Autumn Equinox is harvest time. A time to celebrate and gather our food for the darker months ahead. An honouring of the abundance that Papatuanuku gifts us in
Autumn Equinox is harvest time. A time to celebrate and gather our food for the darker months ahead. An honouring of the abundance that Papatuanuku gifts us in her growing seasons. Its a time for contemplation of how the balance of light and dark tips at equinox. A time to consider the mysteries of life and death. A time of gratitude and thanks.
Join us as we sit in circle, and create space for the deliberate awakening of our awareness and connection to nature.
Connect with your sisters to celebrate our unique connectiveness to all things. Sing, dance, meditate and share . Be with us and join our circle.
The Ritual will be followed with a shared kai. If you would like to partake, please bring a small plate of finger food, preferably vegetarian, vegan and Gluten Free. Fresh fruit and vegetables, nuts and seeds are easy options.
Weather permitting we will be in The Woods, which is a 350 metre walk.
Please bring a mat to sit on and warm clothes, a journal and pen, if you wish.
Parking can be in the driveway by the barn, on the verge of Darwin Road and across from the driveway in Hacche Road. Please message if you need further directions.
We have a koha basket and this is optional, but does help towards any costs .
(Sunday) 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
2 Hacche Rd
Ahi Kaa Sacred Women’s CircleSherryll Markie-Brookes. To promote the organisation of ceremonies, celebrations and rituals with like-minded women. https://www.facebook.com/groups/774658923135830