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Parable of the Sower: Octavia’s Lessons to Ground for Well Being

July 14 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

July practice webinar with Sequoya Hayes

Parable of the Sower: Octavia’s Lessons to Ground for Well Being

A Contemplative Practice Webinar with Sequoya Hayes
Wednesday, July 14th, 3-4pm EDT (12-1pm PDT)

Free for ACMHE members (
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Registration closes an hour before the event. Registrants receive a link to the recording.

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The pandemic has been hard af. So, let’s have a little fun, engage our inner child, and be imaginative. Offering a contemplative practice for well-being and self-reflection, Sequoya will center Black sci-fi author Octavia Butler and the 12 lessons mentioned throughout the Parable of the Sower. Sequoya will facilitate an interactive session, integrating contemplative practices and creativity, such as guided visualization with oracle card images, intentions, and guided journaling. Sequoya will identify the lessons, share reflections on how to apply each lesson to ground in well-being, and provide journal prompts for further self-reflection on how to incorporate these lessons into your routine. Bring a journal as we use creative energy (sacral chakra) to ground in practices for well-being.

In this webinar, we will explore:

  • 12 lessons to ground for well-being from Parable of the Sower 
  • Themes for self reflection journaling
  • Definition of the sacral chakra energy and how it supports contemplative practices
  • Ability to identify 3 well-being needs
  • An intention for your well-being practice.

Sequoya HayesSequoya’s pronouns are she/her. She is a Licensed Social Worker (LSW), a yoga teacher, therapist, and professor. Her professional experience spans more than 18 years of clinical and community social work practice. As an organizer, consultant, educator, and researcher, her work focuses on social work and spirituality, intuitive energy readings for healing, and building intentional organizational culture. Sequoya’s work amplifies personal capacity strategies, contemplative practices to heal from narcissistic abuse, and advocacy surrounding the trauma of criminalization and surveillance of queer people of color. Her work also centers disrupting and creating space for Black queers.

Details

Date:
July 14
Time:
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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Venue

Zoom
United States

Organizer

CMind
Phone:
413-842-6463
Email:
info@contemplativemind.org
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