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WISEWOMAN FORUM: Living More Sustainably and Mindfully to Protect and Honor Our Sacred Earth, with Sundance Metelsky

  • Sunday, September 12, 2021
  • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • Zoom, Eastern Time
  • 12


Discussion Group

Our Sacred Home, the Earth, needs our help to preserve and protect our natural resources -- the air we breathe, the ground we walk on, the water we drink, the Beings we share our  home planet with -- the animals, plants, insects, and more. In this discussion, we will share ways that we can live with more intention in terms of our impact on the earth, taking into account how our actions impact the greater ecosystem in which we live. We are also invited to consider larger scale changes - at the corporate and government levels - to reduce waste and protect the environment. Let’s share ideas about living sustainably with each other. It is easy to feel overwhelmed and discouraged by the significant and detrimental impact that humans have had on the Earth. While holding this truth, we can also open to ways that we can be more mindful and sustainable in our lives. We are invited to consider our actions, large and small, and the changes that we have made or that we would like to make to lessen our impact on the Earth.  

Sundance Metelsky is an existential shamanic mystic who has been walking the shamanic path since 1992. She has studied shamanism and shamanic techniques with Rena Yount, Tom Cowan, Nan Moss, David Corbin, Dana Robinson, Adam Davis, Mary Tyrtle Rooker, and with many helping spirits. She is the founder of the Weather Dancing Circle and is a member of the Universal Temple of Spirits, Sacred Women’s Circle, Sister Dreamers, WiseWoman Forum, and the Jung Society of Washington, where she is a regular attendee of classes and workshops. She is also a seminar student at the Philadelphia Association of Jungian Analysts. She has a BA in English Literature with a Minor in Psychology from the University of Maryland, and an MA in Liberal Arts from St. John's College Graduate Institute. Sundance led the sustainability team at her job to identify ways to improve environmental impact in the workplace. She cares deeply about the Earth and all Beings on the Earth.

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