How did you learn about Art of Hosting (please add the date and place) and what attracted you to it?
I first came to the Art of Hosting in 2006 at Gold Lake Mt. Resort outside of Boulder, CO. I was drawn to AoH because of how this stream was a key part of the work my dear Women Moving the Edge sisters were engaged in in Europe. Maria and Sarah, hosting mostly in Greece, Middle East, and the UK. And Ria and Helen in Brussels. I was attracted to the hosting conversations and holding space for emergence. I wanted to know more. Since then I co-hosted and apprenticed in Essex, MA in 2008. And now the Art of Humans Being in July, 2010.
What is the primary field/topic/focus in your hosting work?
The primary focus is the evolution of consciousness through collective inquiry and emergence. The core practice is a collective presencing, coming from Source to discover the future emerging through us. From there we can often see the next steps to initiate, to prototype, to activate and amplify the new story. And this is a continual practice of collectively re-sourcing. While Women Moving the Edge has been the primary birthing space, I now see and welcome the integration of masculine and feminine - or at least opening the inquiry there in all-inclusive gatherings. I really thrive on the edge, to be at the frontier of consciousness. And this time on Earth calls each of us to step into the most we can be.
Are there interests/passions that you'd like to share?
The evolution of collective consciousness - seeding and activating the next stage in human and planetary evolution.
I live by the sea on the Northeast coast of the US. I walk and meditate there often. I am a world traveler, appreciator of cultures and civilizations - past, present and future. These days I do feel like a spiritual being on a human journey. And wow, what a trip it is. Deep gratitude and appreciation for the opportunity to serve.
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