Other possible language to add: When I think of one of my most favorite things in the world - a thing that nourishes my heart and spirit, and makes me feel more connected to others - I think of storytelling. I think of all the times in which I have witnessed others share their wisdom and the ways that their wisdom leaves me forever changed. I think of all the times I've heard someone else speak their truth, and how deeply moved I've been, feeling tenderly touched by the remembrance that I am not alone, and that we in fact need to hear that. 

I have been dreaming up a space where we can come together to share our stories, our words, our poems, our journal entries, or wisdom from others that have touched us. I have been dreaming up, Mother and the Mic.  

This is a space where we will celebrate the essence of mother. All of your words are welcome. You do not have to be a mother to join, for we are all touched by mother. Whether you want to share about motherhood, about your ancestral lineage, your own mother, or the great mother, you are welcome and very much needed for this co-creation. 

Reach out with all or any questions. If you can, and feel called, please join me, I am hoping for a juicy and nourishing time. 

Friday, May 10th
10:00 am - 12:00 pm PST
Virtual Gathering
Cost: $30

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A morning of shared sacred words as we honor Mother's Day. All themes of “mother” are welcome, whether you want to share a piece/poem/reading about motherhood, words about your own mother/lineage, or of the great mother. We would love for you to join us in voice and community. Share either your own words or some from those who inspire you!

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Leesha Mony, a Seattle-based writer, and Somatic Psychotherapist, delves into themes encompassing motherhood, maternal mental health, the quest for belonging, and collective healing. She holds the belief that giving voice to our experiences through creative expression and storytelling profoundly leads us to feel less alone and more connected to one another and to the deeper parts of ourselves. Leesha is a birth storytelling guide and has a myriad of different offerings, including 1:1 support, group facilitation, and embodied writing workshops.

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