Nov 5, 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm PST (Convert time zone)
Teacher(s) & Mentor(s)
Subhaga Crystal Bacon
Restorative Mutuality: Supporting Awakening for Our Time
Restorative Mutuality, like all three petals of the Trillium teachings, contains and reflects all the other petals. When we practice relatedness, we understand that we are not separate from each other but are each embodiments of consciousness in the moment. In Restorative Mutuality, we’re stepping into a deeper form of relatedness.
Restorative Mutuality asks of us: Can we lean in to the “other’s” sensitivities without blaming or shaming ourselves or the other? Can we listen deeply without defensiveness to accounts of hurt arising from our actions or words? Can we make amends in a way that honors our divine connection with the other?
What we awaken to in this path is the knowing that we are not separate. Teresa of Avila said Rain falls from the sky and becomes water on the land. You can’t separate sky water from land water. You can’t separate your individual Being with all its facets and quirks from the myriad living Beings that surround you. We are all forms of divine Consciousness manifesting itself in and as us.
In this presentation and discussion, Subhaga will explore the ways Restorative Mutuality reflects and amplifies our core dharma and how it can help to heal the difficulties we encounter at a time when many of us are feeling extra sensitive to events in our lives.
If you are new to Trillium Awakening, your prerequisites are attendance at an online Trillium Awakening Introduction or participation in a Free 1-to-1 Introductory Session with a Trillium Awakening teacher.
PLEASE NOTE: YOUR CONTRIBUTION IS VOLUNTARY
There is a limit of 30 registrants for this event. 20 spots remain available.