"If you long to live a life of purpose and meaning, you must have a creative vision." - Phil Cousineau
Within this university setting of transformative learning lies a vibrant labyrinth presence. And now the institution offers an opportunity to experience the labyrinth as a path of creativity. Whether you are experienced in labyrinth walking as meditation/reflection or new to the labyrinth, come and join us on the path. The day will include an introduction to the history and present day use in many settings. We then move into opportunities for stirring one’s own creative energies and ways for bringing others into this safe space for creative imagination. Walking in a new light… rekindling the creative flame…finding your own rhythm in the circle. The labyrinth calls us to creativity needed for today’s world.
Community Registration: $125
UCO Registration: $100 (UCO faculty, staff, and students)
Registration includes lunch and continental breakfast (beginning at 9:00am).
This workshop serves as a qualifying workshop for the two-day Veriditas Facilitator Training scheduled at UCO May 19-20, 2018.
For more information, contact Melissa Powers at 405-974-5309 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Reverend Dr. Kay Mutert
Veriditas Faculty member Rev. Dr. Kay Mutert leads labyrinth workshops in awakening new creative energy, community building, and spiritual transformation. Her Master Teacher responsibilities includes training new facilitators and renewal training for those trained in past years. She works with organizations to establish labyrinth communities, to hear the hopes of a setting and translate that into an ongoing vision. In her workshops and trainings she invites participants to discover and develop their own gifts and skills, and to build community.
Following an extended time of work with all ages in education and music, Kay then served as a minister in the United Methodist and British Methodist churches. When she left her local church ministry Kay created "DaySpring - a source of creative expression and renewal of spirit", as a conduit to work with a broader circle of community. Through her labyrinth work, she uses her experience as musician, teacher, minister, and spiritual accompanist with groups and individuals from diverse arenas of life, inviting them to discover the possibilities of the labyrinth in today’s world.
For this workshop setting Kay will be drawing upon her many years of work in creativity and education. She is a conductor, composer and pianist, incorporating her music into her events. Kay has been a Veriditas pilgrimage leader and musician, member of the Veriditas Council, and Southeastern USA regional representative.