Gina Belton posted an event

Aug 27, 2011 from 3:30am to 8:30am

Casa de Maria Retreat Center

Jul 13, 2011
Gina Belton left a comment for Ed Koffenberger
"Hi Ed,
Thanks for the welcome!  I look forward to sharing what emerges for me on this dissertation path as it engages the intersections between the sacred feminine, the indigenous knowledge system and the end of life. 
I am in the throes of…"
Jul 12, 2011

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  • Hey Woman! Just arrived in Asissi Italy at the conference with Alice and Ginger as well. It's going to be an amazing week! Thanks for the friend request, and looking forward to connecting soon!

  • Hi Gina. Welcome to the Alliance! Its great to see you here in the online Depth community and I'm so grateful for the opportunity to get to know you a bit over the past few months. I know you have much to offer and I hope you'll find the time to engage where you can.
    Great pics, by the way. I really appreciate how you've already begun to make the experience personal!
    Meanwhile, I'll send you some tips on navigating the site in a separate message in case its of help. Enjoy the site!
  • Welcome Gina,

    I am intrigued with your focus on the indigenous approaches to death, so much richer than the sterilized medical and theological perspectives of the West (although I am speaking of the West I have experienced). I used to work with cancer patients and found that one of their greatest needs was a richer vocabulary and image-bank with which to address their lived reality. I look forward to your posts in the many blogs, forums, and groups.

    Ed

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Soror Mystica Wears A Red Dress

Greetings DPA community

In keeping with my own vision and calling toward tending to Soul in the world through tending the soul of community, I am initiating my blog: "Soror Mystica Wears A Red Dress".  This is also the title of my unfolding dissertation and I am "heart"-fully grateful to Robert Romanyshyn for his contribution in bringing forward a name for this work!

More to come regarding the title of this blog but for this moment, I would like to put attention on the "enchanted…

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