9am PT / 12pm ET
Your life is a creative expression of who you are. In the twelve interviews in this new summit, our world-class teachers will help you connect with your creative spirit. The Embody Your Creative Spirit Summit will explore creativity and the creative spirit from different angles including embodiment work, dream work, Jungian psychology, and mythology.
Each of us comes into this world with a creative spirit. The connection with this spirit is the source of a greater sense of who you truly are and how to live a meaningful life. However, one of our fundamental challenges is to embody this spirit and give form to it. Life is a continuous stream and we are often asked to find new answers and ways of being, when presented with troubles. This summit helps you to tap into your potential and express it. Each session includes a practical exercise or a tool for those seeking inspiration and wanting to bring their creative spirit further into the world.
With 12 sessions, you’ll get the chance to:
- Explore your somatic awareness, artistic creativity, and imagination.
- Learn how to express yourself creatively.
- Learn about your creative spirit and how to invite it into your life.
- Gain the confidence to be creative and get inspired to realize your talent.
Living Your Embodied Soul Spark with Tina Stromsted, PhD
Thursday, April 7, 9am PT/12pm ET
Creativity, says Tina, is the “Divine child” within us. Our body — the temple holding this creativity inside it — dreams of the potentials yet to come. But the task is not simple. Even though it can spring up through the cracks of adversity, pointing to where our life’s energy is taking us, the creative spirit needs tending and cherishing for it to bloom.
Breath, curiosity, and a hovering awareness allow us to become more comfortable with the unknown. As we open ourselves to the deep treasures that have been incubating in the dark, the creative spark sets into motion events that bring a profound sense of nourishment and renewal from an inner source.
Through Jung’s Active Imagination and natural movement, we can give form to what was not yet visible in the unconscious. And, we can then begin to dialogue with it—through free writing, dance, drawing, dream work, singing, and other arts — to inform, direct, and enrich our life. These embodied methods allow the body to remember why it is here, its purpose, its destination — that is experiencing healing, embodiment, and incarnation—in ourselves, in our community, and the life we hope to see in the world.
During this session you’ll discover:
- How the body and natural movement can give form to the unconscious
- How to open yourself to a creative spark
- That creativity enriches your life, and get inspired to express your gifts – to help make the world a better place.
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