Symposium of the Sacred community event
The Foundation of Sacred Sciences will present the Symposium Of The Sacred Thursday through Sunday in Nevada City.
The Symposium of the Sacred is a four day journey into community building, education, ritual and social change. This is an invitation to remember the ways of an offering based culture, and grow local as well as global community connections within a powerful network of practitioners based in the mystical arts.
In conjunction with Dia de los Muertos celebrations, the Symposium will capture the essence of harvest abundance – engaging all the senses with live and dj music, artwork, teachings, songs and wisdom delivered through women for the benefit of all.
The basic schedule is as follows:
Thursday Night: Pre-Symposium Art Gala featuring installations at Elixart and the Haven, a womens artist panel, live music and a full moon ceremony honoring the divine feminine well of creation in us all.
Friday: They will host an open air Women’s Artisan Market in town, followed by the Opening Ceremony and Teachings for the Symposium of the Sacred. This will be a time to ground and illuminate the intentions for the weekend to come, orienting the map for our journey together. There will also be Theta Healing and classes this day.
Saturday and Sunday: The core of the Symposium of the Sacred will be this two-day immersion in the mystic arts, engaging the 6 senses through workshops and ceremonies of offering, prayer and praise. Saturday night will culminate with a Temple Dance Salon and Ritual Theater offering. Then on Sunday evening we will celebrate together with a HeartBass dedicated dance floor session, according to organizers.
The Symposium’s headquarters and main event venue will be Haven Downtown, 226 Broad St. in Nevada City.
Tickets range from $10 for a single event up to $120 for a full weekend pass. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit The Symposium of the Sacred website for more details: http://www.symposiumofthesacred.com. Tickets are also available at Elixart in Nevada City.
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