ART OF RITUAL MAKING

Monday, April 28, 2014

Heal and transform your self and bring sacredness back into your life by way of ritual. Inspired by both indigenous and contemporary perspectives, this class will help you learn:

Why ritual?
Rediscovering the Sacred
Ritual: Where Inner and Outer Work meet
Basic elements of a ritual
Ritualizing your intentions & prayers



This class is designed for those seeking a theoretical and experiential guide in ritual making, and those wanting to discover the confluence of Western concepts and the Filipino indigenous ways through ritual. Likewise, it is recommended for those wanting to practice (or is already practicing) ritual as a healing and transformative art. This class is beneficial and refreshing for both aspiring and practicing ritualists who wish to build a strong creative and spiritual foundation in ritual work.

Facilitator: Leah R. Tolentino
Faculty, Graduate program of Applied Cosmic Anthropology
Masters in Liberal Arts - Creation Spirituality

She is a faculty member of the doctoral program of the Asian Social Institute where she teaches “Spiritual Expressions of Cosmic Consciousness” by way of rituals. She has designed, led, facilitated, co-created, co-animated rituals in various settings, some of which are: for Peace Advocates (Ritwal Para sa Kapayapaan with President Benigno Aquino III as main guest, Quezon Memorial Circle grounds), for professionals and corporate Executives (PLDT, Novartis), for government workers (Department of Labor and Employment; Civil Service Commission), for Women (Binhi ng Buhay – Quezon City Hall; Women’s Day celebration, Cuneta Astrodome) for students and teachers (Miriam College), for youth-at-risk (Molave Residence hall), for people living with HIV/AIDS (Remedios Aids Foundation), Inter-faith prayer rituals (Healing the Rural-Urban Divide; Social Science and The Global Crisis; As Within so Without: A ritual for a Forum on Harmonizing Spirituality and Social Action for Sustainable Public Governance, Asian Social Institute).

Energy exchange: Php1,500

Payments can be wired either via paypal or Bank Transfer

LIMITED SLOTS ONLY!

For inquiries and reservations, please call (63 915) 295-2826 or email: ginhawa.nawa@gmail.com.

Good Shepherd Convent is located at Aurora Blvd cor Katipunan Ave., Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines

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