Honoring Grandmother Moon: Women, Ancestral Teaching & Self Care

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Join us as we talk about Indigenous women's ways of knowing in relation to the Sacred Grandmother Moon, our personal Moontime (bleeding time), and how to once again connect with the natural world in order to center and balance ourselves.

We are honored to have Ericka Zamora-Wiggin (Yoeme/Apache/ Chicana), share her knowledge with us. Ericka is a traditional health practitioner and spiritual leader who has offered the Full Moon ceremony and teachings in San Diego and other communities for the past 11 years. She will focus on traditional teachings and spiritual practices to implement in support of healing yourself and loved ones.
Part of these teachings will include making a special personal sacred item to support you during your sacred time. Later in the evening, following the teachings will be a larger gathering and Full Moon/Water Ceremony. You are invited bring your sacred item to be blessed on the altar. *You are invited to attend either or both gatherings.

Space is limited. Reserve your spot by visiting the link below:
http://honoringgrandmothermoonrsvp.eventbrite.com

(Please Note: We take your RSVP on Eventbrite seriously. Please RSVP only if you are going to attend. If your situation changes and you can no longer attend please take your name off the list so that someone else can attend).

Event is free but donations are welcome.
*Art by Mariela de la Paz

Women's Full Moon and Water Ceremony (evening)
Saturday, September 17, 7:00 pm
Please keep in mind this a traditional ceremony where protocols are followed:
-Women on moon are invited to be here. This ceremony is for you.
-Pregnant women, please stay home during this time.
-Please refrain from alcohol and other recreational drugs
-Please bring a chair, a mason jar of spring water, and tobacco
- Wear a white skirt, but any color is okay. Traditional clothing is encouraged but not required.
-Offerings of wood, flowers, herbal teas and monetary donations are always loved and appreciated but never required.
-Potluck to follow: veggie, vegan, gluten free items needed.
-Please bring your own plate, mug, utensils, napkins.
-Please leave sacred feathers, animal parts, hides at home.
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