We are overJOYed to invite you to join us Under The Golden Willow Tree of World Unity Week as we celebrate the ‘Love Heals’ documentary film and movement. Women & Children marginalized impacts are what we shine light on and ultimately empower for 2+ years and are thrilled to uplift and shed light on this LGBTQ+ Women’s leadership project during LGBTQ+ Pride Month too! Women, men, youth and non-binary humans are all welcome to this special circle via Zoom and live-streamed into a SINE WAVE onto Facebook.
We are blessed to have the director and producer of the film LOVE HEALS, Krisanna Sexton and Dana Croschere join us in circle, live to explore the stories that are fueling a movement that is opening hearts and minds across the globe. We will be premiering an extending trailer and circle about the power of this film too!
CAN AN ANCIENT PRINCIPLE KNOWN FOR 10,000 YEARS BE THE SECRET TO HEALING?
**LOVE HEALS** follows the journey of Dana, a chronic pain sufferer in search of healing. Her partner, Krisanna, is a filmmaker, and together they travel the country to understand how this ancient principle has helped so many heal and to see what’s possible for those experiencing these practices for the first time.
In circle we will explore these questions: What does it mean to truly heal?
Does this wisdom have the power to change our world?
Presented by: Sommer Joy Ramer Creator of Garden Of Joy & Co-Founder of SINE (Synergized Impact Network Exchange) & Heather Elizabeth’s SHINE (Supporting Humanity In Navigating Evolution).
Here is a personal message from Heather Elizabeth about the film:
“Through a beautiful weaving of synchronicity, I crossed paths with Dana and Krisanna through a mutual friend on FaceBook who was attending a screening of Love Heals. As an energy medicine practitioner for almost 12 years, I immediately recognized the power of the film and the impact its message could have upon humanity’s awakening to its innate capacity for healing. A synergistic collaboration is being cultivated between SHINE and Love Heals documentary film which stems from a powerful friendship and mutual respect that these women share. A deepening of this relationship comes from a common PRIDE in being members of the LGBTQ+ commUNITY.”