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Working in this World Workshop
Sat, April 29, 2017, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM EDT
How can we cultivate meaningful work for ourselves in the world, today? What does it take to manifest our unique “soul-based” service in our homes, communities, and workplaces? In this workshop, we’ll explore the natural setting of Imago Earth Center as we ask ourselves deeper questions about purpose, service, and the human soul. Nature can serve as a wonderful gateway for connecting with and understanding some of the mysteries of our soul and our unique purpose (soulwork). During our time, we’ll engage in council-based conversation, solo hiking/journeying, creative reflection, and various processes for identifying and integrating “meaningful work” into our lives. There’s no better time than now to gain clarity about the ways in which your specific gifts can serve our challenged world!
Led by Amy Tuttle:
Amy Tuttle, MA Transformative Arts, is deeply engaged in the work of nature-centered exploration of the human journey. Tuttle sees nature-based ceremony and art-making as a great tools for spiritual search, storytelling, and personal transformation. She has taught workshops on the intersection of “nature, art-making, and exploring the soul” at Grailville Program & Retreat Center, Imago Earth Center, and Sankofa House Cincinnati. She has led trainings, workshops, art classes, and art installations around the world: from India to Haiti. Tuttle has studied with teachers and coaches around the country and recently completed a nature-based Depth Council Training program with the Animas Valley Institute. She believes that the more connected we are to our sense of purpose, the more service we can offer our communities in these vital times!