FULL MOON GODDESS CIRCLE
An evening of exploring how to love. How do we love the depths of ourselves and others? How do we hold a tender space of loving darkness?
On this Full Hunter’s Moon, we invite you to join us for an intimate gathering of Sisters. We will commune and share the power of the circle, to unite us in a time when emotions run high and our bodies are calling out for release.
We will be stepping into a new depth of our heart’s power. How do we love the darkness we see in others? And that within ourselves? How do we embrace the deepest shadows in the world, and tenderly love that within us? Can we hold each others as equals? Can we inhale care?
As we learn to do so, we become stronger and find freedom. We no longer hide. We are one with ourselves, and simply reveal who we are to the world. It is enough. It is loved.
Join us to be re-birthed in a new womb of self-love! Walk with Sisters into the truth of who you are, and the beauty you are here to claim. We are powerful alchemists with the courage to transmute all shadow through our heart’s capacity to love.
The evening will be guided by Energy Medicine Woman and Oxford University graduate Shelly Burton. Channeled wisdom, crystal bowl sound healing, drum rhythms and written exercises will steer the journey. Please note that you will have the option to share your experience with the group. Confidentiality is absolutely respected.
Can you hear your call for more?
Let’s reclaim sisterhood and our deepest bodily love on this full moon!
WHY THE FULL MOON?
Full moons are a time when emotions surface to clear. This moon exerts a stronger pull on the waters of the Earth, and raises the tides. We are mostly water, and in many Native American traditions the water is associated with the emotional body. So the full moon is exerting a stronger pull on our emotional body, bringing what needs to clear to surface.
ABOUT THE HUNTER'S MOON
The Hunter’s Moon is traditionally celebrated in Native American culture as a time when the fields have been cut, harvest has been gathered, the deer are fattened, and a storing of sustenance for the winter takes place. Many animals could easily come into sight, as they came out to enjoy the fallen grains. Hunter’s Moon, also called the Blood Moon, is traditionally celebrated as a feast day amongst particular Native American tribes, and also as far as Western Europe.
Date: Friday, October 6, 2017
Time: 8 - 10 pm. We begin promptly at 8 pm.
Location: 50 McMurray Ave, Unit 1, Toronto, ON, M6P 2T1
Reciprocity: $44 Advance + HST / $55 Door