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Great Great Great Grandchildren Dreaming: Live Call Recorded

Image used with permission and with thanks: ‘Grand-Mere-Chamane’ by Caroline Maniere (carolinemaniere.com)   Taking Responsibility, Seeding the Future Be the Change Now New Moon: January 17, 2018 at 1.17pm (AEDT) On the New Moon January 17, 2018 at 1.17 pm AEDT, we journeyed to meet the Great Great Great Grandchildren – to receive from them information about…

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A Shamanic Perspective on Eating Disorders

Recently in Mullumbimby, NSW, Australia, we held a Project Pomegranate community gathering dedicated to contributing healing energy, as a group, to one of the faces of the wounded feminine and wounded masculine of our culture – Eating Disorders. Eating disorders are classified as mental illnesses.  There are a lot of scary statistics about eating disorders.  And a lot of ways to…

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Global Sanctuaries!

Here at this time of Spring Equinox balance, I feel the magic is thick.  Maybe it’s because… I have really understood the magical implications and opportunities of the time travel between hemispheres that I’m doing now… maybe it’s the energy of the eclipse season just past and still influencing us… maybe it’s because I feel…

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‘Awakening the Seed Bed’ at the Edge: Women’s dormant powers are rising …

  Pausing between Yonifest, within this current Eclipse portal, and the waning moon, on our way to Vermont to give a few workshops (Moonsong, Connecting with the Shamanic Dimensions of Pregnancy, and a Becoming a Woman for Mothers and Daughters) … I give great thanks for the opportunity to do this work and bring this…

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Menstrual Shame

The menstrual cycle has been taboo for thousands of years, for many, many, many generations, across most cultures. When something is seen in a negative light, relegated to the ‘shadow’, we know what happens, situations occur to bring attention to it in order for it to be seen, known, embraced and healed. The effect of…

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Lammas: Northern Hemisphere

About the season… Autumn. Lammas or Lugnasadh is the first of the three harvest festivals.  At Lammas the fruits of the Summer are ready, and it’s a time to celebrate the bounty of life. When Lammas comes, around August 2, Summer is over and Autumn begins. The days still seem long, but they are getting…

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