Filtering by: Wheel of the Year

imbolc labyrinth and sacred soundbath ceremony
Feb
2
12:00 PM12:00

imbolc labyrinth and sacred soundbath ceremony

We are very blessed to have our beautiful Sacred Sound Sistars - the wonderful Paddy Baillie and Sheila Cornfield - sharing their special gifts once more. Please join us at the magical time of Imbolc as we begin to emerge from our winter retreat and the first stirrings of new life are felt.

We will build and walk a labyrinth made of many crystals and light. Included will be lots of Preseli Bluestone, to connect with the ancient ancestors of our lands together with crystals that hold the energy of new beginnings.

Working with the sacred power of circle and spiral we have an opportunity to release anything that no longer serves us as we walk toward our centre before emerging renewed. This is a perfect time to set new intentions as we move towards the more active time of the year, walking in beauty and harmony.

We will eat together, in community, so please bring food to share.

In the evening we will change the pattern from labyrinth to altar. We will lie or sit around the altar, with crystals on our bodies, while we are bathed in the beautiful healing sounds of sacred sisters Paddy Baillie and Sheila Cornfield. You will have an opportunity to surrender and dissolve within the healing sounds of the Alchemy Crystal Singing Bowls, the ancient vibrations of Paiste Gongs, Tibetan bowls, Koshi chimes and Solfeggio chimes, the heartbeat of the Mother Drum and a unique Preseli Bluestone Crystal Singing Bowl - one of only 3 in the world.

Following the sound there is a period of silence, allowing the vibrations to subside and integrate providing a sense of deep peace as we move to completion of the ceremony.

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Samhain Ceremony and Gathering
Nov
3
9:30 PM21:30

Samhain Ceremony and Gathering

We invite you to join us for a gentle ceremony to mark this special time of year.

Samhain marks the beginning of the dark time of the year. It is time for us to begin to step away from the active phase of the year and to become quieter, slower and more inward.

It is a powerful time where the distinctions between realities become less clear, and we can communicate with and move between worlds more easily. It is also a time when we remember our ancestors, particularly those that have passed over in the year gone by.

Please bring with you:
Blankets, shawls
Drums or rattles
Leaves, twigs, berries, nuts etc
A personal item for the altar
Photographs or images of any Ancestors you wish to honour
Food to share for after the ceremony

These ceremonies are open to anyone who would like to sit in a friendly, loving circle to honour and celebrate the turning of the Wheel of the Year in this way. You are welcome to invite interested friends.


Suggested Donation: £10
(No one will be excluded for genuine lack of funds. We ask you to be respectful of us, our time, energy and teachings, but if you can’t afford £10, please speak to one of us and we will sort something.)

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Oct
30
12:00 AM00:00

samhain ceremony

We invite you to join us for a gentle ceremony to mark this special time of year.

Samhain marks the beginning of the dark time of the year. It is time for us to begin to step away from the active phase of the year and to become quieter, slower and more inward.

It is a powerful time where the distinctions between realities become less clear, and we can communicate with and move between worlds more easily. It is also a time when we remember our ancestors, particularly those that have passed over in the year gone by.

Please bring with you:
Blankets, shawls
Drums or rattles
Leaves, twigs, berries, nuts etc
A personal item for the altar
Photographs or images of any Ancestors you wish to honour
Food to share for after the ceremony

These ceremonies are open to anyone who would like to sit in a friendly, loving circle to honour and celebrate the turning of the Wheel of the Year in this way. You are welcome to invite interested friends.


Suggested Donation: £10
(No one will be excluded for genuine lack of funds. We ask you to be respectful of us, our time, energy and teachings, but if you can’t afford £10, please speak to one of us and we will sort something.)

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