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Belonging to the World: Remembering Our Place and Bringing Forth Our Gifts by Alexis Alma

May 7 @ 7:00 pm


FREE ADMISSION – 1757 Ashland St., Ashland, OR. One mile west of I-5 Exit 14

Lexi will speak about the roots of “Constellation Work”; the principles and practices related to hierarchies, natural laws and orders in systems, and how African Spirituality is the underlayment for this modality for personal and collective evolution. During the interactive part of the evening we will experience grounded practices celebrating and illuminating our human goodness and interconnectedness.

With over 2000 years of living inside of the upside-down belief that the world belongs to us, here we are; uncertain how to find, create, repair the better, truer world we long for. Most of us are living with at least some daily sense of hopelessness, despair, uncertainty. Collectively, we are wondering where we belong and who we are with. These are some of the critical questions of our times, along with “How do we serve” and “What are our gifts”?

In this interactive evening, we will dive deeply into answering these core questions for ourselves via repairing our sense of belonging and working with the obscurations to this inherent knowing of our place in the family of things.

Our tools will be the safe and potent group field we will co-create, and Constellation Work, a powerful somatic practice based in African Tradition and Spirituality which uses the power of community, ceremony and the interconnected web of life we all share to shift our attention from trauma to gifts, from despair to possibility.

The world does not belong to us…we belong to it. We will remember this in our bones and walk back into our lives rejuvenated and ready to act. If you are here, you are needed, your place matters. In this Great Turning, it is our job to re-turn; to ourselves, each other, the world we belong to.

Lexi Alma is a dynamic teacher and devoted community builder as well as a mother, teacher, and land steward on a blossoming resilient ecosystems farm in Ashland, Oregon. Lexi has degrees in Education, Counseling Psychology and Group Facilitation, and has completed certifications with expert teachers and leaders in the fields of trauma, neuroscience, somatics, and has deeply studied the interface between science and spirituality. She has worked in public and private sectors in both education and mental health.

Lexi works with holistic and community-centric practices she calls Sacred Science*: Medicinal Storytelling, Somatic Integration, Ancestral Imprints (epigenetics), mindfulness and meditation practices, and Systemic Family Constellation Work. This powerful work teaches necessary tools for taking on one’s own transformation from inside the safe and sacred container of community. Alexis works directly with the brain so new neural pathways are built—this sustains positive and lasting change. Her laser sharp focus provides accurate reflection and input that will rapidly propel you forward to the place you long to arrive-home to yourself, home in community and anchored in belonging.

Lexi dedicates her life to supporting humanity’s rapid evolution in these incredible times of change.

Presenter’s Website: https://alexisalma.com

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May 7
7:00 pm
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Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library – RVML
1757 Ashland Street
Ashland, Oregon 97520
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