Re-Wilding Motherhood : Parenting Rooted in Soul
Jan 23 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am PST
An event every week that begins at 9:00 am on Sunday, repeating until May 15, 2022
We are in a new era of accelerating change on personal, social and global levels. In this past year, we have witnessed our familiar world shift nearly beyond recognition and we find ourselves facing choices in how to creatively and meaningfully step into these new places of being.
To respond to the complexity of this emergent and dynamic moment in our societal evolution, requires that we recognize and let go of the ways that we hold ourselves back so we can reclaim and inhabit our true nature.
Join an intimate gathering of mothers for this 9-session journey to (re)engage with the roots of your motherhood, embody your true wild self, and embrace your ecological niche in order to parent and live with deeper clarity. This series is for anyone who is currently actively engaged in the process of mothering. The only requirement is your genuine desire to show up for the wild re-imagining of your life purpose as mother and ever-evolving being.
Schedule: Sundays, Sundays 9-11am PDT / 12-2pm EDT / 5-7pm BST
January 23 + 30, February 13 + 27, March 13 + 27, April 3 + 24, May 15
⭐️ Develop a soul-centric foundation that draws from the wisdom contained within our stories, that is inspired by and connected to the natural world around you, and is supported by our nourishing communities. Embrace this foundation as the wellspring of life that is the source of our embodied knowing.
⭐️ From the soul-centric foundation, we engage in wild imagination, bearing our fruits to the world to re-envision the path ahead.
⭐️ Build the capacity to let go of the conventional in order to wildly reimagine the unfolding life paths of you and your child(ren).
🌕 9 Community-based group sessions
🌕 Practices that help deepen relationship with your existing community
🌕 Free downloadable workbook
This series will be limited to 20 participants.
This nine-session series, facilitated by Meggan Hartman and Frieda Nixdorf, is offered in the spirit of generosity. In order to make these offerings viable and continue to offer this important work to those with less access to finances, we ask a sliding scale payment between $275 – 425.
Frieda is a facilitator of the Great Turning. She is a Work That Reconnects facilitator, a Purpose Guide®, an adjunct faculty at John F. Kennedy University, staff mentor at Purpose Guides Institute, and she serves the Work That Reconnects Network as a staff member of the Weavers team. Through emergent facilitation, Frieda works with individuals and groups, as a guide, companion and mentor during the journey of purpose discovery. She is particularly called to work with those that recognize, or at least have a sense, of the new paradigm that we are entering and who are becoming aware of the choices they have in their own transformation. Frieda earned her MA in Psychology from Meridian University. She is also a certified yoga instructor and a Reiki practitioner. Read more about Frieda here.
Meggan Hartman, PhD
Meggan is the founder of Soul of Motherhood and co-founder of Soul True. Additionally, she is core faculty at Meridian University. Meggan is passionate about facilitating transformative experiences. She works with groups and individuals to illuminate the landscapes they are inhabiting, helps them identify their emergent complexities, guides them to tap into their well of potency and imaginative potentials, and develops the necessary capacities to come into creative action. She received her master’s degree in psychology from Sophia Institute, and her Ph.D. in Psychology from Meridian University. She has received additional training from Purpose Guides Institute, Psychosynthesis Institute, Child Therapy Institute of Marin, and has a Postpartum International Support Certification. Read more about Meggan here.
First and foremost, Frieda and Meggan are moms to young humans on the verge of adulthood. “We first met in graduate school. We were studying Imaginal and Soul Psychology. We were both on the verge of entering the dissertation process – Meggan was researching the Soul of Motherhood, and Frieda was deep in the terrain of climate change and the impact on the human psyche, when we become mothers at the same time.” Meggan completed her doctorate while mothering two young children. Frieda, rather than completing her doctorate, choose motherhood and mystery. “While we stayed in contact these many years in between, our paths crossed again a few years back and we began collaborating and offering our combined bodies of work for those mothers also on the path of soul.