Tue, Nov 16|
November FREE Weaving Sharing Circle
What are you weaving into the tapestry of your life?
Time & Location
Nov 16, 2021, 5:00 PM – Nov 17, 2021, 6:30 PM
About the Event
What are you weaving into your tapestry of life?
Weave; Weaving (verb v.)
1. to interlace (threads, words, actions) together
2. to make (something, such as a basket, tapestry of life, cloth) by intertwining
3. to interlace especially to form a texture, fabric, or design (or life)
4. to unite in a coherent whole
Every single day we are all weaving our life. Every word we speak, every tv show we watch, every song we listen to.
As a collective, we have fallen under an unconscious programming way of being in our day-to-day life. People use terms such as "Whatever, I don't Know, I don't care, You pick, It doesn't matter." Yet, every chord (every sound wave) has a frequency that is being played.
So, what if... we started to consciously become aware of every stitch we put into our tapestry? Every piece of yarn that we are interlacing into our lives?
What kind of world would we live in if we all listened to high-frequency music, became aware of every word that came out of our lives, and decided each step of the way what we wanted to intertwine into our day-to-day life?
This is what this weaving sharing circle is about.
Yes, we will also be learning how to LITERALLY weave. We will all learn together how to embroider, crochet, and knit throughout our weaving sharing circle journey, and work on all types of projects such as embroidering pillows, crocheting scarfs, and knitting hats.
For our first few sessions, we will be using a beautifully crafted embroidery kit with everything you need and learning how to weave these together. If you would prefer to work on your own project that is perfectly fine :)
We will also be practicing the metaphorical way of weaving in everything we do. The practice of literal weaving and the practice of metaphorical weaving will bring forth our Divine Femininity into new heights. Surrender and trust in the process sister.
Throughout our process, we will grow our bond of sisterhood so that none of us are alone and all of us are seen, heard and understood by each other while we walk the Divine Feminine Path together.
"As I told my stories of fear, awakening, struggle, and transformation and had them received, heard, and validated by other women, I found healing... I also needed to hear other women’s stories in order to see and embrace my own. Sometimes another woman’s story becomes a mirror that shows me a self I haven’t seen before. When I listen to her tell it, her experience quickens and clarifies my own. Her questions rouse mine. Her conflicts illumine my conflicts. Her resolutions call forth my hope. Her strengths summon my strengths. All of this can happen even when our stories and our lives are very different."
- From Dance of the Dissident Daughter by Sue Monk Kidd