“How might your life have been different if there had been a place for you? A place for you to go…a place of women, to help you learn the ways of woman…a place where you were nurtured from an ancient flow sustaining you and steadying you as you sought to become yourself. A place of women to help you find and trust the ancient flow already there within yourself…waiting to be released… How might your life be different?” Judith Duerck
Wildwomen is a monthly circle for sharing, connection and awakening wild womanhood. Founded and led by Maria Egan and Lulu Toselli and inspired by ‘Women Who Run with the Wolves’ , the classic text on the fierce feminine by Clarissa Pinkola Estes. We will explore aspects of the ‘wild woman’ including creativity, intuition, passion, and the spiritual elements of female power. We are a non profit, inclusive and safe space for all female identified humans.
This circle will feature InsightLA Meditation founding teacher Trudy Goodman, PhD:
Trudy Goodman Kornfield, PhD, is the Founding Teacher of InsightLA, the first center to combine training in Insight (Vipassana) Meditation and in non-sectarian mindfulness and compassion practices, including Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC). The fourth teacher ever of MBSR, Trudy taught with its creator, Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn and studied Buddhist meditation for 40 years, with Asian and Western teachers. She is the Guiding Teacher and co-founder of the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the first center in the world dedicated to integrating these two disciplines, and had a private psychotherapy practice there for 25 years.
Trudy co-founded Family Path and Growing Spirit, family mindfulness programs, with Susan Kaiser Greenland in Los Angeles, and has worked with kids and families throughout her career.
Trudy teaches retreats and workshops worldwide; often teaching with her husband, Jack Kornfield.
Trudy is a contributing author: Clinical Handbook of Mindfulness (Springer, 2008); Compassion and Wisdom in Psychotherapy, (Guilford Press, 2011); Mindfulness and Psychotherapy, (Guilford Press, 2013).
This event will be utilizing the Zoom video conferencing platform. After you register, you’ll receive an email with the zoom log-in information. You’ll be provided a link to access video and dial-in number that will allow you you to join by phone if preferred.
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