Women Artists Gather from around the world to mend racialized trauma through connection, education, conversation and Intentional Creativity®
**Our circle series is now complete and we will communicate about what's next soon! **
Our Founder Shiloh Sophia invites all women members in our MUSEA : Intentional Creativity® community and those connected with our members to join us.
Calls are often not recorded, and we encourage you to join us live. We will work together in an INTENTIONAL CREATIVITY® process to awaken and integrate.
Details to prepare are provided upon registration. By registering for this call you will also be included in other announcements. You may unsubscribe at anytime. We will not share your information.
"Women, if the soul of the nation is to be saved, I believe that you must become its soul." ~ Coretta Scott King
Our Intentional Creativity community is formed by women from all over the world working together. Part of our Vision is to lift up the voices of women.
Intentional Creativity Teachers together for a Color of Woman Gathering in 2019 at MUSEA: Sonoma, CA
A message from Shiloh Sophia:
We are inviting you to explore with us in a Circle for Mending Racialized Trauma using Intentional Creativity.
We had a very powerful opening circle in June led by Lauren Adorno-Weatherford and Semerit Strachan. Thank you to all who have participated each month since.
All women of all cultures are invited to join. These circles are emergent and evolving as we educate ourselves. Each of us is learning and growing as we go. By registering you will be notified of all Re-Membering Circles. With the on-going leadership of Semerit and Lauren women artists and leaders within our community will continue to speak with us on mending racialized trauma.
Join us in prayer for the healing of our nation and share your love and support for people of color. With a hopeful heart for healing, and a deeply profound love this community.
Blessings to each of you on your path, as women, let us 're-member' ourselves.
~ Shiloh Sophia
Curator, Intentional Creativity
Intentional Creativity gathering at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, 2016
"She Who Walks with Her Ancestors"
Painting by Spirit Warrior Carmen Baraka
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These experiences are made possible by the Intentional Creativity Foundation 501(c)3 and the generous donations from our membership and community.
Consider making a donation which goes directly to cover the costs associated with bringing the education forward and payments being offered for each speaker.
MUSEA : Intentional Creativity www.musea.org is committed to equality, inclusion and justice for all beings. We believe creativity is a basic human right and have worked to make equitable and affordable education available for over thirty years with a focus on women. At the heart of our work is the desire to support individuals in identifying oppressive frameworks and empowering them to identify and work to heal all forms of oppression within themselves, and their communities.
Save the Date for additional gatherings on Re-Membering Circles for Mending Racialized Trauma working with Intentional Creativity®
January 11with Spirit Warrior Carmen Baraka
Same time for all Circles: 1pm HT | 4pm PT | 7pm ET | Next Day 1am CEST | 9am AEST | 11am NZST
Spirit Warrior Carmen Baraka
There are many paths to creator, I have walked quite a few. I believe that the more paths you walk, the better your understanding of others. I have held Native American Circles for women and girls for over 30 years. My work is about finding your core truth. Spirit Awakening through Ceremony, connecting with Ancestors and Spirit Guides and embracing Mother Earth and her messages.
Healing hands work ~ healing through shifting energy.
My art has been pen and ink, meditative line drawing. Book: Land of ZaBaDa. One of my joys is playing drums and percussion, avant-garde, improv, world music. I believe playing music opens pathways into quantum consciousness. My message at the end of any day is “Live your Joy”.
Aho Mitakuye Oyasin, We Are All Related
Members of our Guild community standing in front of the Black Madonna in Paris, 2014: Lauren Adorno-Weatherford, Cynthia Harrison, Shiloh Sophia and Carol Mahinda