Dates:

Saturday, September 24, 1-4:30 pm EDT*

Program Cost:

    By optional donation, all are welcome.

Recording:
This program will NOT be recorded.

About The Program

Check out Kim Rosen’s upcoming on-site program, A Feast of Losses: Turning Towards Aging, Death and Letting Go, and her videos, Death’s Door Q&A and If I Go to War Now.

Join Kim Rosen for this next adventure into the unexpected intimacy, connection and authenticity possible through the miracle of Zoom in alchemy with music, the poetry of the inner life, dancing, writing, sharing — all held in a strong vessel of ceremony and shared intention…

This will be an immersion in poems, music, movement and silence designed to liberate the flow of your feelings and free your unique expression — through words, voice, body, sound and silence. In a circle committed to authenticity, risk-taking and self-honesty, inhibitions fall and all aspects of being, from the darkest to the brightest, are welcomed.

From a participant: “This is one of the best experiences I ever had. It was such a gift to be free to be immersed so deeply in sound, the sound of your voice, the upwelling of the music. It was one of the most completely immersive all-encompassing few hours. Fishes and loaves all in one, sustaining. In many ways this moment in time has brought blessings I never expected to receive again because of the difficulty of travel and the limitations of sound and sight age has brought me. But they were overcome this glorious afternoon.”

The focus is more on the soul’s unfoldment than on poetry per se. Poetry is the language of intimacy with self and others. It can invite us to strip our masks and give naked voice to the deepest place within us….

By optional donation, all are welcome.

Meet the Presenter

Kim Rosen

Kim Rosen

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.