9143 Befriending Clio
46 Day Access
Keywords: Personal Myth, Memory, Tradition, Muse
Legacy PPV—Befriending Clio: Unveiling the Mysteries of Tradition: A One-Day Event with Lazaris
The old paradigm is crumbling and a new paradigm is emerging—not fully formed, but a new paradigm. … And through that new paradigm futures emerge to be present. Working with memory, having a relationship with memory may for many divide those who “make it” in a world becoming new and those who “miss it”—those for whom it passes them by. ~ Lazaris
Memory is critically important. Memory holds our personal myth, our story that reveals the nature of who we are. It is also crucial to expanding our creativity and lifting it to innovation. It is the first mental skill humans have and all other mental skills emerge out of it. We need to collect memory and put it into form—collect the romance, the mystery, and the magic of memory — so it can have meaning, significance and value and so we can be changed by it. Working with memory, history, and tradition is a paramount part of remembering and reuniting—critical to our journey coming home.
Clio, the first-born of Mnemosyne, (the Goddess of Memory), is the proclaimer, recorder, witness, the teller of the tales, the mythmaker, the muse of tradition, the muse of words - spoken and written. Befriending Clio is a powerful way to work more powerfully with our memory, to work with our own personal myth, and to work with our personal framework in a changing world. By working with Clio, we can edit our tradition and our personal story creating a better past and present that is more receptive to the virgin future.
In this One-Day experience, we are given an array of approaches we can use to befriend and work with Clio, from exploring our tradition, working with our personal myth, and working with our legacy, to working with history itself, the skill of writing, and developing the art of conversation.
Befriending Clio is brought to life in three beautiful and profound rituals—
*In a sacred place with our mentors (some who may be renowned creative people), ancients, and others we create a beautiful and majestic fire from which emerges Mnemosyne, the Goddess of Memory. From her steps forth Clio, who comes to us in her beauty and opens her arms in an embrace. Time stands still as we rest, lean and are held
*Returning to Clio’s embrace, she takes us to a secret world where we free our imagination in a conversation of dreams, desires, and fantasies. From the book she always holds, Clio relates to us our tradition, our history, our memories, our legacy. Through her touch, we are transported, the mystery of our tradition is unveiled, seeds are planted inside of us and we are healed.
*Clio beckons us—we follow and are teased and taunted by her as she moves always just beyond our reach. Finding ourselves deep in the wood, we are embraced once again as she creates a domain of innovation. We stand within, willing to pursue the ultimate of our desires, needs and drives, chasing the reverie of the sacred, and reaching beyond to allow and receive the luster of innovation in the dawning of a New Day.
Befriending Clio is a magical and mystical way to enhance our relationship with memory. Clio can also be an ally in our Great Work, as we discover greater dimensions of our power and find new directions in life. In working with Clio, we can glimpse answers to the questions, “Who are you?” and “Why are you here?” Welcome.
Our cancellation policy: Please note that any cancellations need to be arranged before or during the actual broadcast dates. Any cancellation requests during the broadcast time frame will be handled on a case-by-case basis and may be subject to a cancellation/transfer fee depending upon the reason for cancellation. Any potential refunds will be decided upon at the time of cancellation. Once the broadcast dates have ended, no refunds or credits will be available.
About couples or small groups wanting to participate on one computer: Each computer user will need to purchase a ticket for the Online Event with Lazaris. Enter only one ticket per computer to participate in the Online Event. Should there be additional attendees gathering for this event at your computer, please call the Concept:Synergy office and have each additional person register and pay for the event.