The “social glue” that holds us together.
I recently learned a new term – social reproduction. Upon learning the definition, I suspect you, like me, will think: “So that’s what social scientist call it.” In other words, while the term may be new to you, the concept is not.
In a 2016 interview with Dissent magazine, Nancy Fraser, a professor of philosophy and politics at The New School for Social Research, defined social reproduction as: “the creation and maintenance of social bonds.”
Social reproduction is the “social glue” that holds families and communities together. It consists of two parts. The first part is…
The Shakti Stewardship Program
with Kim Bushore-Maki
For those who are committed to leading from a place of congruence, wholeness, and flexibility while staying present to what lives in their heart. This program explores energy, archetypes, consciousness, and spirit and is based on the premise that to live your soul’s purpose is the highest form of service you can offer the world.
I encourage you to check out the program and notice if the description resonates with you. If yes, then join me this spring as I guide people toward identifying their higher purpose so that they may serve the world from a place of joy and bliss.
Building Community, Changing Lives
Shakti in the Mountains is a community for women (and the men who support them) to cultivate, nurture and celebrate the feminine.
The feminine is the creative energy present in all humans. It is the power that transforms consciousness itself. The feminine is the fuel we use to generate new ideas as well as the energy we use to take care of what we love. Without the feminine, our world would be lifeless and unsustainable.
We are dedicated to elevating the feminine: to providing opportunities for folks to recognize this innate power and to use it to create health, vitality and joy.
— COVID-19 STATEMENT —
Shakti in the Mountains has a mask optional policy. This means, unless otherwise stated, each person who enters the building may choose to wear a face mask. Each facilitator may decide what their mask-wearing policy is for their particular event/workshop. If someone is feeling unwell or knows they are sick, then they are asked to stay at home until they are no longer contagious. If the only way you can attend an event is if a mask policy is in effect, or if you have any questions or concerns please contact Kim Bushore-Maki.
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Shakti in the Mountains celebrates diversity and works to create an inclusive environment where everyone feels respected and safe. We do not discriminate based on a person's color, race, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, ethnicity, religion (creed), ability, age, marital status, citizenship, or nationality. We invite everyone, who participates in our community, to help us create a welcoming environment which promotes healing, encourages kindness, and fosters respect.