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motherwalks


motherwalk

 

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motherwalks


motherwalk

 

 

definition of mother: A mother can be a mother to children of any age,  and/or any woman who is raising a creation, a project, a vision or who ignites evolutionary energy in those around her

 
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a global walk for mothers everywhere


a weekly global walk for mothers everywhere

 

a global walk for mothers everywhere


a weekly global walk for mothers everywhere

 

Join us on Saturday mornings, 7 am, here in Brooklyn, or wherever you are

 

THE MAP:

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Call it a walk, a procession, a pilgrimage, but know that every Saturday morning we'll be walking starting at 7 am.   Join the stream when we get close to your house, or find us on the way. Walk out of your house in your pajamas or holding your coffee mug.  There is no being "on" here.  We are each here to recharge, through the alchemy of presence, ritual, collective energy, silence, laughter, nature, and anything else that might happen.

 

The walk occurs in silence – – but with total connection and warmth towards each other – – to wake up our inner life. Afterwards we chat. 

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THE BLUEPRINT: We walk in silence, allowing our collective energy as mothers to be felt and experienced, engaging in our own inner life as mothers as well. We walk through the park, have a meditation, a little free time, close the circle, and then stay and chat if we feel like it.

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THE BLUEPRINT: We walk in silence, allowing our collective energy as mothers to be felt and experienced, engaging in our own inner life as mothers as well. We walk through the park, have a meditation, a little free time, close the circle, and then stay and chat if we feel like it.

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Motherwalk is a global movement

Interested in starting a walk in your town, city, or village? click here