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CLASSES, WORKSHOPS & EVENTS

October 06, 2018

9:00 am – 4:30 pm 

Doubletree Hotel   1775 East Cheyenne Mountain Blvd  
Colorado Springs Colorado 80906

 

"Navigating Heaven"

We warmly invite you to join us in vital conversations on life, death and the afterlife in beautiful Southern Colorado. Our speakers and panel members are leaders in consciousness with essential tools for how to die well and navigate the journey into the afterlife with confidence. 

This year we focus on guidance from multidimensional realms (Belinda Womack, Lafayette, CO), the importance of clearing the energy bodies beforehand (Melinda Chichester, Colo. Springs, CO) and creating your first-aid departure kit (panel). 

For more information, visit us online at www.consciouslivingdying.org  or connect with us on Facebook.

Conference Organizer, Marcia Beachy, Pueblo, CO 719-452-0156

Comfort, Connection, Illumination: An Afternoon with the Afterlife

March 25, 2018

1:30 pm – 5:00 pm 

New Thought Northern Colorado / Center for Spiritual Living

5628 McWhinney Blvd.,   Loveland, CO  ​

Featuring:

  • Sarina Baptista, award-winning medium, teacher, author

  • Roberta Grimes, J.D. , Vice-President of the Afterlife Research and Education Institute, and author of multiple books on aspects of the afterlife and After Death Communication; and

  • Paula Lenz, author of Driving Into Infinity.​

$20 General Admission, $10 IANDS Members. Reservations are not required. All are welcome and seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Presented by Boulder BEES & IANDS

Conscious Caregiving: Resilient Self-Care Practices

April 07, 2018

with Deborah Steinmann and Kitty Edwards

 9:00 am – 5:30 pm   ​April 7-8, 2018 

Boulder, CO  

Our capabilities as caregivers are intertwined with our state of being which includes: body awareness, balance, feelings of safety, curiosity, frustration, fatigue, anxiety and patterns of movement. 

 

This workshop care partners learn ways to build their resilience, maintain balance, and process complex emotions with provides a reliable and pleasant way to relax and restore ease and vitality to one’s state of being.  Participants will build an understanding of what their state of being is, in the moment, and integrate strategies to enhance it so that they are more prepared to care compassionately for themselves and others.

Participants in this workshop will:

  • ​Recognize and clarify some of the fundamental movement patterns they rely on every day.

  • Discover Awareness through Movement techniques that restore flexibility, energy and balance.​

  • Explore the concept of over care and the HeartMath® tools that enable a coherent state of being.

  • Build awareness of stepping in and stepping out of the roles that fill their lives.

  • Develop rituals and ceremonies that honor the thresholds that we cross while caring for ourselves and others.

 

This 14-hour workshop is appropriate for all kinds of care partners. 

Conscious Transitions: Living With Dying

June 09, 2018

with Kitty Edwards, Deborah Owen-Sohocki and Naya Devi

 9:00 am – 5:30 pm   ​June 9-10, 2018 

Boulder, CO  

The signature offering of the Living & Dying Consciously Project, Conscious Transitions: Living with Dying is an experiential  2-day workshop in which participants learn and practice ancient techniques

to help the dying and their caretakers manage the complexities of death and find a measure of peace. 

This 14-hour experiential workshop is designed to help people approach death consciously. Participants will discover and learn a variety of techniques to help the dying person and their loved ones find peace. These techniques will expand your understanding of preparing for death as a rite of passage, including the psychological and emotional closure needed in the dying process.

This program draws from the wisdom of the ancient traditions as well as current research in the field.  Participants have found their lives enriched and their work with clients transformed through the discovery of a new relationship with death. 

Conscious Transitions: Living With Dying

October 13, 2018

with Kitty Edwards, Deborah Owen-Sohocki and Naya Devi

 9:00 am – 5:30 pm   October 13-14, 2018 

Colorado Springs, CO  

The signature offering of the Living & Dying Consciously Project, Conscious Transitions: Living with Dying is an experiential  2-day workshop in which participants learn and practice ancient techniques

to help the dying and their caretakers manage the complexities of death and find a measure of peace. 

This 14-hour experiential workshop is designed to help people approach death consciously. Participants will discover and learn a variety of techniques to help the dying person and their loved ones find peace. These techniques will expand your understanding of preparing for death as a rite of passage, including the psychological and emotional closure needed in the dying process.

