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Embodied Transformation: Unsticking Our Stuck Relationships
June 3 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
Despite all the work you’ve already done in Recovery, are there aspects of your life that feel dull, dim and dragging? Does your heart and soul yearn to step even further from fear in victimhood and toward more freedom in the ACA Promises? REGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR ZOOM SAFETY: email Alison at [email protected] for Zoom codes. PARTICIPANT PREPARATION FOR SUCCESS DEATILS BELOW. Suggested donation: $20 per workshop. Space is limited to 100 Participants. The Zoom room will open 15 minutes before starting time and lock 5 minutes after we begin. Workshop duration: 2 hours.
Participant Preparation For Success:
— This is an ACTIVE Recovery space that intends to welcome in the connection we would enjoy if we were physically together–fully and mutually seen, heard, and held.
— Participants choose to update their Zoom app beforehand.
— Participants create a sacred, supportive, confidential space in the physical locations we are Zooming in from.
— Participants are prepared to stay on video throughout our time together, and have easy access to the Chat and Reactions functions.
— Participants are acclimated to turning inward and focusing on our own healing, largely free from blame and shame, owning 100% of our Recovery.
— Participants hold a deep, affectionate, relationship with an unconditionally loving Higher Power.
*** To co-create our sacred Zoom space, each Participant will be invited to share an item or movement that embodies their spiritual intention (purpose) for why they come to the workshop space.
*** We will likely be inviting use of art/craft materials (e.g. markers, pencils, crayons, watercolors, paint, clay, wood, soap, yarn) and other expressive art media (e.g. music/song writing, dance, poetry/prose).
*** Write and mail 7th Tradition checks to: Greater Western USA Region; PO Box 73; Arroyo Grande, CA 93421
*** Contact Alison at [email protected] for Zoom codes or pre-workshop prep questions.
Sponsored by GWU Region 2