Join us at Hollyhock this August

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Moving into the Unknown – August 23 – 27, 2017

One of my favourite re-occurring events is the time I spend at the Hollyhock centre for learning and well-being. If you have never visited Hollyhock, it is located on Cortes Island, and it is a perfect place for transformative experiences. In August, my friend Kristen Scholfield-Sweet and I are presenting a 3-day workshop at Hollyhock called ‘Moving Into the Unknown’. If your calendar is open at the time, please come join us!

Until we acknowledge what is possible, we can neither intend it nor bring it into form. By cultivating a quiet mind and through body presence, we intend a connection with That which cannot be named. We enter into a continuous reciprocal relationship with the seen and unseen worlds.

During our time together we invite you to journey with us on ancient pathways of sound, silence, vision and trust to awaken reciprocities of respect.

Kristen Scholfield-Sweet, Ph.D. and Ann Mortifee, CM respectively have journeyed the pathways of many spiritual traditions. They have invited the daemon, the genius, the gift to come. They believe in it coming for you. Whether you have gone deeply or are just beginning to explore a living relationship with Mystery—all women welcome.

For more info or to register, link here

Ann Mortifee

Singer Ann Mortifee is a genre unto herself. Blessed with a remarkable four-octave range and a gift for impacting hearts with her music and lyrics, her albums, concerts, full-length musicals, scores (ballet, film, opera, TV), and In Love with the Mystery book have generated national/international distinctions and awards. She is an Order of Canada Member, the country’s highest civilian honour. A world traveller, compelling storyteller, and sought-after keynote speaker for major conferences, Ann creates and facilitates inspiring arts and consciousness workshops and co-founded two foundations - for social innovation and for forestry conservation. Based in BC, Ann is the wife of the late jazz flutist, Paul Horn.

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