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Sunday, March 31 • 08:00 - 09:30
Claudia Spahr: Creating Safe, Sacred Spaces For The New Children

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In this workshop, we will explore how to bring about balance on our planet by creating space for our children to thrive. In safe spaces with clear boundaries children massively expand their creativity and consciousness. These strong foundations are ideal for them to find the solutions and inventions needed for the future of our planet, right now. As adults we are being called to create new systems and ways of educating that will allow our children to expand beyond anything we could possibly imagine so that the limitations we grew up with are no longer a reality for them.

We will explore the challenges and joys of new technologies, how to turn around the distorted values that drive our economic systems and environmental decay. We will also discuss solutions to isolation in our fragmented, urban environments where the rise of gangs, drugs and violence is epidemic. This is a realistic matrifocal, child-centred vision for a more sustainable future based on human wellbeing and care-taking our planet back to health.

Depending on participants this workshop can also include fertility, conscious conception, spirit baby connection and discussions about the new souls coming in. It is for parents and anyone who works with children or is attracting children into their life. There is the option to receive a womb clearing and blessing after the session.

Presenters
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Claudia Spahr

USA, Integrative Health Coach
Claudia is a published Hay House author (Right Time Baby), Integrative Health Coach, Fertility Expert, Sacred Space Holder, Activator and Priestess. In her previous life (twenties and early thirties) she worked as a broadcast journalist and foreign correspondent for various media... Read More →


Sunday March 31, 2019 08:00 - 09:30
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Attendees (38)