This program draws from the wisdom of the ancient traditions as well as current research in the field.  Participants have found their lives enriched and their work with clients transformed through the discovery of a new relationship with death. 

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UPCOMING EVENTS BY MONTH

 

JANUARY – JUNE 2018 

January 12, 2018

Infinite Alignment Retreat Center

Offered by John Fick & Christine Pollock

Evergreen, Colorado

Join Christine Pollock, John Fick and a small community of like-minded souls for a special, day-long experiential small group retreat at Infinite Alignment's Rocky Mountain Retreat Center. Treat yourself to an unplugged day and discover the power of mindfulness and energy healing to awaken, empower and refresh your body and soul.  

 

A small group retreat is a unique opportunity to align yourself with pure consciousness and  the embodiment of high vibrational healing energy. As a group we will be entering a field of energy full of love, support, and pure potentiality. During the day, you'll experience activating meditations, transformational mindfulness practices, relaxing breath work, awareness movement, vibrational sound healing, and empowered states of Being. 

January 13, 2018

Presented by Sheila Foster

Temple of the Sacred Feminine

Boulder, CO

10 am - 11:30 am  /  12:30 - 2:00 pm

What is your story and how much of it is limiting who you truly are by what you believe yourself to be, and how you are in your life and world? 

 

Writing our stories, whether in short poems or longer pieces, can reveal to us what our unconscious mind and heart know to be true.  Let's stir the cauldron of our creative juices and have some fun letting words play with us!

Attend one or both sessions. Online and in-person programs offered.

January 20, 2018

The Way of the Shaman®: Shamanic Journeying, Power, and Healing 

The Foundation for Shamanic Studies Basic Workshop in Core Shamanism

January 20-21, 2018   Fort Collins, CO

This fun and experiential workshop is where it all begins! Come and learn the basics of core shamanism, including divination techniques, and journeying to the realms of the spirits. This workshop is the gateway to all of the advanced FSS weekend workshops, and to the long residential training programs.

 

Instructor:  Robbie Staufer, FSS Faculty Member

January 20, 2018

Boulder, CO

10:00 am – 5:00 pm Saturday, January 20

9:00 am – 12:30 pm  Sunday, January 21

Clear your personal energy field to start the new year refreshed and vitalized.

 

The Peruvian Q'ero, lightworkers of the Andes, have shared energetic processes (or rites) that clear an individual's body, mind and soul of heavy energies. Nine rites are offered in this class; they offer protection, stimulate intuition, release heavy energies from the body and mind, and align the soul with its higher purpose.

 

The Munay-Ki is especially helpful in these challenging times of great change. The rites help those who receive them to align with their soul's journey and moved forward fearlessly with integrity toward who we are becoming. They offer us the opportunity to clear what no longer serves us and bring energies into our lives that awaken our potential for light and love.​

Facilitated by Christine Hart, Rekha Ohal and Gwindolyn Samia Lehman  Class size limited to 12 persons

 LOCATION:

Twin Lakes Clubhouse

4878 Twin Lakes Road

Boulder 80301

 

Cost: $150 per person    

January 20, 2018

Presented by Ruby Seaton - Artlife Creation

North Boulder, CO   

Our rapidly transforming world truly needs all of our contributions, so that we together can create life-affirming new realities. In this ongoing program, we explore a wide range of creative activities and ways of being, to uncover our own unique contributions to the world.  

All can reveal themselves as pivotal clues to our life’s sacred tasks, and reawaken our deepest aliveness. 

Here, in reconnecting with our original life purpose, we discover deep wellbeing and unique— often surprisingly unexpected—gifts for the world.

 

This ongoing program includes one day-long gathering and one evening meeting each month, self-designed art-in-life projects, individual coaching sessions, and the mutually supportive collaborations of an evolving community.

January 23, 2018

Presented by Ruby Seaton - Artlife Creation

Six Tuesday evenings  6:00 - 8:00 pm

January 23-February 28, 2018

North Boulder, CO   

Feeling overwhelmed  by what's going on in the world today? Are you in need of resources to help you live with so much turmoil and uncertainty? Being creative can offer a meaningful outlet in challenging times. Exploring with paint and clay, or making a collage, is a natural way to express our feelings and offer us clues to new ways of negotiating an unsettled world. Classes incorporate practice in how to use numerous materials, individual tutorials and plenty of open exploration time.

