كيف تحصل على المال عبر الإنترنت 2017 Preliminary Program

The Organizers of Goddess Spirit Rising are committed to enhancing the presence of Goddess Energy in the World and so have designed this weekend as a buffet of offerings from the many paths to the Goddess.  The views or practices of the presenters may not be the same as ours but we honor their right to find the path that calls to them. In this spirit, we offer this schedule.

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http://rozenhout.nl/portfolio_page/design-kasten/feed/ Morning Meditation – With Sandra Roman

Kundalini Yoga kriyas  meditation to awake the energies of the Maiden Goddess within.

 Temple

http://www.swazilandforum.com/?n=autopzionibinarie-ho-perso-tutto 8:00 – 9:00am Breakfast 

Dinning Hall

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If you have been thinking about your spiritual well-being and want to make some changes in your life, come and join us in a healing circle where you can open yourself to healing in a trusting and confidential environment with like-minded individuals. A healing circle is comprised of a maximum of 20 participants who take it in turns to voice an issue or burden that they want to heal using the collective energies of the circle and with the guidance, support and protection of the ancestors of the spiritual world. The healing will be conducted by Bilawara Lee who is an Aboriginal Elder of the Larrakia Nation of Darwin, Northern Territory Australia. She is a healer and teacher of the ancient wisdoms of Aboriginal spirituality. Bilawara in Larrakia language means the black cockatoo. It is an ancestral spirit being and embodies the energy of change. The black cockatoo represents the power of spirit coming into your life. It could be a strengthening of your own spirit and soul, or a celebration of any spirits or gods or goddess that you happen to believe in. Black cockatoo energy tends to be celebratory and can bring about empowerment, happiness and contentment. Bilawara aims to provide a forum for the sharing of spiritual knowledge and wisdom and to promote discussion in order to assist with navigating this process of change  What you can expect  Be prepared and willing to share why you are in need of healing – choose just one issue

  • Anything shared within the circle, remains within the circle
  • Other than the facilitator, only the person with the “talking stick” may speak; participants are
  • requested not to counsel or make suggestions while the circle is held
  • Participants are given a second opportunity to speak on their issue if they wish
  • When the circle is complete, we direct white light into our crystals and out into our heart
  • chakras and call on our spiritual ancestors to assist us with healing our wounds and lifting our burdens
  • If you have a favorite crystal, bring it along so that it may resonate to the energy of the group.

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http://bestff.net/partners/Cached THE WORLD CAULDRON: go   watch Our Deep Returning to the Sacred Source

We circle around this great thrumming bowl, the sacred vessel that contains our most ancient understandings of the world; this belly of eternal rhythms that rock and churn and pound into the hollows of our bones. The songs of this great cauldron fill our bodies with primordial resonances. Our skin vibrates with echoes from the voices of grandmothers singing softly or robustly far out around the rim. We keep returning to this bowl; we cannot help ourselves for we yearn to merge with far more primal versions of ourselves. We watch those old ones as they stir the magic all around, mix and blend until it spills the brim. And so we crouch beside the cauldron, binding our world together, each sister strong beside her sisters, clans and keepers of the changing earth…

With her most recent work, Weavers’ Oracle, at the core of this workshop, Carolyn will guide a journey of mystic tale, intuitive ritual and profound song around the rim of the world cauldron…

 For more information about Carolyn’s work: www.seventhwavemusic.co.uk

 

  http://chalkstreamflyfishing.co.uk/Â Susun Weed

click site Magical Plants

Flying ointments, love potions, third-eye opening tinctures, visionary smokes, dream pillows, star-gate smudges, and so much more. Tuck a sprig of Artemisia behind your ear and join Susun for a magical romp through aromatic fields of mind-altering, magical plants. We’ll encounter an array of deadly – and ever so useful – green (and purple) allies, including blissful ananadine, the-insides-of-things mushrooms, and happy, high herbs galore. Bring your questions and your experiences to add to our magical cauldron.

  http://davidlilja.se/web-unlimited-music/ 12:00 – 2:00pm  LUNCH 

2:00 – 5:00pm Various Fringe Workshops (You must sign up in Registration for the following workshops)

