Moonbeaming

Wednesday, June 1st, 7-10pm
$35 WCCW Member / $40 Regular

To many religions, the Moon represents the Female aspect of Divinity, shining softly and brightly. Understanding the the phases of the moon is helpful to any modern mystic, to any woman, and person—as our closest celestial neighbor, ruler of the tides, and a gentle guide to our own intuitive cycles. The moon is a powerful force circling round our planet, and harnessing her energy is a natural step when thinking about our own dreams and goals.
In this workshop we will discuss basic scientific facts about the moon, become familiar with its 8 different cycles, and discuss the symbolic importance of the moon in different cultures. We will go over basic types of manifestation work and spells as they pertain to the four key different moon cycles. Different magickal suggestions, types of spells, and intentions will be discussed. We will end the workshop with a short guided meditation as it relates to the moon phase we are in. This course is intended for curious individuals, and for those practitioners who want to focus on using the power and energy of the moon in their meditations, manifestations, and spell casting. A workbook going over the information in this workshop will also be handed out to participants.

Sarah Faith Gottesdiener is a designer, artist, writer and tarot reader living in LA. She has been reading cards for over ten years, and every month does short readings for interested parties at Otherwild, called Tarot Sundays. A Moonchild herself, (Cancerian through and through), she works with the phases of the moon in her own intentions. Gottesdiener leads new moon meditations at the Women’s Center for Creative Work in LA every month. She recently published her first book about the moon, the “12 Moons 2016 Workbook”. See more at visualmagic.info

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