Voices of Women with Host Kris Steinnes: Encore: Sound Portals with Mosa Baczewska and Vickie Dodd. Karen Joy Fletcher shares Air Bending & Bagua Zhang
03/03/2017 01:00 pm PDT
Vickie and Mosa will share how to use your voice as a means for your mental, physical and spiritual health and wellbeing. Sound creates and dissolves form. Since your voice creates a matrix of sound geometries, your sound signature becomes your vortex for entering your own geometric frequency. Finding your sound signature becomes a portal for sound. How do you experience the geometry of your frequency? Using your voice to navigate your own inner terrain, you'll discover the shape, and sound frequency of your emotional, physical and spiritual body. Using the latest in technology, we can visually see our own frequency shape.
Karen Joy will share how we have a natural born responsibility of physical and spiritual caretaking for our Earth. As women and natural peacemakers, our prayers honoring the Mystery, Magic and Beauty of Life are powerful and essential. Learn the basic 8 forms of an ancient Daoist circle walking practice, Bagua Zhang, based on the 8 Trigrams, the foundation of the YiJing (Book of Changes). The written YiJing teaches the way of Heaven and Earth. The moving form, Bagua moves Heaven and Earth through and around you. Harmonizing our own energies with the 8 fundamental energies of the Cosmos, Bagua is a powerful dance, prayer, ritual and offering, often done in the Wild.
Voices of Women Fridays at 1pm pt 4pm et.Kris Steinnes began her spiritual journey in 1990 when she discovered her mission to bring people together. In 1993 after reading t...Find out more »
Vickie Dodd has been a pioneer of the use of Sound for healing and transformation for over 40 years. She is an Aston Patterning teacher of movement awareness and a nutrition...Find out more »
Mosa Baczewska is a performing songwriter, fabric and visual artist and workshop presenter. She has been singing since she was 6 years old. For over 35 years she has been pe...Find out more »
Karen Fletcher, MPH, a cultural anthropologist who speaks Mandarin Chinese and holds a Masters in Public Health from UC Berkeley, began her journey in the Chinese healing in...Find out more »