Bilawara

HEALING CIRCLE

If you have been thinking about your spiritual well-being and want to make some changes in your life, come and join us in a healing circle where you can open yourself to healing in a trusting and confidential environment with like-minded individuals. A healing circle is comprised of a maximum of 20 participants who take it in turns to voice an issue or burden that they want to heal using the collective energies of the circle and with the guidance, support and protection of the ancestors of the spiritual world. The healing will be conducted by Bilawara Lee who is an Aboriginal Elder of the Larrakia Nation of Darwin, Northern Territory Australia. She is a healer and teacher of the ancient wisdoms of Aboriginal spirituality. Bilawara in Larrakia language means the black cockatoo. It is an ancestral spirit being and embodies the energy of change. The black cockatoo represents the power of spirit coming into your life. It could be a strengthening of your own spirit and soul, or a celebration of any spirits or gods or goddess that you happen to believe in. Black cockatoo energy tends to be celebratory and can bring about empowerment, happiness and contentment. Bilawara aims to provide a forum for the sharing of spiritual knowledge and wisdom and to promote discussion in order to assist with navigating this process of change  What you can expect  Be prepared and willing to share why you are in need of healing – choose just one issue

  • Anything shared within the circle, remains within the circle
  • Other than the facilitator, only the person with the “talking stick” may speak; participants are
  • requested not to counsel or make suggestions while the circle is held
  • Participants are given a second opportunity to speak on their issue if they wish
  • When the circle is complete, we direct white light into our crystals and out into our heart
  • chakras and call on our spiritual ancestors to assist us with healing our wounds and lifting our burdens
  • If you have a favorite crystal, bring it along so that it may resonate to the energy of the group.

Limited to 20 people

Carolyn Hillyer

THE WORLD CAULDRON: Our Deep Returning to the Sacred Source

We circle around this great thrumming bowl, the sacred vessel that contains our most ancient understandings of the world; this belly of eternal rhythms that rock and churn and pound into the hollows of our bones. The songs of this great cauldron fill our bodies with primordial resonances. Our skin vibrates with echoes from the voices of grandmothers singing softly or robustly far out around the rim. We keep returning to this bowl; we cannot help ourselves for we yearn to merge with far more primal versions of ourselves. We watch those old ones as they stir the magic all around, mix and blend until it spills the brim. And so we crouch beside the cauldron, binding our world together, each sister strong beside her sisters, clans and keepers of the changing earth…

With her most recent work, Weavers’ Oracle, at the core of this workshop, Carolyn will guide a journey of mystic tale, intuitive ritual and profound song around the rim of the world cauldron…

 For more information about Carolyn’s work: www.seventhwavemusic.co.uk

Judy Piazza

Sisters of the Heartbeat Rhythm & Song Workshop

Bring your hearts and hands to the drum! This workshop will be primarily focused on the larger drums such as djembes, ashikos, cajons, with demonstrations of frame drums from around the world.   Learn to speak the language of these drums, resonating with the heartbeat of Gaia.  We’ll play rhythms from around the world, as well as from our own indigenous self, creating healing vibrations of harmony and joy.  Bring a drum or use one that may be available.  Any drum, percussion instrument (and voice!) welcome, but instruction will be primarily focused on the larger drums.

Alisa Starkweather

She Calls Us Home 

Women know it is our time to reclaim the power of our sovereign selves waiting for our conscious return. Goddess stirs our collective memory because when we recognize her story, we excavate our own inner legacy of being mystic, priestess, healer and potential legendary magic makers. We are here to shift patterns, reclaim ancient feminine wisdom and open our wild hearts with wonder, meaning and depth. With the tools of ritual, we build a strong container where our courage and commitment become the sinews in the bonds of global sisterhood rising. Come co-create an initiatory realm where a transformational portal brings us homeward  to our fierce feminine selves which can hold both our vulnerability as our strength, our ferocity as protectors of life on our planet and each other as sacred vessels. Be prepared to dive deep and to source what powers you are brave enough to own.

5:30-6:30pm  Dinner 

7:00 – 10:00pm  Dancing and Singing in the Goddess

Julie Felix                   Sandra Roman

Carolyn Hillyer          Wendy Rule

Michelle Manu           Vicki Scotti

Judy Piazza                 ALisa Starkweather

Jen Rogar                    

Friday September 8th, 2017

7:30 – 8:00am  Choose from the following

Morning Meditation – With Judy Piazza

Chanting from the Heart of Devotion 

Begin your day in devotion and communal song. Chant / hum / sing to the formless feminine that takes so many forms!  Explore the world of Sanskrit chants in simple call and response style and other sacred languages.  We sing to still the mind, open the heart, and let our spirit soar!  No experience necessary.  Just come with an open heart.

