Earth Goddess Eriu & the Sun God Lugh
Powerful Healing with Meditation & teachings
from the Diana Cooper Foundation
Ignite your inner FIRE at our next empowering turn of the wheel gathering. It will take place on Wednesday 1st May from 7-9 pm. We will explore and awaken your shakti energy through Meditation, Dance, Pranayama, Mantra, Magical Sound Baths. We will rise together, supporting each other wherever we happen to be on this journey of life. There are only 13 places available so pre booking your seat at the sistars circle is essential. We begin every class with simple breath work leading us into a gentle visualization to help us connect to our Ancestors, Goddess energy, Guardian Angels and Spirit Guides. We then invite our guides to assist us in opening up our channels for healing and divine communications. After that we begin a series of gentle but powerful ascension techniques selected fo
r there heart opening and healing benefits. All of these practices are particularly aimed at raising our own level of vibration.
With the focus on "SIMPLICITY" and "Union" we create a safe and nurturing space so that you can open up and connect to your SANKALPA which is the deepest intentions and desires born in our heart and soul. We call it our hearts purpose.
Come along to our Sistars circle monthly gatherings
and let us join hearts and hands in healing the great Eriu herself
Scheduled dates for our Sisters circles to come
*(May 1) BEALTAINE / MAY DAY (Cross-quarter, Fire Festival)
Bealtaine is a spring celebration that honours the fertility of the earth. A time of lust, passion, fire, and abundance.
*( Friday June 21st ) LITHA / MIDSUMMER / SUMMER SOLSTICE (Quarter Festival, Solstice)
Litha is the time of the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year. Itís a celebration of lightís triumph over darkness and that of the bountiful beauty that light brings into our lives. Also known as Alban Hefin (the Light of the Shore).
*(Thursday August 1) LUGHNASADH / LAMMAS (Cross-quarter, Fire Festival)
Lughnasadh (LOO-na-saa) is a celebration in honour of the Celtic god, Lugh. For others, this festival is observed as Lammas, and celebrates the early grain harvest. This is the first harvest festival, when plants drop their seeds to ensure future crops.
*(Friday September 20th) MABON / AUTUMN EQUINOX (Quarter Festival, Equinox)
Mabon is a time of thanksgiving that celebrates the second harvest, and the autumn equinox. The days and nights are once again equal, with the night continuing to grow longer. Also known as Alban Elfed (Light of the Water).
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