2nd Sunday Shamanic Study Group for April April 11, 11:30AM-1PM Free Theme: Merging and Shape Shifting Working with our Compassionate Spirits, we will seek permission to merge with them, and to learn how to shape shift into a form of their type and swim, run, fly, crawl with them. Journey time, Q&A time. Please have a candle to light and a small bowl of water. We will call in the Directions and see where our journeys take us. Please RSVP and I will send a Zoom link. 303.483-8
Astro Update 3 19 21 The Spring Equinox begins in the wee hours of tomorrow morning…March 20 at 3:27AM/MDT. It brings emotional insights and creativity. Express your feelings over the next quarter. Harness energy to make things happen. It may be easier than you think. Ostara/Eostre was an ancient Germanic Goddess. She was said to have mated with the Sun God on the Spring Equinox and nine months later, around the Winter Solstice, gave birth to a child. She transformed a bird i
Spring Equinox Celebration Join me on Thursday night, March 18 at 6PM/MDT. Free We will celebrate new growth, new ways of looking at life, your dreams and wishes…what you want to implement at this time. The Spring Equinox holds the balance between Heaven and Earth, heart and mind, and where we want to break free, take risks, start new projects. We ask Ostara/Eostre, the ancient Germanic Goddess of Spring, to join us. We will rattle and drum and raise the energy that honors th
Astro Update 3 12 21 The New Moon tomorrow, March 13 at 3:21AM/MST, brings a new cycle of deepening your spiritual understandings and practice. Embrace the truth in every opportunity. Feelings of acceptance, with all these planets in Aquarius, flourish…self-acceptance and acceptance by others. The planets are in a tight 129 degree ‘bowl’ right now…from Mars to Pluto. It suggests we are in a concentrated effort for changing how we do things and perhaps, what the dream is now.
Sunday, March 14, 11:30AM-1PM/MDT (Remember Daylight time goes into effect in the early hours of March 14.) Free. Theme: Selkies. In legends across the northern countries where seals live and thrive, are the accounts of women who shed their seal skin, bask in the sun on rocks and beaches, and then slip their sealskin back on, swimming back into the cold, deep waters. They are called Selkies. We will journey to them, play and swim with them, and learn something from their wisd