Morning Hula Meditation – With Michelle Manu

Join Kumu Michelle for a powerful moving morning meditation as Akua (the sun) has risen. Connect with the Kupuna (ancestors), Haumea (Mother Earth), her offspring (keiki) – the wind (wiliwili), animals (holoholona), and spirits (uhane). To silence our mind and bring the spirit back into the body to feel one’s breath and love for self as Ahi Ula (Female Principle is the sacred flame) and Makaula (oracle) accesses prophetic role of ‘ike papalua (second sight). (Please no noise making jewelry during this workshop.)

8:00 – 9:00am  Breakfast 

9:00 – 11:00am  Opening Ceremony 

Featuring BJ Long 

I am a Circle…

Part 1 The Yggdrasil’

At the base of the Yggdrasil (the World Tree), The Weavers of Destiny the Maiden, the Mother and the Crone have lost their way….. Big Time. In the shadows the Beast lays in wait and the Yggdrasil is dying.

And so, the quest begins for a Woman to heal her ancestral wounds in The Labyrinth of Life, reawaken her matriarchal lineage, reclaim her true self and restore Divine Feminine Energy.

This beautiful performance event invites the audience to hold the rim of the Sacred Women’s Circle, deeply experience its mythology and honour the 9 initiations of a Woman’s awakening through, story, song, music, movement, and theatre.

Written and performed by BJ Long

Director Celia White

Music Roberto and Mauricio Iregui

 

11:00 – 12:20am  Choose from the Following Workshops

Amalya Peck and Judith Laxer

DEVOTIONAL DANCING & CHANTING  

Come express your devotion to the Divine Feminine with guided movement by Amalya and chanting with Rev. Judith Laxer.  Accompanied by Judith’s live drumming plus some recorded songs, we will honor the Goddess in each other with some “Sufi-inspired” circle dances; we will bless the Goddess within yourself as expressed in each of your chakras; we will offer devotional movements to the altars and icons in the temple; and conclude with a group spiral dance. Amalya will provide colorful veils and hip scarves, but feel free to bring your own too. No dance experience is needed…(no choreography to learn)…just the desire to express devotion through your body and soul. This is a very beautiful and gently paced experiential workshop and you are welcome to move as much or as little as you want! Wear clothes (and shoes, if desired) that are easy to move in.

 

Star Goode

Sheela na gigs, the Origins of Culture, and the Return of the Sacred Female Body

Our ancestors perceived the powers of the Feminine to be the creative source of reality. The startling image of a female displaying the power of her sex manifests as a reoccurring theme across time and space all over the world in the sacred arts of India, Africa, the Americas, Oceania, and Europe. From Kali to Sheela na gigs, all are archetypal expressions of the yoni of the Great Goddess. By reclaiming the sanctity of women’s bodies, we are seeding the foundation of a life-affirming culture, to experience the world as unified, meaningful, and alive.

Lisa Levart

Art, Activism and the Goddess

In this workshop, we will explore the creative artwork of various artists in America- myself included- that have used Goddess imagery as an affirmation of female power and independence. The first half will be a presentation of the seminal artwork of the artists from the 1960’s and 1970’s, and a screening of the short (13 min.) film Goddess on Earth. The second half will be experiential- we will use these Goddess images to bring deeper mindfulness to our everyday life; physically embody the ancient myths through action and play, and invigorate our collective memory while sharing our journeys.

Wendy Rule

THE DESCENT OF THE GODDESS: 

Loss, Fear and Transformation in the Myth of Persephone

Join Visionary Songstress Wendy Rule as she explores the central themes of one of Western Cultures most important myths – the Ancient Greek story of the descent into the Underworld of the maiden goddess Persephone, and the subsequent grief of her mother Demeter, the goddess of the grain. Wendy will use songs from her current project ‘Persephone’ (new album to be released in 2018), as well as stories from her ongoing travels to the myth’s sacred sites in Greece to unveil some of the most vital aspects of this complex and transformative myth. Combining ritual, music, meditation, discussion and story, Wendy’s workshops are powerful and joyful experiences that deepen our understanding of Myth, Magic and The Goddess.

