Parallel Event (May 2019)

April 26, 2019

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The May 2019 New England NWTA Parallel Event

“Archetypes:  “Accessing the Inner Magician”

Join Gary Einsidler and other brothers to explore the “third quadrant” of the mature masculine archetypes. Your “Inner Magician” can guide you to:

  • gain perspective and generate options
  • think critically using logic
  • exercise sound judgement and make accurate assumptions
  • spark imagination and creativity
  • grow your intuition and observation skills
  • ask powerful questions by tracking verbal and non-verbal body language

In this workshop we will do exercises to embody and process the archetypal energies, and take away simple, yet profound facilitation skills to bring back to your I-groups.

Gary Einsidler, aka Riverbear, has been involved with MKP since he was initiated in 1999. He supported and was mentored by Guthie Sayen and Scott McClane, before he became a full leader of PIT trainings from 2006-2012. Gary has staffed NWTA weekends approaching 30 times. He was a Leader in Training (LIT) and has been a member of the LKS since 2001. Gary’s current passion is working with incarcerated men, facilitating and staffing circles with The Jericho Circle Project’s weekend intensives.

No food or lunch will be provided. Please bring your own snack for when we break. Bring a journal and pen to write with. Bring an open heart and mind. We will use our “CCP” (Co-Creative Contribution Process) to cover costs. Men are invited to stay for the Purification and Renewal Ceremony, and to support new brothers at the Dance.

Contact Robert Werme reverendrhythms@gmail.com to register. Please register as early as possible to enable us to prepare materials. Thank you!

    Where: Clara Barton Camp, N. Oxford, MA
    When: Saturday, May 18th, 2018 from 1 pm – 5 pm
    (followed by an optional P & R ceremony; Brother Dance and community connection)

    Cost:  CCP



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