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Are you ready to depart in our Sacred Sisters Spaceship?
A donation-based (info below) safe, and loving spaceship for women to go on a journey of Self-Exploration, and Harmonic Transformation through Expressive Arts, and Sacred Rituals.
How can we develop creative and mindful interplay with our own life narratives, between inner experience and the world?
Every cell of your being is welcome to our spaceship!
Buckle your Inner Child, and Let Go of S h a m e. This is a safe space to celebrate the joy of self-exploration, connection, embodied expression, play, and creativity. By coming together with other women, we are sending out that big radio wave from each one of us, and create a ripple effect.
We start with movement meditation, writing & art rituals followed by our sharing circle.
This group is for femme flavored people, including non-binary, trans women, and cis women, who want to develop deep connections with women in a held and supportive environment.
Damla is the Art Director of San Francisco Psychedelic Society. Art is the oxygen that gives life to her crafts. It is more than an expression; it’s a lifestyle. She will guide you through movement based expressive arts practices and witness you exploring the diamond in the shadow! She is currently a student of Life/Art Process at Tamalpa Institute, an internationally recognized school founded by dance pioneer Anna Halprin.
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Suggested donation $10, no one turned away.
(Friday) 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM PST
Damla GungorDamla Gungor is the Creative Director of San Francisco Psychedelic Society. Her interest in exploring non-ordinary states of consciousness began with living with a schizophrenic, narcissistic father as a child. She began studying psychosis, and how exploration of plant medicine, roots of psychedelic psychotherapy, and Buddhism can be helpful as healing modalities. She co-facilitates integration and women circles, and she envisions to co-create a community that explores the self and the society through expressive arts, education, and compassion.