 12:30– 2:00pm   LUNCH 

2:00 – 3:20pm  Choose from the following workshops

Kim Duckett                          

“The Wheel of the Year:

 An Earth-based Spiritual Psychology for Women” 

This workshop is an educational and experiential overview of the Wheel of the Year as an ancient and contemporary spiritual psychology. The Seasons and the corresponding “seasons” of women’s lives come to life in this multifaceted teaching. Whether you are already formally trained in spiritual traditions that honor the holy days such as Beltane, Winter Solstice, and Samhain, or are just curious and want to know more… Come hear this unique teaching on the psychological significance of the Wheel of the Year.

Kim has this to say about her work regarding the Wheel:

“Although my interests and my work encompass all aspects of women’s spirituality generally, and Dianic Goddess traditions in particular, for the last 24 years much of my work has focused on European earth-based shamanic and magical traditions. The centrality of the Wheel of the Year or the Wheel of Life in these traditions has become a beloved tool in my personal spiritual practice. I have also discovered, along with my sisters who have followed the Wheel together as a community for many years now, that the Wheel is not simply a teaching or illustrative tool about the seasons, or planting, or a backdrop for the agricultural myths of antiquity. I have come to see it as an ancient “psychology” and a spiritual Path and teach it as such.”

Rev. Judith Laxer

Athena: A Goddess for Our Time

Athena, known as the Goddess of Wisdom, is often maligned because her myth relays that She was born from Her father’s head rather than Her mother’s womb. Peeling back the patriarchal layers of this tale, we notice some discrepancies which clue us in to how Athena, like most strong women, is often considered a traitor to her sex. Athena as fair, tough, wise and protective is alive in every woman. Exploring Athena’s origins, we’ll investigate the nature of androgyny, and discover how Athena models courage, intuition, authority and strength; the principals of feminine leadership sorely needed in present times.

Sandra Roman

Healing Our First Blood with the “Ñustas” of the Southern Cross

In the Quechua language of Andinean people, Ñusta means “princess”. Far from being glamorous, Ñustas were fierce warrioresses, guiding bravely their people to be free of Spanish conquerors who brought violence, rape and terror to the “new discovered” continent.

Ñustas were maidens who faced the power of their king fathers and affirmed their own sovereignty. As them, we need to heal our Ñusta within, in order to recover our lost innocence and to heal the wounds we suffered as women born in patriarchal times.

As “ñustas” in this modern times, we need to return to honor our menstrual cycle, the blood of life. We will heal our wounded self-esteem, by owning our female powers, so we will help to heal the entire planet, our Mother Goddess which is the Earth.

Come to meet your Ñusta within and restore your powers of love and healing!

Constance Tippett

The Body of The Goddess

Do you have the body of a Goddess? We Goddesses come in so many different sizes, shapes and colors. And, we are all simply divine. Come have some fun in a creative and expressive workshop were you can sculpt yourself as the Goddess that you are.  Constance Tippett, the world famous Goddess sculptress, will be there to help you form your own personal vision of beauty, using air-dry clay. Relax, breath and enjoy the creative process with friends in this beautiful festive atmosphere, and go home with a Goddess!

 3:30-5:00

Cristina Biaggi

Volcano Goddesses and My Volcanoes I Have Climbed

In this power point presentation accompanied by images I will examine volcano Goddesses and talk about my experiences climbing various volacanoes around the world.  In many cultures fire and mountains are considered female and people living near volcanoes often perceive them as particularly powerful Goddesses. Some of the  volcano Goddesses I will talk about are Aetna from Sicily in Italy, Pele, from Hawaii, Lahalon from the Philippines, Chuginadak from Aleut Islands off the coast of Alaska and others. I will also describe and illustrate some of the more memorable volcano climbs I have accomplished

 

Letecia Layson

Voices of She of Many Colors – Sharing Perspectives and Practices of Devotion – A multicultural roundtable/workshop

Biliwara Lee (Australian Aborignal GrandMother)

Michelle Manu

Perla Daly

Letecia Layson –Moderator

Biliwara Lee and Julie Tumamait-Stenslie will speak about perspectives and practices of devotion from the Australian Aboriginal and Chumash cultures.  They will also speak about “Earth Mother Wisdom”, how it is shared and or reflected in their culture, spiritual practices, rites and ceremonies.

