In this time of tumultuousness on our planet, we are called to reflect on our individual and collective potential for awakening. In order to do this, it is sometimes helpful or even necessary to alter our states of consciousness. We can do this with spiritual practices that allow us to listen to Spirit and attune us even more deeply to the wisdom within and all around us.
Nighttime is a powerful time to dive into our dreams and draw forth the wisdom they hold for us. With Fidel Moreno, indigenous teacher, filmmaker, and Native Rights activist, we will spend an entire night together in ceremony, interspersing sleep between music and movement, healing chants, and offerings made to Spirit and Mother Earth. The visions that will guide you into your superconscious life are waiting for you.
A light breakfast will be provided.
$150-$250 Sliding Scale
Fidel Moreno identifies as Huichol, Chichimeca and Mexican-American. He is an Oscar nominee in the Best Short Documentary category as co-producer and co-director of “Wiping the Tears of 7 Generations,” and a three-time Telly Award winner for “The Peyote Road” and “500 Nations.” Raised in both old Mexico and the Midwest area of the United States, Moreno’s work in documentary film and video since 1983 has focused on the struggle and dialogues of indigenous people and communities in Canada, the United States, Mexico and Central America. He has worked directly with many communities, aboriginal leaders, chiefs and elders in documenting environmental actions and issues, human rights violations, and crisis relief services. Moreno is an activist who is passionate about working with youth and children through cultural literacy skill building, emotional development, and purposeful life navigation.
This workshop is co-hosted by the Brooklyn Center for Sacred Activism, a live-in/live-out intentional community committed to radical personal and social transformation.
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