The great treasuries of the world's traditions have been preserved most powerfully within art, music and literature. Inside these images and stories are seeds that can ignite our own imaginations, connecting us to both the ancient wisdom of the past and illuminating the latent wisdom that lies within each human heart. Mythica is dedicated to preserving the rich culture which is our human heritage and to passing on a legacy of creativity, contemplation and compassion .
2023: The Year of Poetry and Pilgrimage
This year Mythica will be offering pilgrimages to France, England and Scotland. Click here to learn more
We will also be offering "Gratitude Cafes", monthly gatherings of poetry and music.
Gratitude Cafe March 17, 10:30 am PST
A Celtic Celebration
Bring a candle and join Mythica online on Saint Patrick's Day for an hour of Celtic poetry , music, followed by and a ritual of gratitude as we celebrate the beauty of nature and power of friendship. A portion of all donations will go to a reforestation project in Ireland.
Join the Rose Sangha on Patreon here for monthly membership to the Gratitude Cafe or use the link below to register for this one event on a sliding scale.
Also recorded for later streaming
Sunday Evening Compline
5 pm PDT through Lent
One hour of contemplative music and meditation led by Kayleen Asbo and Robin O'Brien with a ritual of gratitude, music of Hildegard of Bingen, Taize and Gregorian Chant, a wisdom story from the Desert Fathers and Mothers of Egypt and an introduction to the Aramaic prayer of Jesus.
Available on a sliding scale and recorded fo later streaming
The Healing of Eve
Friday,March 24,10:30am - Noon PDT
The story of the Garden of Eden has been used across the centuries to oppress women with shame . In this circle on the Feast of the Annunciation, we offer a ritual of beauty, blessing and healing of the sacred feminine through art, music, poetry and writing practice. WIth Sue Ellen Parkinson, Kayleen Asbo, Anasuya Isaacs and Catherine Braslavsky.
Available on a sliding scale, and recorded for later streaming
Ave Eva with Catherine Braslavsky
Saturday, March 25, 2023 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM PDT
St John's Episcopal Church
40 Fifth Street, Petaluma
A heart opening interfaith concert for healing of Sacred Music in praise of the feminine: Gregorian chants, Medieval Jewish, Arabic and Christian pilgrimage songs, music of Hildegard of Bingen, French Troubadours and new compositions based on the Nag Hammadi texts, performed by Catherine Braslavsky (voice, dulcimer, bendir) and Gary Haggarty oud and Anasuya Isaacs, spoken word.
Sliding scale, $ 15-$ 35 in advance;
$20- 40 in cash or check only at the door
Love Letters for Vincent
Friday, March 31, 10 am - Noon PST
An online salon of love and memory on the anniversary of Vincent Van Gogh's birth, weaving together his exquisite and vibrant paintings, music inspired by his artwork composed and performed by pianist Kayleen Asbo, poetry by Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer and a heartfelt communal ritual of creativity.
Available on a Sliding Scale and also recorded for later streaming