Kuan Yin Medicine Poetry Circle

The Kuan Yin Medicine Poetry Circle deepens our understanding and application of Kuan Yin’s healing practice of writing "poetry medicine."
from 09:00 to 13:00

~ Are you looking for ways to connect with your own heart and access self-healing?

~ Have you ever wanted or tried to write poetry but are afraid you are "not a poet"?

~ Are you a poet who is seeking to go deeper with your poems?

Cost: $40 per session

Description: Based on the teachings in Stephen Levine’s Becoming Kuan Yin: The Evolution of Compassion, the Medicine Poetry Circle guides participants through meditation and gentle body movement practices designed to bring us into our hearts, where, in the words of Kuan Yin, we can hear "the song we need to sing for ourselves that is at first more felt than heard."  From this place deep in the body, blossoming from the heart, poems that heal us emerge.  In the Medicine Poetry Circle, we will write poems, share poems, and taste the "strong medicine" of "the right word at the right time."

It can at first be more felt than heard.  It spreads from the center of the chest and opens the body.  Clarity and joy follow the surrender as the words that express our innate wisdom rise to the tongue and become audible. ~ Stephen Levine, Becoming Kuan Yin

Note: The Medicine Poetry Circle is being offered on three Saturdays: April 26, May 31, and June 28.  Participants may choose to attend any or all of the three Poetry Circles offered. Participants would be supported in the Circle by reading Stephen Levine’s Becoming Kuan Yin: The Evolution of Compassion prior to attending. 

Teaching Staff: Ann Benvenuto (Coordinator), Susan Trout

Location: IAS, Alexandria, VA. Students will get directions to our office upon registration.

Click on the PayPal link below. After payment you will be returned to this site to complete the Registration Form.

By Check mailed to: IAS , P.O. Box 320245, Alexandria, VA, 22320-4245

Questions? Send us an e-mail if you have questions about this event or any of our programs.

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