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Women Moving the Edge8

a collective, integral practice to move the edge of consciousness

Nov.13 - 16, 2009 Inn Magnolia, Gloucester MA, USA

You are invited, as women, to move the edge of consciousness, through collectively inquiring into this question from the presence of Source.

How do we embody the collective feminine
in order to transform the wounds of the past
in service of the future potential?
And in what ways will we apply the collective feminine
in service to ourselves, our communities, and the Earth?

Women Moving the Edge is a collective, integral practice.
Women participating in this program are invited to come to a place of Open Mind (where we are open and invite in new ideas and non-verbal ways of knowing),
Open Heart (where we acknowledge, respect and love ourselves and each other as who we are) and Open Will (where we are aligned with our deepest essence, Soul or Source).

From this quality of individual alignment, coherence or resonance, we share with each other in the circle, through verbal and non-verbal means. This culminates in a collective field of attention, a holding space that we connect with our guiding question.
When our intention is to serve evolution and we act and speak from Source, then real emergence can happen.

Women Moving the Edge is an iterative process. Each time the process happens faster, moving through all the steps with increased agility. Sensing, speaking and acting from Source is not easily described – it’s something you have to experience.

Women Moving the Edge is holding space for ‘something’ to emerge, bigger than any of us could imagine. From Europe and the United States, into a greater collective field, an interconnected web of initiatives are being held and supported by our collective sourcing.

Women Moving the Edge applies the Wholeness of Knowing. From experience we realise that we can know so much more when engaging all our senses. We invite all arts and forms of subtle knowing. Bring your talents and any materials you/we need!

Collective Sourcing / Presencing means multi-tasking:
You are a participant in the unfolding process.
You are an observer of the place where your actions and ideas come from.
You are tuned in to the collective field that you are engaged in.
You are a leader of the process, like all other participants.

Women Moving the Edge offers you:
A deep ground for practice in being fully present
A rare experience of collective presencing
An opportunity to contribute to this inquiry in service of evolution

As your hosting team we do not facilitate, rather we host this collective, emergent process. We do this by engaging ourselves fully in the collective presencing. Our intention is for emergence to happen and we apply our mastery wherever needed and useful.
Your hosts: Ria Baeck, Judy Wallace,
Edveeje Fairchild, Barbara Peebles.

Dates: Friday Nov. 13, 2009, 3:00pm to Monday Nov. 16, 2009, after lunch.

Venue: Inn Magnolia, Gloucester, MA USA

Workshop Fee:
(information coming soon!)

Information: Mail to Judy Wallace or Ria Baeck

Join and enjoy our starting online community! Women Moving the Edge online community

Little history
The idea for a gathering of women came into being after we had the experience of Moving the Edge in March 2006 in Denmark. The gathering, early March '07 in Belgium, was deeply inspiring and exceptional! You can read the whole story on
my blog, and a reflection afterwards on Helen's blog and you can look at the pictures, who tell the same story.
The second time it happened in the US, October 2007. The harvest of this gathering can also be found on my blog. The next European gathering was held early Febr.'08, the fourth gathering was held 14 till 17 November '08, in the US; then again in Belgium, Febr.'09 and again in Boston, May '09. All harvest and links to it are now put together here
In the meantime we opened an online forum, where you are more than welcome!!

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