EQUINOX - It means “equal night”. It is when the hours of daylight match the hours of dark. Historically, the Mayans and the Egyptians recognized the Spring Equinox as the passing of the Sun into the fiery sign of Aries; like a kind of New Years. Ancient Celtic peoples celebrated the Spring Equinox as the marriage of the God and the Goddess. Spring is honored by many faiths and cultures. Ancient Germanic pagans worshipped Eostre/Ostara, the goddess of new beginnings. The Norse Goddess Freya is also associated with fertility and often depicted with hares and eggs at her feet. The tradition later became Easter in the Christian faith.
Ritual may be outside so bring appropriate clothes. The ritual will take place before the breathwork. Please bring a brown bag dinner, water bottle, a blanket/pillow and/or mat for breathwork and your journal. If attending breathwork only, arrive by 6:30. Suggested Donation $35-$50
(This event is for women only)
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