BONUS 3-HOUR WORKSHOP HONOLULU
I am so excited to join forces with Marni Alohilohi Suu Reynolds of The Sacred Collective to present and discuss the Divine Masculine and its many aspects in our modern culture and primordial history . This is a very relevant discussion as the divine masculine (in both male and female avatars) has become incredibly saturated . Location is at Na Kupuna Makamae Center 653 Ala Moana Blvd in Honolulu. There are only so many spots left available so be sure to register by contacting Marni at Sacredcollective.world , pre-registration is required. Fee is $45.00 and includes an incredible sound bath experience following the workshop. MAHALO! Read below for information regarding this amazing workshop offered by Om & Roam (www.omandroam.com).
Divine Masculine Workshop
April 27th from 3pm-6pm
with Marni Alohilohi Suu Reynolds and Ke'oni Hanalei
The Divine Masculine represents a spiritual, psychological and archetypal ideal of masculine energy. It is the highest, most inspiring and truest expression of masculinity that is manifested through thoughts, actions and beliefs.
The Masculine Spirit is linked to many symbols: Consciousness, knowledge, strength, protection, direction, father, son, king, sage, warrior, powerful gods, the sun, fire, lightning and our cosmic energy.
Join us for this incredible 3hr. workshop to learn, lean in and discover your masculine energies and how to integrate them with your feminine design. Guided information, mediation, movement and introspection by Marni alongside guest speaker Ke'oni Hanalei of Pohala Hawaiian Botanicals. Come and discover yourself in new ways of connecting to your emotional intelligence and illuminate your 2019 Year with power and presence.
Space is limited for this incredible offering: April 27th, Saturday, from 3pm-6pm. $45 for workshop with Sound Medicine evening at 7pm to follow (included in your workshop fee). Bring a mat, journal, blanket and your presence. Workshop to include guidance and meditation from Marni as well as introspection from Ke'oni Hanalei.