In addition to the book signing and lecture I already posted about, T. Thorn Coyle will be doing a weekend workshop in Portland on the same topic. This would be an opportunity to do more work with Thorn and with the ideas in the lecture and book.
T. Thorn Coyle workshop
Self-Possession: Activating the “I am”
We are not unified, but we can be. Discover the importance of Self-Possession, also known as Knowledge and Conversation or the Great Work of the alchemists. Why is this key to magical practitioners of any tradition? What steps are precursors to this state of integration? What energy work can we do to aid this process? In this workshop, we will explore the theory behind it and engage in some practices to draw down our divinity. Intone the “I am” as a spell to become fully human and fully divine.
When: June 13th & 14th
Where: SE Portland
Time: Saturday 10am – 8:30pm
Sunday 10am – 2:30pm
Cost: $175 for the weekend
Registration: It will be necessary to pre-register for this workshop. Contact Dawn at email@example.com
T. Thorn Coyle is a Magic Worker, Mystic, and Pagan. An internationally respected teacher and author, her work focuses on the alchemy that occurs when we open ourselves fully to our humanity in our quest for Divine knowledge. In combining art and science, magic and mystery, body and soul, practice and ecstasy, she has created a unique body of work that has touched the lives of many seekers, artists, activists, parents and other change-makers.
A student of the Craft for more than 25 years, she is an initiate of the Feri Tradition (her religious home), Reclaiming, and the Mevlevi Order of America. Thorn combines her esoteric studies, work with her Gods and Guides, and years of practice, to form a teaching that honors the fertile dark and the limitless light. Citing her primary influences as G. I. Gurdjieff and Victor and Cora Anderson, she continues her spiritual studies in many traditions.
Musician, dancer, activist, poet, and author of Kissing the Limitless and Evolutionary Witchcraft, she makes her home near the San Francisco Bay.