Come Learn Soul and Spirit Strategies
from Rites of Passage
Knowledge is the Anti-Drug:
Knowledge of holistic options and choices is the anti-drug that empowers us to push back against the suffering of the opioid epidemic. It is possible to transform what troubles us into a new way forward together.
F. Christopher Reynolds, M.Ed. of HeartSpace Community, Warriors Journey Home, Ashland University and Ursuline College is a singer, teacher, and healer. He is a singer-songwriter with 15 CD's. He is ordained in a spiritual tradition. He is a traditional healer trained in sweat lodge and sacred pipe. He taught high school French for 30 years and was world language department chair in Berea City Schools. He is the lead author on the only publications on depth psychology, creativity and giftedness.
Mini-Retreat being offered May 13 and May 20 (10am to 3pm)
Join Crystal Apple award winning retired teacher, F. Christopher Reynolds, M.Ed. in a mini-retreat to learn to guide, to discipline, and to heal with soul and spirit in mind.
The passage to adulthood is a time for community healing and renewal when the approach is holistic, meaning whole, in the deepest sense: body, mind, soul, spirit, Earth.
Come learn about and practice strategies from depth psychology, eco-psychology, creativity studies, and indigenous rites of passage. Learn how to create the in-between space called, ethical space, that connects Indigenous wisdom with our own.
Mothers, fathers, grandmothers, grandfathers, aunts, uncles, teachers, counselors, law enforcement, ministers, any who desire new options in approaching the drug crisis please plan to attend this important retreat!
Retreat times are from 10am to 3pm. Please bring a potluck lunch to share.
RSVPs are WELCOMED
And suggested donations can be made at the door or via PayPal.