Navigating the Evolutionary Shift
Navigating the Evolutionary Shift with Ethel Greene
Join us on Sunday, Aug 7th at 10:30 am MT, for "Navigating the Evolutionary Shift" with Ethel Greene and featured musicians: Melanie Smythe and Tom Farber.
Our national support systems are falling apart. The world is in chaos. The pressure to change and evolve is building as the energy accelerates. The new faster vibrations no longer support the energies of patriarchy, fear and separation. The old systems are on their way out, though we are not yet evolved enough to create new systems.
During this “in between time,” as we take our attention away from the outer and deepen our inner connection, we need new ways of orienting. Instead of focusing on creating a better world, saving the planet, and/or creating what we want, we focus on the re-creation of who we are. Putting our evolutionary growth as our first priority is the most important thing we can do at this time to support ourselves, our loved ones and the planet.
There are new energies for us to play with and we will explore what they are and how to best work with them. This will include the secret of how to open to the divine feminine and how to grow more fully into our true divine nature.
All are welcome. We'll have a special deep dive with Ethel Greene after our community lunch.
Ethel Greene is an empath, intuitive and an energy worker. She hears the discordant, unsupportive and lower vibrational sounds in peoples’ bodies and uses her voice to clear out what no longer supports them while helping them come into alignment with their divine nature.Ethel has been teaching mysticism, practical spirituality, energy work and evolutionary growth for 30 years.
With Featured Musicians:
Melanie Smythe was born and raised in Denver, Colorado and still lives there. She retired from working 40 years as an Accountant on June 13, 2019. Melanie purchased her first Native American flute 7 years ago and has quite a collection now. She has learned a lot about playing the flute and how the vibration of her breath and the music touches her soul. This has been a healing journey for her and she is finding her voice along the way. Melanie is looking forward to where this journey leads, knowing the possibilities are endless.
Tom Farber played piano, ukulele, guitar and trombone as a youth, picking up Native American Style Flute in 2014 after years away from music.Now retired, Tom is a Volunteer Park Ranger at Rocky Mountain National Park, current host of the Mile High Flute Circle, teaches Native American Style flute privately and at Colorado Free University. He released his first album, "Fluting in the Rockies", in September 2021.
If you are unable to physically attend, we will also live-stream our gathering on our Facebook page starting at 10:30am MT. Make sure you turn on notifications for Althea on Facebook so you can be notified as soon as we go live. During the gathering, we invite you to submit your prayers, comments, and feedback.