Monthly Wisdom Circle: Soul Collage
The Wisdom Circle is a monthly event sponsored by The Oracle Institute and facilitated by Laurel Snyder. The Wisdom Circle is open to women and men who recognize that we all are teachers and lifelong students. Our simple yet profound goal is to heal and grow together, by sharing our knowledge and experience with each other. This year’s program will include topics and exercises involving experiential learning, discussion, and deep sharing.
Please RSVP if you plan to attend at: Katie@TheOracleInstitute.org
This month's theme is Soul Collage:
Soul Collage (c) is a process developed by psychotherapist Seena B. Frost. It uses intuition and synchronicity to express an aspect of your soul important for you now through creating a collage of meaningful images.
There are five card categories-Committee/Community/Companions/Council and the Shadow side of Neters. This class will start with creating a collage based upon focusing on "I am One who..."
Please bring (if available) a couple of meaningful photographs; magazines with photo images; calendars with scenes (Available for $1 at local dollar stores) anything with images you can cut and paste onto a 5X7 card; sharp scissors and glue sticks.
About Our Presenter(s)
For the past 20 years, Laurel Snyder served her community as a nationally board certified Holistic BSN, RN, HNB-BC. She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau-International Nursing Honor Society, a graduate of the Association for Research and Enlightenment Wayshower Program, and a Hypnotherapist. She has trained in Therapeutic Touch, Matrix Energetics, Reconnection Level 3, Merkaba Level 2, Shamanic healing, and Past Life Regression. Laurel’s lifelong interest in building community led to 45 years serving on community boards, including: Ardmore Business District Authority, Historical Architectural Review Board, Florida Hospital Celebration Board, LandCare Board, and the Mount Rogers Planning District Commission Executive Committee. Now retired, Laurel is interested in leading a peaceful life with her three dogs, providing an opportunity to share and learn from others, and continuing to build community in southwestern Virginia.