Recognizing & Honoring Life Transitions with Anne Richardson
Saturday, August 10th
Location: SW Portland
I stand before my reflectionlooking in wonderunfolding roseeach petal infused withsweet aroma of discoveryopened by dewdrops of curiosity — anne richardson
We transition from the wet womb to open air, sucking in first breath. Relationships form. Some endure. Some end. Our sense of home and belonging shifts. What gives life meaning—school, career, family, beauty, creativity, service—ebbs and flows as we age. Our lives are full of transitions. Some weave in and out of our world seamlessly, going unrecognized until years later. Others create a temporary loss of balance. Then there are the transitions that leave you feeling like the GPS of your life has gone haywire.
Taking time to recognize life transitions by naming them can offer relief, release, or an invitation to honor a part of your life journey that you may not have considered relevant.
In this workshop, you’ll be introduced to the archetype of the labyrinth as a tool to reflect on your life transitions in combination with written expression and other creative means.
No writing experience is necessary to participate! Workshop is limited to 12 participants.