global epic that reveals the hidden histories of a world long forgotten, the secret wisdom of an ancient lineage of women, the Priestesses of Astera, who through the rise and fall of cultures, gather to birth the world anew. Set in a near future of impending societal and environmental collapse, the novel is a tale of hope and remembrance, as well as an inspired vision of humanity’s origins and of the potential we hold for conscious evolution.

After the reading, we will invite the audience into a discussion of these important questions:

- How can fiction help us reach Truth?

- What stories do we yearn for now?

- What ancient female archetypes are reawakening in our culture?

- What are the emergent female archetypes that are moving through us to create our future?

- How can men and women create a powerful, compassionate, regenerative future together?

This event is open to women and men; those who have read the book and those who have not; all dreamers and enjoyers of story.

Includes a copy of the Gaia Codex.

About Sarah Drew

As the visionary author of the groundbreaking eco-feminist fantasy GAIA CODEX, Sarah is inspired by regenerative narratives that give us a both a deeper understanding of our past and powerful blueprints for the future. Here work focuses on a deep alchemical gnosis that is both intimately personal and transpersonal in its collective intent. She has been a featured speaker at organizations such as Google and is currently a popular guest teacher and mentor for women worldwide on topics such as Feminine Wisdom and Evolutionary Culture. She has cultivated a passionate and exponentially growing social media community of 120,000 plus members.

Sarah’s work expresses a deep curiosity and a polymathic approach to exploring multiple disciplines with a focus on humanity’s evolution, the cultivation of compassion and our multi-generational nurturance of Mother Earth. Sarah studied Religious Studies at UC Berkeley and has had the blessing to travel extensively around the world from high plateaus of Tibet to the Amazon jungle to live and study with key lineage teachers.

Sarah’s professional experience includes early forays into creating content for virtual reality platforms and subsequently working as a producer and content creator on media projects that have explored the edges of digital technology, consciousness and visionary narrative. She has currently teamed with visionary film producer and social activist, Jane Charles producer of SOLD (The Movie) to bring GAIA CODEX to the screen through their production company Vessel Creative Media.

Sarah lives with her life partner in Manhattan and on a lush forested farm in the Hudson Valley. Explore more about Sarah Drew and the Gaia Codex at www.GaiaCodex.com.


About Schuyler Brown

Schuyler is a futurist, facilitator, and communications consultant. Her company, Sightful, provides insight, strategy, and training to create conscious organizations and support visionary leaders. She has worked with leading global brands such as Facebook, Microsoft, Levi’s, and the Ford Foundation on innovation, empathy, and cultural awareness. She was named one of Origin Magazine's 100 Top Creatives; and has taught social innovation at The School of Visual Arts. As a dedicated yogi, dancer, and student of Vedanta and Sanskrit, her work infuses contemporary business practices with mystical and feminine wisdom.


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