 

Nancy Vedder-Shults, Ph.D

The World is Your Oracle: Divinatory Practices for Tapping Your Inner Wisdom 

In this interactive workshop, we will use some of the divinatory methods that Nancy has gathered in her new book The World Is Your Oracle to explore a number of ways that ancient, indigenous, and contemporary cultures have tapped into the wisdom that resides within each of us. After eliciting questions that need answers, we will invite our inner wisdom to respond.  As opposed to the pre-programmed answers provided by Tarot, the I Ching, or runes, the techniques we will investigate employ the three major intuitive senses: the visual, auditory, and kinesthetic.  Such embodied oracles help us to turn inward in order to develop deep listening, deep vision, and deep sensing of our flashes of insight.

Opening to our inner depths in this way allows us to set priorities, meet challenges, and find creative solutions.  Such practices can strengthen us in our insight, determination, and courage, empowering us on our spiritual paths as well as in our daily life.  This workshop is an ideal introduction for those who are just beginning to perform oracles as well as an opportunity for those experienced with divination to find fresh inspiration. Come and sink deeply into your inner knowing, fine-tune your life’s trajectory, and renew your connection with Spirit.

5:30-6:30pm  Dinner

7:00 – 10:00pm  Concert

Amalya                    BJ Long

Julie Felix               Judy Piazza

Carolyn Hillyer      Wendy Rule

Lura James             Vicki Scotti

Judith Laxer           

Saturday September 9th, 2017

7:30 – 8:00am  Choose from the following

Morning Meditation – With Judy Piazza

Chanting from the Heart of Devotion

Begin your day in devotion and communal song. Chant / hum / sing to the formless feminine that takes so many forms!  Explore the world of Sanskrit chants in simple call and response style and other sacred languages.  We sing to still the mind, open the heart, and let our spirit soar!  No experience necessary.  Just come with an open heart.

Morning Hula Meditation – With Michelle Manu

Join Kumu Michelle for a powerful moving morning meditation as Akua (the sun) has risen. Connect with the Kupuna (ancestors), Haumea (Mother Earth), her offspring (keiki) – the wind (wiliwili), animals (holoholona), and spirits (uhane). To silence our mind and bring the spirit back into the body to feel one’s breath and love for self as Ahi Ula (Female Principle is the sacred flame) and Makaula (oracle) accesses prophetic role of ‘ike papalua (second sight). (Please no noise making jewelry during this workshop.)

8:00 – 9:00am Breakfast

9:00 – 10:20am  Choose from the following workshops

Lithia Brigan

Rite of the Warrior Queen

Did you know that all women have super-powers? These powers are your birthrite, handed down to you through your mother’s line across time immemorial—all the way back to the womb of the Cosmos herself. You are not merely a reflection of divinity, but Divinity itself rendered from stardust into fierce female form. These powers are not intended to hold dominion over, but rather emanate from within to radiate out in support of all that is real and true and holy in the world. In this hands-on workshop/ritual, we will invoke the great Warrior Queens of history and legend, lay claim to our sacred tools, and step into our personal power to achieve our full potential in all aspects of life.

Rev. Judith Laxer

Persephone’s Descent: A Journey to Womanhood

As the season blazes in Autumn color, Persephone, daughter of the Great Grain Goddess Demeter, descends to the underworld. Pulling back the layers of patriarchal myth that tells us Hades abducted Her against Her will, we find something else, something deeper and more spiritually profound; a non-violent tale in which Persephone chooses a sovereign journey propelled by Her own desire. In the world below, Persephone is initiated into the deeper mysteries of love, death and rebirth so that She may emerge in season having gained experience and insight in living this metaphoric love story between darkness and light.

Ava Park

WOMAN’s REAL SUPERPOWER 

We are taught at every turn that it is right for us to learn, to grow, to work to evolve, to make an effort to become better, to strive for improvement. Do we not attend these sorts of workshops to do just that? But what if this commonly accepted assumption is just yet another sneaky patriarchal reversal in disguise? Consider a radically different view of who you as Woman are …  how you as Woman are meant to live on Mother Earth … and, in ritual space, receive a marvelous, spontaneous hands-on gift of support for your own natural superpower from your sisters. You will go forth peaceful, clear and calm as a mountain lake.    

