Tending the Temple is a modern day women's circle encouraging women of all ages to gather, to remember, to awaken the power of the feminine, to reclaim the sacred, and to realign body and soul.
Temple is a spacious spiritual embodiment practice designed to realign women with the wisdom of the moon, the nourishment of community, and the inspiration available in presence and connection.
Instead of enforcing the status quo by focusing on our problems and personal shortcomings, Temple is a place to connect with the truth beyond our fears and limited self image. Through movement, connection, exploration and meditation we'll drop deeper into the field of feminine power and wisdom. Come, take your seat in the timeless circle.
L O C A T I O N . . .
T I M E . . .
C O M I N G D A T E S . . .
C O N T R I B U T I O N . . .
to prepare . . .
Wear clothes comfortable to move in.
Bring a journal if you're inspired to make note of your moon charged insights. Come a little early to settle in.
specifics . . .
Each circle will work with the energies of the moon and will include aspects of movement, meditation, conversation, introspection, connection, invocation, release. As your facilitator I will trust the energy in the room to guide us where we are meant to go. Do not underestimate the power of your presence, you are a major contribution to every circle you attend.
what women are saying . . .
shakti principals . . .
Shakti Principals are the fundamental guidelines that help keep the sanctity of our shared space in the highest integrity, please look them over before you attend circle.
I commit to take responsibility for myself
I will ask for support when I need it
I will not try to fix you
I will listen to you
I will keep what you share confidential
I will not speak negatively about you to others
I will celebrate your unique beauty and gifts
I will not hold myself back to fit in & I will support you in doing the same
I will listen for what has heart & meaning
I will let the wisdom speak through me
I will put my faith in the container & take a stance of belonging