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Mar

What Does The Red Tent Weekend Look Like?

   Posted by: earthkat   in Uncategorized

The Red Tent Weekend is about women getting together, talking about Goddess, honoring their bodies, and themselves. We sing, we laugh, and sometimes we cry. It is a time to re-energize your soul and spirit. It’s a time to see new ways of honoring the Divine.   We discussed how the Goddesses were worshipped in the past and how we can worship them in the present.  We chanted, we belly danced a little, we had face painting and henna on our hands and feet.   Lunch was on site (you can bring a brown bag or go out.  Your choice of gluten free vegetarian or meat chili).  We discussed women and politics, and organizations that help women and families.  We talked about eco-feminism and how to manage in a disposable society.  You can stay the whole day, or only come for a few sessions.  You may want to bring cash for our raffle and vendors.  (all raffle proceeds are for the costs of our guest speakers and hosting the event) Here are some pictures from last year:


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Here participants (left) are learning from Nuit Moore (right) about Kali Ma.  To see more pictures click “Read more of this entry” below.

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There were vendors with books, candles, teas, jewelry and semi-precious stones.  This time there will also be tarot sessions and light massage.

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There was henna and face painting.  Above you can see various designs of henna hand painting over an altar with images of Hathor, flowers and a snake skin.

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There were great raffle items.  Here they are displayed in baskets.   Above are various items of books, candles and tarot decks.

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Let your senses transport you to an enchanted moment of our fairy lit red tent.  Where woman take the day to take time to take care of themselves and learn about the Goddess.

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Red Tent Weekend April 4th & 5th

Check out the order of events HERE or


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patricia beatley-patterson
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I might be interested in attending. Please send me more info. I already sit with the mindfulness practice group at UUCA

December 18th, 2014 at 10:00 pm

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