The QUEEN TEACHINGS for WOMEN with AVA ©  

714/392-0558  info@GoddessTempleOC.org   www.GoddessTempleOC.org 

 

Omehra Sigahne   

Pakikipagkapwa: Sacred Interconnections

This Workshop will discuss the Philippine indigenous worldview of kapwa and pakikipagkapwaKapwa is a Filipino word that means fellow or self in other. Pakikipagkapwa is sacred interconnection.

We use the Babaylan Mandala as a tool of awakening and envisioning this deep awareness of pakikipagkapwa.

The babaylan role is ancient in the Philippines, and is the title given a spiritual woman leader of a village who brings about wholeness, balance, healing and justice for individuals and her community.

The Babaylan Mandala incorporates baybayin, the ancient Philippine writing system, Filipino tattoo markings, the tree of life and other universal symbols.

In these chaotic times, this tool can be used to connect to the ancestors, nature, humanity, self, to realms beyond even our 5 senses, and at the same time ground yourself.

 

10:30 – 11:50am  Choose from the following workshops

Veronica Iglesias & Anne Key

Fierce, Compassionate and Protective: Goddesses From Central Mexico

In this workshop, participants will explore the archetypes of thirteen ancient Goddesses of Central Mexico: Tonantzin; La Gran Diosa de Teotihuacan; Coatlicue; Cihuateteo; Itzpapalotl; Coyolxauhqul; Tlaltecuhtli; Malinalxochitl; Xochiquetzal; Mayahuel; Chantico; Cihuacoatl; and Tlazolteotl. Using power point, we will show images from codices, statuary, and carvings that exemplify the rich history and symbolism of these deities. For each Goddess, we will discuss the elements, rituals, and spiritual practices that have been used (and still used) to honor them.

Central Mexican deities have much to teach us, about the spirituality, behavior, and the life/death cycles. These archetypes can help us feel whole—complete–as women. The workshop will be interactive, combining divination and ritual with scholarship and research to bring these Goddesses into the present.

Michelle Manu

Women Warriors

Warrior women, since the beginning of existence, have always protected themselves, their offspring and the people.

 HAWAIIAN HULA DANCE – The Hawaiian fighting art, Lua, was concealed in the Hula when once banned by the missionaries. Attendees will learn the basic hula steps with the kane (man; masculine; bottom half of the body) and the Wahine (woman; feminine; top half of the body). The fighting Lua techniques will be revealed in the Hula during this workshop. Areas of focus shall be lokahi (balance) and flow between the soft, hard, and duality within oneself through the Hula.

Delphine DeMore, Ph.D & Anique Radiant Heart

FEMALE LEADERSHIP – Midwifing the Motherworld

A Circle Discussion for Goddess Loving Leaders

All of us who choose to attend this conference are striving to make the world a better place for future generations.  We all have the same loving intention, through our love of Goddess and Her nature, to move forward, grow our community, and effect real change in the world.                                                                 Why is it then, that all over the world, Goddess communities – mostly held and led by women – are falling apart, or at the very least split and fractured?                                                                                                       We all bemoan the patriarchy, yet do any of us offer solutions?                                                                             There is a strong vision for another way – the Motherworld Way _ which is already being held by a growing community of women and men all over the world.  We would like to share that vision with you, and sit in circle and discuss the possibilities.

 12:00 – 2:00pm   LUNCH

2:00 – 3:20pm  Choose from the following workshops

Bilawara 

Healing with Star Dreaming Wisdom

Aboriginal cultures are the oldest continuous cultures on earth and the workshop will inform participants of her people’s ongoing relationship with the Star Nations (past, present and future). Bilawara will share information she has received from her Star Guide on how to live a spiritual life in these very difficult, rapidly changing times.

Limit 20 people

Max Dashu

The Cosmic Weaver

Creator goddesses and spinners of fate around the world: Neith, “Mother of the Gods” in Egypt, and the Seventh Nummo of the Dogon. Xi Wangmu, the cosmic pivot of the Big Dipper, and the Weaver Maiden in China. The Moirae of Greece and the Roman Parcae. Grandmother Spider in the Mississippian and Pueblo cultures, as well as in Navajo tradition. Maya Chak Chel and Aztec Tocí / Tlazolteotl, and Takutsi Nakawé of the Huichol. Weaver in the Moon in Iroquois and other North American sacred story. The Wyrd Sisters in Britain, Scandinavian Norns, Fatas and Sudice and Laimas. And more from the Andaman Islands, Iraq, Bali, Aotearoa, Peru, and among the Kuna of Panamá

Judy Piazza

Sounding Our Elemental Nature

Through various sound textures including didjeridu, voice, bells, bowls, drums, rattles, and dulsitar TM, we’ll explore our elemental nature, associating various sound textures with inner and outer Nature, and specifically the five elements of Earth, Air, Fire, Water and Ether.  Experience a healing soundbath, and conclude with group drumming!  Optional … Bring a drum or other smaller percussion.

