Music, Art and Story:a Path of Hope and Healing
Nourish Your Heart
Stories, songs, art and contemplative practices t0 awaken your imagination and offer a well of solace, resilience and hope during challenging times. Join me to share timeless treasures in a journey that unites your inner world with the deep threads of beauty and meaning woven throughout history.
Kayleen Asbo, Ph.D is a cultural historian, musician, writer and teacher who passionately weaves together myth, psychology, history, and the arts with experiential learning. To learn more about Kayleen, click here
Tales of Sea, Sand and Stones
Saturday, May 6, 10:30 am PDT
Join Kayleen and Mythica faculty Gail Saunders, Lizzie Berne DeGear and Lucy Reiger as they offer a glimpse of deep ritual, ancient archeological excavations and the meeting between worlds in their recent pilgrimages to Israel and Greece.
Also available for later streaming.
Gratitude Cafe: Poems and Songs of Pilgrimage
Tuesday, May 9th at 10 am PDT
Also recorded for later viewing
One hour of heart-opening poetry by David Whyte, Rilke, Robert Bly, Chaucer and more, with world music of pilgrimage from Santiago Compostela to the shores of Hebrides Islands performed by Spanish guitarist and Celtic harpist Gabriel Hilmar. Register Here on a sliding scale ( zero-$40)
A portion of all donations to benefit wildlife restoration
Love Letters for Vincent
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