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We celebrated the moon with chocolate hearts. We read a story from Woman Who Run with Wolves where a step child consults with her pocket doll (her inner wisdom/intuition) to help her succeed on her quest. As a reminder to take care of ourselves and to listen to our own inner child, we made paper dolls in our own likeness. Many of us chose our inner self to be around age 4 and we wondered if this was the age we had to start “fitting in” and had to stop listening to our inner self. You know, that one that wanted to put jam in our hair and run in mud puddles.
October 18th we celebrated the full moon. We discussed how bats take in sensory input normally not used use and reads in its evironment. Which is a lot like reading tarot, using your subconscious mine to tell the conscious mind what’s standing right in front of it. (Like bats it can’t *see* the obvious). We took the time to go outside and gaze at the full moon to see if we could watch it eclipse. We spiral danced back into the church, completed circle and finished with feasting.
Aug. 23 Full Moon
On the first weekend in August (Aug. 3rd, 2013), sunny days and cool evenings brought four participants – Alethea Shiplett, Stephanie Simpson, Jenna Senocak and Ashley Baker – out to the picnic table on the porch at Fey Meadows Farm for crafting and feasting. Jenna, resident chef, cooked wonderful gluten-free, locally sourced meals for us throughout the weekend.
Stephanie and Alethea exchanged tarot readings. Ashley taught the ladies how to make brooms while Jenna made a wicker basket.
The group planned the Lammas ritual around balancing fear, faith and the future, using various divination tools including pendulums, scrying and runes.
Nature showed up in the forms of deer in the meadow, a bright and bushy red fox, and beautiful birds, butterflies and flowering and fruiting flora. Alethea’s new baby bunny, Zen Cookie, got lots of snuggles and the only boy on site, Zorro the dog, hung out much of time with the ladies.