Susun Weed

Open Consultations

“Ask Herbal Health Expert Susun Weed,” my weekly blog-talk show has garnered tens of thousands of fans who delight in learning about healing by nourishing, the Wise Woman Way. This live session will offer you a chance to step into the action and get your health and herbal questions answered. Or a chance to sit in and listen to a green witch who has been called “the encyclopedia of women’s health.”

3:30 – 4:50pm  Choose from the following workshops

Genevieve Mitchell & Kathryn Ravenwood

In Honor of Water

Join us to honor, bless, and journey to the Sacred Waters of Gaia. In this interactive workshop participants will co-create a Sacred Water Altar and participate in a ritual to honor the Waters of the World.  Using a guided meditation we will journey to witness the current condition of Gaia’s Waters. Then, using a co-created Water Altar, we offer our prayers and blessings to Gaia and her Waters. Returning to the journey we observe the transformation of the Water after working the Water  Altar. We conclude with a ritual for the Waters of the World. Participants will share the water from the Water Altar to take home to their communities.

 Vicki Noble

Motherpeace Tarot with Vicki Noble

The Motherpeace Tarot cards were co-created in the late 1970s as a feminist revisioning of history (putting women back into it), as well as a fresh approach to tarot and esoteric science. Designed by Vicki Noble and Karen Vogel, the contemporary Motherpeace images have attained worldwide distribution since then (printed and distributed by US Games Systems, Inc.). The round feminist cards function as a shared symbolic language among women (and some men) in various countries around the world, regardless of diverse languages, cultures, and borders. Embedded within the symbolic language of the diverse Motherpeace cards are the paradigms of matriarchal and ethnic studies, shamanism, yoga, and paganism, as well as the core principles of western occult and esoteric studies. The Motherpeace images contain, in a fresh stylized form resembling “folk art,” reproductions of artifacts, images, and knowledge from the disciplines of archaeology, anthropology, history, and art. And now in 2017, thanks to the visionary thinking of Maria Grazia, the new Artistic Director at Christian Dior, the Motherpeace images have become the focal point of a fresh new line of clothing to be released this fall.

This workshop is a general introduction to the Motherpeace images as a simple oracle to be used in women’s everyday lives.

Jen Rogar

 Permaculture Music: Healing Songs for Mother Earth

In this workshop Jen will be singing her music dedicated to Mother Earth

ALisa Starkweather

Trusting the Down Part Leads to Rising

Intentional journeys begun with our highest hopes for self-love, clearest paths, greatest selves can lead us unexpectedly into descent. Our personal work of opening our hearts, accessing both our past wounds and future dreams dives us into our present shadows where there is often raw rubbing against the contradictions of our lives. In reweaving patterns we may feel fear, rage and grief on the path of our awakening. As we go down without guides we are apt to believe we are failing in our falling when in truth, our willingness to face our fears is the parting of the mist from what is conscious to the catacombs of what is in our unconsciousness. With years of guiding descent passages and Shadow Work facilitation, ALisa brings you skills illuminating this initiatory rite where from the mysteries in the underworld comes new life. To trust the way is the work.

5:30 – 6:30pm  Dinner

7:00 –   Ritual into Trance Dance

Featuring Kim Duckett

Sunday September 10, 2017

7:30 – 8:00am  Choose from the following

Morning Meditation – With Sandra Roman

Kundalini Yoga kriyas  meditation to awake the energies of the Maiden Goddess within.

