Women are Sacred
In the Ka Ta See tradition women are considered in the center. They are considered sacred. Men are considered sacred.
They don’t think of male and female energies in terms of better than or worse than. But energies that, when in balance, create sustainability for their people and the Earth.
We live in a society where women are not considered sacred. When I say sacred I don’t mean being imprisoned on a pedestal but honored for their gifts of life.
In our society each child is not considered sacred. Sacred here meaning that there would be a high societal value for all children being nourished into their fullness.
Both males and females are respected for the strengths and gifts they offer. One is not considered active and the other receptive. There is a natural flow of giving and receiving between all living things.
Male as center is a predominant belief in our society. The Ka Ta See people would say this is not natural. And that the only way the acting out of this can be maintained is by using force, violence.
Come to this workshop.
Allow yourself this special opportunity to encounter and gain knowledge from the unordinary teachings of the Ka Ta See people of the Eastern Andes of Peru.
January 28 9am-4pm
with an online Q&A session (included in the workshop fee) a couple of weeks later (DBA). Q&A will be recorded and made available to all participants on Private Facebook Group. Questions can be emailed ahead of time or asked during the session.
Barb Culbertson, teacher
Traditional Ka Ta See Teaching, Healing, and Counseling
For details of workshop and to register:
Fearless Relationships, Accurate Perceptions, and Kindness for All