The dates have been set for our 12th Annual Scholars Garden at Stephe Watson’s Someday Farm in Killingworth, CT: Saturday/Sunday, May 21-22. We added an extra day this year so we can focus on energy healing on Saturday. It’ll be energy cultivation, internal martial arts, and a heavy dose of “OMG! Are you kidding me? How is that possible?” on Sunday.
This event began at the Chinese Scholars Garden in Staten Island as a springtime fix for those suffering from TCA withdrawals, then moved to Stephe Watson’s exquisite Someday Farm in Killingworth, CT. Someday Farm is a bucolic treat nestled on Roast Meat Hill Road where Stephe teaches his heady brew of martial arts, meditation, yoga, energy healing, and philosophy. Each year in late spring Stephe, Maria, and I share our recent explorations in energy cultivation, internal martial arts, consciousness research, and energy healing.
This year we decided to split our normal Sunday event into two days and focus on energy healing Saturday: Healing Garden.
Saturday May 21 Healing Garden 1pm-5pm
Your Body and Wholeness
Change the energy, change the condition. Energy healing is based on the idea that the body-mind prefers to be healthy and happy and makes its choices from the options available. Sometimes the patterns established to solve a problem at an earlier stage of development are not appropriate for our present situations, but. since they are engaged now at a pre-conscious level we don’t even know they are controlling us. Energy healing brings us to a neutral state where the body-mind can shed unwanted programs and recalibrate.
Stephe will show us how to get the most out of a healing session we are receiving. Maria will lead us in some very potent EFT (tapping). And I will offer some insights into my favorite form of energy healing, Polarity Therapy.
There may also be some time to schedule a few individual sessions for those who are interested.
We’ll have a potluck dinner around 7pm then gather afterward for merriment.
Sunday May 22 Scholars Garden 11am-5pm
Living in the Sweet Spot
Sunday is when Stephe, Maria, and I share our recent explorations in energy cultivation, internal martial arts, and consciousness research. The stuff that really gets us cranked. We feed off each other’s presentations and spiral upward.
Every living thing leaks energy. Entropy. In the “sweet spots” we leak less. We get out of our own way and flow with life. More important, we tap into the Big Qi and fill the tank. We reverse entropy: Negentropy. We calm the roiling mind and lift our spirit. We have made our mission to map the sweet spots and share them with you.
Here’s the schedule for Sunday:
11-1:30 Workshop I
(box lunch catered by Whistle Stop Café )
2:30-4 Workshop II
4-5pm Playtime – A guided non-lesson segment for Push Hands & Healing utilizing the lessons from the day’s workshops.
Someday Farm is located at 272 Roast Meat Hill Rd, Killingworth, Connecticut 06419
Cost: Each day is $108 if paid by May 1. $133 if paid after that.Both Saturday and Sunday: $188, by May 1. Later: $213