Jul 7, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm PDT (Convert time zone)
Teacher(s) & Mentor(s)
Cielle Backstrom and Sanji Hills
Being True to Ourselves in an Interconnected World
July 4th is a moment when independence is celebrated: such an important western value: be yourself, stand on your own two feet, make up your own mind. Dependence gets bad rap for revealing weakness, potentially opening us up to exploitation and abuse. However, the hard reality is that we are all deeply dependent – on a web of interconnections for everything from the basics of life: food, water and shelter to subtler areas such as our sense of wellbeing.
This virtual sitting is an opportunity to explore the dilemma of how we can more fully express our own true nature while also honoring the impact we have on those around us and remaining open to the impact that others have on ourselves. Practicing the art of mutuality, I believe, takes us to the heart of this dilemma.
Attendance at one Newcomer Sitting or previous participation at an in-person or virtual sitting, workshop, or retreat.
About Cielle & Sanji
Cielle Backstrom became a Trillium teacher in 2006 and since then has assisted people in embodied awakening. Her awakening in 2003 opened multiple inner doorways revealing just how “whole” life is and the huge range that it includes. This led her to study several tools which she uses as aids to assist her students on their path of awakening. These tools include Focusing, Breathwork and energy healing. Cielle was a member of the Trillium Teachers board of directors from 2006-2011 at which time the board was replaced by an operations circle. She has been part of that circle since 2012. She is also member of the Trillium Teacher’s Visionary Council.
There is a limit of 8 registrants for this event. 7 spots remain available.