Wild Dream Circle on September 14th New Moon


Join NancyL on September 14th to dream WILD.

Gather beneath the new moon
A simple circle of dreamers
The drumbeat sounds
And off we go…

Let’s gather together and call on our spirit helpers, the elements and elementals, Virgo sun and moon, and the wild Soul of Nature. Perhaps an ancient Goddess or two will join us as well.

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82129132676?pwd=UjhGQStKVEl5bjFHMldhNXdtc2hKUT09

Meeting ID: 821 2913 2676
Passcode: 955116

This event is free.


Art by Henri Rousseau

Listening to the Land Recording

Take a guided shamanic journey with me into the heart of the land beneath our feet – the sacred body of Mother Nature.

Call on the ancient forest goddess Green Tara for help and guidance. Green Tara lives at the heart of wild, untamed lands. She will hold and guide you on this journey into the heart of Mama Earth.

#mothernature
#journey
#listen
#shamanic

#dream
#elementalwisdom
#exploreconsciousness

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Contemporary Green Tara image
by Olga Zelinska, Russia

I’ll Tell You A Secret

Anyone who says, “Here’s my address,
write me a poem,” deserves something in reply.
So I’ll tell a secret instead:
poems hide.
In the bottoms of our shoes,
they are sleeping.
They are the shadows
drifting across our ceilings
the moment before we wake up.
What we have to do
is live in a way that lets us find them.

~Naomi Shihab Nye

Image: Pink Sherbet Photography 

Ancient Dreaming

Dreamer of Malta, 3000 BCE

“Excavators uncovered one of Malta’s most famous Neolithic sculptures, the “Sleeping Lady” of the Hypogeum, off the main hall. She reclines peacefully on her side, head in hand…This sculpture and another one shown lying on her stomach on a couch reminds us of initiation and healing rites known in later classical times. During these various classical ceremonies, the initiate spent a night in the temple (or cave or other remote place). The initiate experienced a night of visions and dreams, with spiritual or physical healing taking place…This rite probably derived from Neolithic practices that likened sleeping in a cave, temple, or underground chamber to slumbering in the goddess’ uterus before spiritual reawakening. For the living, such a ritual brought physical healing and spiritual rebirth. For the dead, burial within underground chambers, shaped and colored like the uterus, represented the possibility of regeneration through the goddess’ symbolic womb.

~Marijac Gimbutas,
The Living Goddesses