January 27, 2018

Presented by Dominie Cappadonna

10 Saturday mornings  9:30 am – 12 noon

January 27 – March 31, 2018  

Join us in exploring our spiral dance of creative aging, embracing age old wisdom of our natural unfolding

and the wild mystery of an unknown future as wise elders.

As clan with abundant others who contemplate aging and maturing, we invite deep dialogue of shared issues and unique perspectives. We are not alone, yet listening with ear to a shell, for intuitions of a larger sea change for ourselves and each other.​ Re-visioning our lives through staying nimble, aware and awake to the currents, ebbs and flows of our own and each other's needs and wants, in tandem with community opportunities. ​

February 10, 2018

Foundation for Shamanic Studies Advanced Workshop

Instructor: Robbie Staufer, FSS Faculty Member

February 10-11 2018  Boulder, CO

Participants learn how to deal with the issue of dying and the destiny of souls from a shamanic perspective. The workshop is both for those who wish to learn for themselves, and for those who wish to help others who are in terminal situations or who have already passed on. Workshop content includes learning how to become experientially familiar with the after-death realms, tracking a person using shamanic journeying, completing unfinished business, helping a person to cross over, and classic psychopomp work.

February 17, 2018

Foundation for Shamanic Studies Advanced Workshop

Instructor: Ellen Winner, CSC

February 17-18  2018  Cheyenne, Wyoming

Participants learn how to deal with the issue of dying and the destiny of souls from a shamanic perspective. The workshop is both for those who wish to learn for themselves, and for those who wish to help others who are in terminal situations or who have already passed on. Workshop content includes learning how to become experientially familiar with the after-death realms, tracking a person using shamanic journeying, completing unfinished business, helping a person to cross over, and classic psychopomp work.

Grief Walk

February 23, 2018

9:00 am - 12 noon

South Mesa Trailhead

Boulder

Walk in safe company and find solace on the mountain on this 2.6 mile hike (482 ft elevation gain), led by  City of Boulder OSMP Naturalist, Melissa Reed-Eckert, who knows first-hand the nourishing support of our open space lands and their powers in mending the broken heart.

 

Note: this walk is not a substitute for therapy with a licensed professional. Bring strap-on traction for your boots, like yak tracks or micro-spikes, since trails may be slick and icy. Meet at South Mesa Trailhead for a hike on the Towhee Trail. Please leave dogs at home.

 

Follow this link for a map to the meeting place.  https://bouldercolorado.gov/osmp/south-mesa-trailhead

Natural Selections - Boulder OSMP

February 24, 2018

Infinite Alignment Retreat Center

Offered by John Fick & Christine Pollock

Evergreen, Colorado

Join Christine Pollock, John Fick and a small community of like-minded souls for a special, day-long experiential small group retreat at Infinite Alignment's Rocky Mountain Retreat Center. Treat yourself to an unplugged day and discover the power of mindfulness and energy healing to awaken, empower and refresh your body and soul.  

 

A small group retreat is a unique opportunity to align yourself with pure consciousness and  the embodiment of high vibrational healing energy. As a group we will be entering a field of energy full of love, support, and pure potentiality. During the day, you'll experience activating meditations, transformational mindfulness practices, relaxing breath work, awareness movement, vibrational sound healing, and empowered states of Being. 

Full Moon - Relaxing through Forest Bathing

March 01, 2018

6:00 - 8:00 pm

Sawhill Ponds Recreation Area

South Boulder

Stressed out from classes, life, or just in need of some structured time in the woods? Join City of Boulder OSMP staff under a brilliant full moon to learn the restorative practice of Shinrin Yoku– the Japanese art of forest bathing, and enjoy the woods of Boulder.

 

This hike is also ideal for someone just getting into hiking or slowing down after many years of enjoying the outdoors. We’ll take a moment to experience the physiological benefits of utilizing the land, trees, and ecosystems of OSMP to heal and add value to our lives. This hike offers stationary periods where we will observe and reflect, so bring extra warm layers to keep yourself comfortable. 

City of Boulder OSMP