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Alison Lieu
Cosmic Sister Special Talent Scholarship
Moon & Cycle Ceremony

“I think one of the ways humans learn is through modeling, and I can’t picture what healthy grieving looks like.” – Alison Lieu

Please join us in congratulating Alison Lieu (@alisoneatsworld), a health and fitness professional who has been awarded a Cosmic Sister Special Talent Scholarship to attend The Moon & Cycle Ceremony hosted by April Clark (@aprilclarkembodiment).

“In our society, we celebrate youth, and we hide our elders instead of celebrating death as a part of life,” she says. “I think I have some unprocessed grief. I think one of the ways humans learn is through modeling, and I can’t picture what healthy grieving looks like.”

Alison holds an MBA from IE Business School in Madrid and a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies: Business and Political Science from the University of California, Riverside.

The merit-based Cosmic Sister Special Talent Scholarship helps outstanding women explore immersive experiences and educational opportunities in support of women’s voices in environmental and psychedelic feminism—and beyond.

The Moon & Cycle Ceremony is a series of 12 weekly immersive workshops in sacred circle hosted by April Clark (@aprilclarkembodiment), starting October 5. Learn more or register through RoseHips Movement (@rosehips_movement). 10% of registration fees will be donated to Water Protectors, which is leading the effort to stop Line 3, a proposed oil pipeline from Alberta, Canada, to Superior, Wisconsin (@stopline3pipeline).

Photo by Tramy Hoang

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October 2021