Sept. 14, 2014 2100 Barton Springs Rd.
10:00am-7:00pm Austin, TX 78704
We will have a informational table for prospective students and teachers. Some members of our faculty will be offering workshops at this event as well.
"Calling the Ancestors"
taught by Lorene Stilwell at 1:15pm FREE
Stories, sagas, folktales, and family tales are the accumulated, encoded wisdom of humanity: the voice of the ancestors. Our heritage is not just collected in books, newspapers, and pictures, but lives within each of us. Stories exist in the deepest memories of human consciousness and can teach, inspire, and break us down & put us back together with the telling or hearing. To call the ancestors is to connect with that heritage. Release the stories and share them with the world.
Lorene will also be telling stories from 3:30-3:45pm.
"Understanding the Old Ways: A Three Part Approach to Decoding Myth"
taught by Devon Reynolds at 4:00pm FREE
This workshop will breifly outline the three part approach to decoding myth with a strong focus on Celtic myth and legend. This class utilizes a multidisciplinary approach and will cover topics from many subject areas including: ancient agricultural practices, sacred geometry, and sacred science, primarily. By the end of the workshop, everyone should have a strong tool set with which to approach the myths of their own tradition and reveal deeper layers of spiritual and worldly insight.