‘Living your Life in a Larger Story’ on March 12

Posted in Community News, Literary

March 2, 2016

Living Your Life in a Larger Story: A StoryDome Workshop is scheduled for Saturday, March 12 from 9 to 5 p.m. at The StoryDome Space, Ken’s Korner

This workshop is designed to cultivate personal creativity, compassion, and community by deepening our relationships with ourselves, each other, and the natural world. We will integrate sacred ceremony, visual storytelling and a dynamic group process both inside and outside of the dome. Using a variety of arts-based techniques for creative self-expression, we will explore ways to apply this shift in consciousness in our daily lives.

Join us in discovering the joy of being alive in this vast sacred Universe that is our home. Transforming your personal story can change your life. Transforming our collective story can change the world.

The StoryDome is an immersive dome environment that uses the power of visual storytelling to explore the big human stories we tell ourselves about who we are, how we got here, and where we’re going. In our state-of-the-art StoryDome, we will be immersed in awe-inspiring experiences of the Universe Story, and the beauty and sacredness of all life on Earth.

‘Living Your Life in a Larger Story’ will be facilitated by Rick Ingrasci M.D., Hazel Bell-Koski, and Lizzy Shipman.

Live StoryDome shows will be performed by Joe Menth & James Whitcomb. Hazel & Lizzy will incorporate ritual elements from their Universe, Universe project into the workshop. Universe Universe: The Awe and Reverence Tour, is a mobile storytelling lodge that weaves the 14-billion-year story of the universe with indigenous knowledge and ways of being from around the world.

To register & for more information, contact Rick Ingrasci: 360- 632-2739 or email rick@bigmindmedia.com. Cost is $50 – $75 (sliding scale).

The StoryDome Space is located on Whidbey Island at Ken’s Corner Shopping Mall at the intersection of Hwy 525 and Langley Road. Enter the mall through the center door (Island Drug entrance), then turn left.

The StoryDome is an educational project of the nonprofit New Stories. For more information, see www.storydome.org and www.newstories.org.

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