Women's Full Moon in Aries - Celebrating the Goddess of Creative Desire

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Women's Full Moon in Aries - Celebrating the Goddess of Creative Desire

Time: October 10, 2011 from 7pm to 8:30pm
Location: Goddess Temple of Ashland (behind the Jackson Wellsprings)
Street: 2253 Highway 99 N
City/Town: Ashland
Website or Map: http://www.GoddessTempleAshla…
Event Type: spiritual, goddess, women, full, moon, astrological, celebration
Organized By: Hearthfiretender
Latest Activity: Oct 7, 2011

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Monday, October 10, 2011
7:00 – 8:30 pm

 Full Moon Healing Meditation
for Aries, the Goddess of Desire

We gather to celebrate the Full Moon in Aries, the Goddess of Pure Creative Desire. It’s a powerful 10/10 day, a double activation of the number 10. The number 10 symbolizes pure creative potential multiplied to infinity and referred to as the number of instant manifestation. Now we can fully realize our springtime passions initiated at the time of the Aries New Moon six months ago. Our Healing Moon Meditation will allow you the opportunity to fully appreciate and celebrate the natural cycle that occurs for the fulfillment of your most cherished dreams. We are presently in the window of the Aries Full Moon’s expression which is exact at 7:06 pm on October 11th.

The Aries Full Moon is also a time for letting go of dreams that perhaps never fully got off the ground. Through the process of looking honestly at any frustrated passions you may have you can become aware of what may have blocked their fulfillment and allow yourself to experience a cleansing and healing release. Through surrendering any passionate pursuits that proved fruitless you can either realize what needs change or correction in order to move forward, or create free space for new dreams to arise that may flourish in their season. You can now begin the process of turning over the soil, allowing it to air and lay fallow until it is once again fertile and the time is right to sow new seeds of desire in the spring.

You’re invited to bring a symbolic representation of the desire(s) you’ve manifest and wish to show appreciation for through celebration, as well as something representing a blocked or frustrated passion, or what has proven barren and you’re ready to let go of. You do your ceremony of release with gratitude for the positive lessons learned through the experience which you will retain and allow the rest to be released for renewal in Divine order. You can also bring a few nuts or a piece of fruit to share with sisters who are joining our meditation circle to celebrate the Aries Full Moon.

KG has been exploring spirituality since early childhood, has a background in archetypal psychology and began practicing the “transformational” healing arts in 1979 while at Findhorn in northern Scotland. She is a licensed and accredited Mind Body Therapist, Intuitive Energy Healer, Certified Clinical Aromatherapist and Director of PurePlant Essentials organic aromatherapy.

For more information call KG at (541) 941-7315, or email her through her website contact form at: www.kgstiles.com

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