The Radical Path of the Divine Feminine Hidden in the Rosary
A PRAYER INTENSIVE
What is The Radical Path of the Divine Feminine Hidden in the Rosary prayer intensive?
As a prayer artist, I am a deep student and lover of prayer. But by “prayer,” I don’t mean the rote prayers of our dominant religions. As so many of us have discovered, those prayers don’t hold the wonder and mystery we are hungry for. The prayers I adore are Original Prayers—forever ancient, yet somehow always fresh and new. Sound like a paradox? Well, paradox is where the divine lives. And I have quite the prayer paradox for you.
- What prayer is so ancient, its origins lost in the sands of time, yet so new and vibrant that it brings you alive?
- What prayer is an endless thread that holds the garden of the world together?
- What prayer listens to your worries, takes you by the hand, and walks you through them?
- What prayer activates the living Presence of the Divine Feminine in you and in the whole world?
- What prayer simultaneously embodies the mystical power of mantra and the transformational power of story?
Only one. The Rosary. But not the rosary as you may think you know it. This is the ancient rosary that women and men prayed for millennia stretching back to Paleolithic times to honor the Goddess. With garlands of roses. And garlands of prayers.
This is the Rosary I discovered in Clark Strand and Perdita Finn’s The Way of the Rose. This is the rosary that has completely transformed my life. And this is the rosary I now offer to you in the only prayer intensive Clark and Perdita will lead in 2020. Enter the Garden with us and discover the radical path of the Divine Feminine who is waiting for you in Her precious beads.
What questions will you explore?
There are three core mystical powers in the living rosary: Mother, Mantra, and Mystery. Enter these and the rosary is yours for life. Perdita and Clark will guide us in exploring questions like these:
- What does it mean to turn to the Mother?
- How do you understand the Mother?
- How does your mother relationship impact your relationship with the Divine Feminine?
- What does it mean to live in a world where the Mother is in charge?
- What does it mean for men to acknowledge the Mother?
- Why are some words more powerful than other words?
- Can words be more powerful than silence?
- How does mantra unify us with the natural world?
- What’s the difference between mantra, prayer, and spell?
- Is embodiment more important than enlightenment?
- What makes a mystery?
- How are the mysteries a feminist storytelling tradition?
- How do we initiate ourselves into mystery?
- How are the Christian mysteries derived from the most ancient mystery cults of the Mediterranean?
- How do we access the mysteries in our lives and use them to transform our own lives?
What will you discover?
- The true story of the ancient goddess rosary
- The rosary’s original alchemical power and how the Catholic church tried to remove it
- The three faces of the Goddess in the original Hail Mary
- The trinitarian balance of the Sacred Masculine, Divine Feminine, and Child in the original Glory Be
- The living presence of the Mother in the ancient rosary expressed in you and in the earth
- The mystical power of communal prayer
- The ancient prayer of full-body anointing—as ancient as the rosary (Mary Magdalene is dictating the contents of the sacred oil to Emma Kupu Mitchell in Hawaii)
- How to enter the circle of time
- How to awaken the living presence of the Divine Mother in her rosary
- How to pray a Novena following the three mystery story cycles
What will you receive?
Four 2 ¼ hour live sessions with prayer artist, Janet Conner, and authors Perdita Finn and Clark Strand including a closing mystical celebration.
Access to a password-protected resource page with recordings of all sessions in both video and audio formats, PDF handbooks, bonus materials, and a link to purchase the Sacred Anointing Oil.
Bonus videos including a video with Emma Kupu Mitchell on the sacred anointing oil and a teaching video on how to deep soul write in the mystical theta brainwave state.
Membership in a private Facebook discussion group (optional)
NOTE: all gatherings are recorded and available for viewing by Noon eastern the following day.
Tuesday, March 3, 10, 17 from 7:00-9:15 pm Eastern (note Daylight savings time starts on March 8 in the US and Canada but does NOT start in Europe until March 29 after the intensive is complete)
Mystical Celebration: Saturday March 21 from 2:00-4:00 pm Eastern
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If you require financial assistance, Janet, Clark, and Perdita invite you to choose the self-selected scholarship option.
If you do not require a scholarship and wish to support this initiative, please consider adding a scholarship registration to your regular registration.
$ 202 if this is your first intensive in 2020
$ 166 if you were in the Theta intensive or are a member of the Way of the Rose community
$ 121 self-selected scholarship
Janet Conner is a prayer artist, deep soul explorer, and field guide in The Mystic. Her first book, Writing Down Your Soul, became a bestseller, opening a path to six more including The Lotus and The Lily, Soul Vows, and Find Your Soul’s Purpose. When “Prayer Artist” came calling, Janet found herself writing a whole new genre of post-patriarchal prayers, redefining prayer altogether, and leading radically different prayer intensives. She completed the six-year run of her highly successful radio show, The Soul-Directed Life, to create a new kind of podcast, Praying at the Speed of Love, inviting famous authors to share intimate stories about their prayer lives. To make all this possible, Janet lives a quiet life filled with silence, solitude, and joy in the tiny town of Ozona, Florida on the Gulf of Mexico.
Clark Strand and Perdita Finn
Clark Strand and Perdita Finn are the authors of The Way of the Rose: The Radical Path of the Divine Feminine Hidden in the Rosary and co-founders of The Way of the Rose, an inclusive fellowship of rosary friends dedicated to the Earth and to the Lady “by any name we wish to call Her.” Clark is the author of numerous books and articles on spiritual practices, including Seeds from a Birch Tree and Waking Up to the Dark: Ancient Wisdom for a Sleepless Age. He was the editor of "Tricycle: The Buddhist Review magazine." Perdita is a children’s book author, ghostwriter, and former high school teacher. They live with their family in the Catskill Mountains.
Emma Kupu Mitchell
Emma Kupu Mitchell is a Soul Medicine Artist . Emma has been a practitioner of holistic therapies for over 28 years, including clinical Aromatherapy, Ayurveda, Depth Numerology, Elemental Astrology, Yoga Nidra, and Sound Healing. Emma uses her extensive knowledge of ancient healing practices to create unique sound-infused sacred anointing oils and tinctures.
Have questions? Contact Janet at firstname.lastname@example.org or 727-772-1118 between 1pm and 5pm Eastern