Through Your Own Lens “Snapshot Sessions”
July 19, 2021 @ 6:45 pm - May 17, 2022 @ 8:45 pm
If you’ve participated in a Through Your Own Lens® retreat or workshop, you’ll remember how excited you were to discover the “I-did-not-see-that-coming” revelations at the end of the day.
Based on comments from several past Through Your Own Lens® participants, I’ve created a way to re-experience the visual meditation and accompanying epiphanies without the full day commitment. And it’s only for those who, like you, have done the full day retreat between 2011 and now.
I’m calling them “Snapshot Sessions,” and they’re two-hour virtual (Zoom) photo debrief sessions, once a month, that will have a pre-assignment based on a specific theme.
I’m limiting the sessions to FOUR participants, so in that two-hour time frame, your photo(s) will get at least thirty minutes of discussion and discovery, conversation and compelling coaching questions, that will lead you toward a greater understanding of, and appreciation for, who you are and how you show up in the world.
And you’ll contribute to someone else’s growth, which I think is kind of sacred work.
Plus, you’ll be with like-minded people—seekers and seers, who are curious and compassionate—for a couple of hours a month.
Pricing is as follows:
Any six sessions—$549
The sessions will be held the THIRD MONDAY of every month, beginning March 15, from 6:45-8:45 p.m. Eastern time.
To register, submit payment via PayPal below, then follow the instructions on the landing page you’ll be directed to once you’ve submitted payment. If your first choice session(s) have been sold out, I’ll let you know, and you can get on the waiting list, choose another session, or request a refund.
Through Your Own Lens® “Snapshot Sessions” 2021-2022
Please note: What you see below are the themes. You’ll get specifically designed photo assignments that will guide your attention to finding visual expressions of each theme once you’ve registered.
SOLD OUT March 15, 2021: Embracing the Not-Yet
March. It isn’t winter, but it isn’t really spring, either. This months’ photo assignment will prompt you to gain insight into what happens when you need to patiently let things unfold.
SOLD OUT April 19, 2021: Rebirthing Your Creative Drive
What wants to be born in the season of rebirth? Your photo assignment this month will help you focus on creativity and nurturing.
May 17, 2021: Signs of Unapologetic Existence
It’s the lusty month of May, as the song goes. This month’s photo assignment will give you clarity on where you are, or would like to be, living unapologetically.
REGISTRATION CLOSED June 21, 2021: Graduation (an ending) and Commencement (a beginning)
Forgive the obvious theme here, and explore the photo assignments to go deeper into your own endings and beginnings.
July 19, 2021: Defining Freedom
Why do we sometimes feel free to be ourselves, and sometimes feel we need to subdue ourselves? What happens when we’re free to live in alignment with our values? July’s photo assignments will help you find answers, and guide you toward more personal agency.
August 16, 2021: Dog Days
How well do you respect your true energy level? When do you push beyond what’s right for you? When do you just get lazy? This month’s photo assignment will guide you toward more self-awareness and self-care.
September 20, 2021: Shiny New Lunchbox
Ah, September. The start of a new academic year, the Jewish New Year. The potential for a do-over. Your photo assignment this month will be about how we show up when we’re given a fresh start.
October 18, 2021: Master of Disguise
We’ve all got a number of alter egos, roles we play, masks we wear. For October, your photo assignment will give you an awareness of what these are for you, and how to unmask your authentic self.
November 15, 2021: Appreciating Chaos
The garden begins to go brown. Politics are in the news. Your family gets together. In November, shit gets messy. Your photo assignment will help you explore your own relationship to the messy stuff.
December 20, 2021: Comfort and Joy
Another year is ending. How intentional do you want to be about the holiday season? December’s photo assignment is designed to focus on what brings you to a place of comfort, trust, faith, joy.
January (2022): What Gets You Through
As the new year dawns, what are the things that get you through? This unexpected photo assignment will have you recognizing pathways you might not have otherwise noticed.
February (2022): Where You Live
We all live in homes, in communities, in countries, in the world. And we live inside our bodies, inside ourselves. The photo assignment for February will help you explore the places you live to find out more about where you belong.