Episode 32 – Lila Sophia Tresemer, Co-Founder The Star House Temple

By Aaron Perry | Podcast

Mar 21
Lila Sophia Tresemer - Podcast
Y on Earth Community Podcast
Y on Earth Community Podcast
Episode 32 - Lila Sophia Tresemer, Co-Founder The Star House Temple
[GOT SOPHIA?] Celebrating the wisdom of the Divine Feminine, and the importance of cultivating balance in the age of the Anthropocene, Lila Sophia Tresemer, Co-Founder of The Star House and their Sacred Arts Program (SAP), discuses the importance of reverence for the sacred that pervades our bodies, our landscapes, and our world. Lila embodies the wisdom that our spiritual cultivation is essential to creating a culture of regeneration, stewardship, and sustainability. A trans-denominational temple (TEMPLE = Templates of Embodied, Mindful Patterns for Living on Earth), The Star House is a beautifully designed mind/body/spirit activating architectural treasure rooted in the soil, open to the tranquil forested landscape and connected to the celestial bodies above.

This May 17-19, the Y on Earth Community is hosting a 3-day summit: Massively Mobilizing Sustainability: Deep Leadership for the 21st Century, at The Star House outside Boulder, Colorado. Enjoy exclusive 25% savings on all-access tickets with the special discount code: STARHOUSE at https://yonearth.org/events/summit2019/.

Learn more about the Sacred Arts Program (SAP) at sapcp.wildapricot.org


About the Author

Aaron William Perry is a writer, public speaker, impact entrepreneur, consultant, artist and father. The author of Y on Earth: Get Smarter, Feel Better, Heal the Planet, Aaron works with the Y on Earth Community and Impact Ambassadors to spread the THRIVING & SUSTAINABILITY messages of hopeful and empowering information and inspiration to diverse communities throughout the world. Stewardship, regeneration, health, well-being, and sustainability are at the core of his work. He resides in Colorado where he is continually in awe of the weather, appreciative of the singing birds, and entertained by the antics of the free-range (and free-thinking) ducks and chickens outside his window.