Saturdays, 2-4:30pm EST
October 2, 16, 30, November 20
It is important to commit to the entire course, as each section unfolds from the last. If it is necessary to miss a meeting, a recording will be available for one week following the meeting. The info to access the recordings will be shared after you register. All will need to be present for the first meeting.
About The Program
Check out Kim Rosen’s upcoming program The Virtual Poetry Dive, with Music, Movement, Writing, and Sharing and her article The Sound of Your Own Voice.
This is an invitation to radical self-honesty, realness, curiosity and community that will at least disrupt who you think you are, and possibly leave you, as Mary Oliver writes, “a bride married to amazement.”
Join us for an immersive soul excavation through music, poems, wisdom teachings, movement, meditation and inner journeying, as well as through group and dyad sharing. Optional homework explorations, readings and videos continue the conversation between gatherings, and the “Temple Wall”, a private social media site, provides a place to share and connect.
Kim has innovated unique techniques of working with the Zoom video platform to create a lush environment of music, poetry, movement, and connection. This is not 2.5 hours entrained to your device. It is an inner journey that will intentionally disrupt your ‘screen time’ because the primary focus is deep listening within. Who could have believed such intimacy and community was possible online?
In this four session course, you will navigate the anatomy of the soul, each session through a different portal:
Please consider joining this unique community of deep soul-divers.
It is important to commit to the entire course, as each section unfolds from the last. If it is necessary to miss a meeting, a recording will be available for one week following the meeting. All will need to be present for the first meeting.
Meet the Presenter
Kim Rosen, M.F.A., has awakened listeners around the world to the power of poetry to heal and transform individuals and communities. She is the author of Saved by a Poem: The Transformative Power of Words. Her work has been published in O Magazine, The Sun Magazine, Spirituality and Health Magazine, The Huffington Post, Feminist.com, HealYourLife.com and The Texas Review among others, and she was a recipient of the 2001 Robinson Jeffers Tor House Prize for Poetry. In 2010 she founded the Safe House Education (S.H.E.) Fund to give Maasai girls who have fled Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and Early Childhood Marriage an opportunity to go to college and transform the oppression of women in their families, their tribe and the world.