Free March Webinar: Growing the Field of Gaian Hospitality
March 14th, 2018 – 5 pm PT.
with Jeremy Berg and Freya Secrest
A free webinar session where we will join together in a meditative Fellowship Circle to uphold and strengthen a flow of connectedness between physical and non-physical life on earth. Growing out of Lorian’s work with ‘Grail Space,’ these meditative Fellowship circles shape a field that invites us and our subtle allies within the larger ecology of Earth’s non-physical dimensions to meet in a spirit of Hospitality and Partnership on behalf of our Gaian home. Freya will introduce a view of earth’s non-physical ecology, Jeremy will speak briefly on the Sidhe and then we will join together in a meditation followed by a short time of sharing. The intent of this time is to build a field of connection and loving blessing that will nourish each one of us in our growth and unfolding consciousness.
Session will be recorded and available to all who register
Jeremy Berg, MCS is owner of the Lorian Press and Starseed Books and past Director of the Lorian Association. He was trained as an architectural designer and holds a patent for a panelized arch structural system. His work in energy efficiency and earth sheltered construction was seen on the cover of Popular Science Magazine. He is an ordained Lorian Priest, has taught at both the secondary and post secondary level and has been a college Dean and Vice-President. Jeremy is author of Faerie Blood, A Knight to Remember: Visions with the Sidhe and The Gathering Light: An Exploration Into The Incarnational Way. Recently his work as artist for the Card Deck of the Sidhe has created new opportunities for teaching, speaking and offering workshops.
Freya Secrest, MSD – Freya Secrest, MSD is a spiritual mentor, priest, administrator and adult educator. Her love of travel took her to the Findhorn Foundation community in the early 1970’s where she discovered a deep fellowship with the inner worlds of nature. She has worked as a Waldorf School Administrator, developed and taught programs at the Findhorn Foundation, served as Lorian’s Executive Administrator and is currently its Educational Director.