8:00 – 9:00am  Breakfast

9:00 – 10:20am  Choose from the following workshops

Max Dashu

Witches and Pagans

The spiritual heritages of pagan Europe: wisewomen, healers, seers, enchantresses and nightfarers. We’ll look at folk names for the witch, and female sacraments of spinning, weaving, herbcraft, divination, incantation and sacred dance. Fatas, faeries, and the “good women who go by night” with the Old Goddess: Diana, Holle, Nicnevin, Abundia, Andra Mari, Perchta. Though the bishops fought to suppress it, this ancient veneration persisted in Europe: Norns, the Weird Sisters, Befana, faerie godmothers, Eorthan Mother and her serpents, Sapiente Sibillia, the Baba Yaga, Diana—and shamanic myths of the witches’ flight and ecstatic dances.

Carolyn Hillyer

THE WILD ENVISIONING:  When women heed strange songs and hidden drums

 A journey through ancient totemic sounds and the distant echoes of our ancestral motherlines. When strange songs and hidden drums stir the profound layers of our intuitive memory, how do we heed the summoning call? Perhaps with reckless courage, fathomless conviction and abundant kindness to wayfarers we encounter on the way.

A workshop with voice, drum, rattle and rhythmic feet; bring yours along!

For more information about Carolyn’s work: www.seventhwavemusic.co.uk

 Morgan May

Crystal Therapy

Crystal therapy is an alternative medical technique that  involves placing crystals on and around the human body. This practice promotes mind, body, and spirit wellness by activating your alignment with Higher Self. In this workshop you will learn about the healing properties of crystals and how to incorporate them into your own healing practice.

 

Constance Tippett

The Goddess Timeline

Constance Tippett will be giving a slide show on “The Goddess Timeline” Come and hear some of the discoveries she has made while compiling 30,000 years of Goddess imagery. “The Goddess Timeline“ is an incredible tool for teachers and priestesses to help them convey the vast history of the Divine Feminine to students. Limit 20 people

 10:30 – 11:50am  Choose from the following workshops

Nadine Newlight

Femaling Our Future: How to Restore Women’s Voice

To correct the unsustainable trajectory of our civilization, the female voice must be restored to the decision-making arena. Because of our biochemical makeup, women are less aggressive and more compassionate. Our awareness is required to extricate society from servitude (to banks, corporations, and demigods), and to redirect it toward service, and a radiant horizon of planetary well-being, and conscious decision-making.

The restoration of a women’s house (Council of Matrons’) to government, first locally (as voluntary advisors), and eventually, as elected legislators, on both local and central government bodies, will bring women’s voice back to the equation (without disempowering men).

Sandra Roman

Travelling with the Maiden Goddess

My Journey in Search of My True Self…

Talk with Sandra Román, Priestess of Avalon

Sandra Román is a “Gipsy” Priestess. Following the Call of the Goddess, she travelled from South America to Glastonbury where she was initiated in the Misteries of Avalon. Later, Pachamama and Chak-Anna called her back to her country, Argentina, to explore the Sacred Wheel of the Goddesses of the Southern Cross. As the wheel turns, she felt the voice of her Spanish ancestresses and became a pioneer in the discovering of Iberian Goddesses. Ecuador, Egypt and Mexico are other lands where hidden Goddesses were waiting for her to tell their stories… She couldn´t accomplish her task without the presence of her inner maiden who took different names and faces along her journey: Princess Enchantress of Worlds (Princesa Encantamundos), Elen of the Ways (Europe), Brigit (British Islands)  and Brígida in the Camino (Spain), Chaxiraxi (Canary Islands), Anahí (Paraguay), Ñusta Huillac (Chile), Xaratanga (Mexico), Akewa (Argentina) and many others…

Come and enjoy a true-life story, with songs, dancing and the closing meditation: “Ancient Gipsy Way to Call the Goddess Spirit”.

Charlene Spretnak

 Taking Inspiration from the Pre-patriarchal Goddesses of Greece 

The pre-Olympian, pre-patriarchal Goddess spirituality of pre-Greece was an example of the neolithic, deep substratum of nature-centric, female-centric spiritual engagement with the larger, cosmological context of life. This early religion underlays all European culture. These Goddesses are alive for us and are within us if we know them, contemplate them, and draw from their ongoing spiritual presence. This workshop is based on the book Lost Goddesses of Early Greece: A Collection of Pre-Hellenic Myths (Beacon Press) by Charlene Spretnak. (If possible, participants are encouraged to read this short book prior to the workshop.) The workshop will consist of oral presentations by C.S., work in small groups, and a closing ritual that will illuminate living with these Goddesses in our modern lives.

 

12:00 – 1:30pm   LUNCH

1:30pm  Closing Ritual