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Wed, Oct 18

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Grants Pass

Writing Class 10/18 - "Reawaken Our Earliest Sacred Stories" with Karen Tate

One person's religion is another's myth, or vice versa, and too often the female characters have been maligned, marginalized or demonized. Today we change that for ourselves and the future! (Class repeated from September.)

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 Writing Class 10/18 - "Reawaken Our Earliest Sacred Stories" with Karen Tate
 Writing Class 10/18 - "Reawaken Our Earliest Sacred Stories" with Karen Tate

Time & Location

Oct 18, 2023, 6:00 PM – Oct 19, 2023, 8:00 PM

Grants Pass, 243 SW J St, Grants Pass, OR 97526, USA

About the event

(NOTE:  This is a repeat of a previous class in September.)

Cost:  $20.00                             BRING:  Writing surface such as clipboard or TV-TRAY.

One person's myth is another's religion and vice versa - and these myths and religions shape our culture.  In this writing class we look at patriarchal myths, Bible stories, perhaps even your own stories, where the female characters have been marginalized or demonized resulting in how your life, society and culture have been shaped as a result.  We then use creative devices to empower us to re-write these old stories, using our own divine guidance, creativity and intuition to reconstruct different narratives and hopefully, in time, a different direction for the future.  

Karen is a 7-times published author, Goddess Advocate, workshop presenter, speaker and podcaster of Voices of the Sacred Feminine internet radio show.  She has been named one of the Thirteen Most Influential Women in Goddess Spirituality and a Wisdom Keeper of the Goddess Spirituality Movement.  Check out Karen's website for more information on her bio at www.karentate.net

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