The great secrets and teachings of the 'Women's Mysteries' - the wisdom of the cycles of the Earth, the Moon, our lives and the menstrual cycle; how to live according to the seasons, the moon phases and your menstrual cycle; understanding and flowing with the transformational potential of the menstrual cycle, of pregnancy and of birth. Connecting with the Divine Feminine and the shamanic journey of the feminine cycle - menstruation, pregnancy, childbirth, menopause.

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

New Websites for Moonsong and The School of Shamanic Midwifery

Greetings!

Bathing in the auspicious energy of this first full moon of the year 2011, as the full moon energy shifts from Cancer to Leo, from the home to the stage!

It is with great pleasure in the sharing of this with you
and with immense gratitude for Leia Sidery's brilliance in creating them, that I announce and invite you to the launch of the new Moonsong website and the birth of The School of Shamanic Midwifery.com!

Please be invited to this virtual launch party, here under the full moon, get yourself your glass of champagne (virtual will do) and enjoy:

www.moonsong.com.au

www.schoolofshamanicmidwifery.com

Best wishes and love
Jane
xxxx

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Earthdance Summer Solstice Gathering 2010

"It is our responsibility to pause at this time and honour this cycle that we experience as the seasons of the earth. For to mark these times, awakens in us a knowing of the cycles of life and the wisdom that comes with that is what one needs to understand the scheme of things, the patterns and the flow.

This is also one of the ways that we can participate in the healing of the feminine, the Mother, our Earth, Mother Earth, by honouring Her and each other as part of Her, at these times. By stepping out of our homes onto the earth, standing together in a circle, focusing our attention of one thing together, tonight let that be gratitude, then we can make a difference in how things happen."


We gathered, 100 of us, on the lawns of AppleTreeHouse dressed in faery garb in a big circle around our central altar.


It was Litha, Midsummer, the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year and the time we had to be in flow with the energy and set our intentions, make our prayers and wishes and give thanks for what we want to see come to its fullest expression/manifestation in our lives.

We took a moment to forgive and to give thanks for all we had to give thanks for.

The altar was a beautiful collection of flowers from everyone's gardens and we supped on until the mists turned to rain.

Twas a blessing to be together and honour our Great Mother, the Earth, in the expression of her greatest fullness.

Blessed Be