09-02-2020 - Reclaiming the Sacred: Magical Water Rites & Methods of Conservation
Water and sea witches, we see you! Join us with instructor Jaime Schmidt in learning the elemental magic of reconnecting with the sacred resource of water.
In this workshop, we will explore the importance and magic of water, regarding conservation practices as it relates to our magical awarenesses, and reconnecting with the land we live on. This workshop will begin with a brief and gently guided magical trance to usher in deeper awareness towards the water we hold in our fluid-rich physical forms. From this space, we will dissect the aspects of water that surround us, learning how to further respect its presence, and harness its magic. Jaime will be presenting conservation alternatives for any home, as well as an introductory water ritual to take on in your own magical practice, bridging the gap between body, home, and land.
This offering is intended to encourage and empower people living in any place, whether it be urban, rural, or suburban - to live more autonomously and in relationship with sacred resource.
*This is a LIVE webinar class. A recording will be emailed to you after class that you can re-watch for 2 weeks!*
- This is a live workshop, with a recording available for 2 weeks sent out to all registered participants.
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- Enrollment is accepted up until the day of the event.
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About your instructor:
Jaime Schmidt (they/them) was the first field researcher and activist for Parque Nacional Yendegaia, Chile. They have worked with the Association of Patagonia Peasant Women, and participated in a 3 month permaculture & indigenous farming residency at Ecoescuela Vivencial (Quillota, Chile). They are currently enrolled in a Permaculture Design Certification Course with the Women's Permaculture Guild, where they are receiving certifications for social, emotional, and environmental permaculture. Jaime is currently co-creating a conceptual art space called LAIR in California's Mojave desert that integrates land based practices, with meditation, and multi-sensory art. They have previously led workshops in both Chile and the US on the visual language of human fingerprints, integrating art, intersectionality, and meditation.