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Native American Sacred Feminine

July 2 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm


Grandmother Spider, or Spider Woman, appears in the origin stories of many Native American groups. She is just one of many ancestral Native American sacred feminine archetypes that you will be introduced to during this presentation. Legends and stories were important in Native American cultures because they helped Native American adapt to both the natural and supernatural worlds.

Today, Native American traditions still offer great wisdom. They teach us to both respect the Earth and to connect deeply to Her, for Native Americans believe she is the Mother. Sadly, many Westerners have lost the ability to bond with our Great Mother and to feel deep gratitude for what She provides. Through sharing and guided visualization you will be able to reconnect to Her universal Web of Life.

Please join us to learn about Native American culture, hear legends of their ancestral Mothers, and to reconnect with the Web of Life. This Circle will be an on-line circle via zoom. If we can also offer it in-person you will be notified.

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on-line event


Joy Reichard
Monica Herrera