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Sun, Jan 09


TOLIS Zoom Meeting Room

Leaders' Wisdom Circle

Network with other Nature-Centered Faith Group Leaders, Healers, Teachers and professionals in a safe circle of sharing. Find support, encouragement and advice to help you with your Work. Feed your soul, you who feed others! This is your time. Join in Loving Community.

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Leaders' Wisdom Circle
Leaders' Wisdom Circle

Time & Location

Jan 09, 2022, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM PST

TOLIS Zoom Meeting Room


About the Event

Planning an "in person" event in this pandemic world? Join us for our next Leaders' Wisdom Circle for the TOLIS on January 9 from 9a-12p (PT), 10a-1p (MT), 11a-2p (CT), 12-3p (ET) for a short worship, a leadership training on planning events in these times, an open round for discussion and a final round in gratitude and future planning/visioning. This is intentionally set up for naturecentric spiritual leaders/professionals to help us deepen our personal Work, as well as to connect/network with others to find a supportive community for leaders.

Michael Agee of Ffynnon ( will join us to lead a leadership training/group discussion:

Weaving the Necessities

From ceremonial magic to community kitchen, an approach to crafting a successful pagan event.  It all starts with that spark, that bit of divine inspiring light that descends into your life as an image of beauty and power and grace... that becomes a thread and all too soon a tangle of choices and meetings that bog down into ever more specific choices leaving you tearing your garments wondering “Why, oh why, do I let myself get into these things?!”

We’ve all been there. The purpose of this presentation is to offer one pagan’s approach to bringing off a successful event that leaves everyone’s heart uplifted and soul deepened without ruining your weekend. We also will be talking about best practices to holding events in person in this current pandemic climate, things to consider and choices to make... also, we'll discuss strategies for communicating with people with varying opinions of what they will personally do to keep everyone safest possible.

This should be a deep and important conversation.

Please join us in a Circle of Support for Nature-Centered Group Leaders, Healers, Teachers, and Professionals on January 9 from 9a-12p (PT), 10a-1p (MT), 11a-2p (CT), or 12-3p (ET).

This is a free benefit of membership in our association. Membership only requires 2 things, agreement with our ethics and a tiny contribution equivalent of $11 annually (which supports our website and media needs). Both can be done as part of the registration process.


  • 3 hours

    TOLIS Leaders' Wisdom Circle


  • 29 minutes

    Round 1: Ceremony and Centering

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iRev. Sarah Heartsong attends the Council meetings from Erosia in Shelton, Washington, one of our TOLIS Land Sanctuaries. Sarah is an ordained priestess (over 25 years of Sacred Service), the founder of the Tree of Life Interfaith Sanctuary (TOLIS), currently holding the title of Main Sanctuary Servant, and is the Lady of the Land of Erosia. She holds a BA in Religion/Global Studies, and a MA in Communication Studies. She is also a professional artisan with Heartsong Healing Arts’ Rare Earth Designs, which you can find at Heartsong Healing Arts and Rare Earth Designs and on Etsy.  

Best contacts are though email at or and available for text/phone at 575-640-8506. Sarah spends most of her days running Rare Earth Designs, making sacred art and tools, writing her books, which some are now out, and developing her Land Sanctuary, 13 acres in Shelton, WA with a Goddess Blessing Tree. (Among other projects)

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Joshua Rex, M.A., M.A.T., is a Mindfulness Coach and Teacher Trainer, working with individuals and organizations to design mindful approaches, routines, and techniques to support people in achieving their academic and professional goals, weaving in Social Emotional Learning through the Arts, Music, and Movement.

Joshua has worked in and around the classroom, working in after-school programs, childcare centers, and behavioral health organizations, providing scaffolded supports for children and adult learners. 

   Currently Joshua offers guidance and training in creating safe and predictable learning environments that are trauma-informed, and are grounded in restorative justice work.

   Joshua Serves as the President of the Board for the TOLIS.

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