Offered on Monday from 1 - 3 PM EST:
We often look elsewhere for stories, oblivious to the fact that our lives are the most powerful stories we ever have come across.
Now, during this space in which we are practicing “the art of being fully human in a time of crisis,” we invite you to share and explore your stories.
Together, we are co-creating a space where the stories that need to emerge, can emerge and be heard.
We will begin, in our first session by gathering to share some stories from this time of “pandemic”:
What are some of the moments from your experience that stand out for you? That call out to be shared? As a preparation for the session, take some time to sit with this, maybe go for a walk, in nature if you can, and bring what arises with you.
We will facilitate an exploration to dive deeper into our stories as a group and learn from what emerges.
From there, we invite you into the option to journey through 4 more weekly sessions, as we evolve together in exploration of the stories of our upbringing, the stories of our society/culture that got passed along, the stories that move within us, and the ways we can or already are changing the stories that we live.
Facilitated by Vineeta Sood and Rick Feltington Vineeta Sood is an author, an educator, a coach, a facilitator and a life-long learner. She creates empathetic and empowering learning spaces and processes for children, parents and educators, which enable them to grow and evolve together. She is the Founder-director of ‘Anubhav: Cocreating Learning for change’ and is passionate about her initiative: ‘The Stories We Live’.
Rick Feltington is a writer, storyteller, educator, creative facilitator, and web developer who values listening, empathy, musical play, silliness, and social innovation. He is the creator of “The Prophecy of the Great Brightening” a theatrical story that weaves in song and community connection practices.