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Sunday, May 8 at 2 PM
RSVP at: First Annual Beltane Heart Labyrinth
Check out Art Nouveau illustrator Alphonse Mucha’s beautiful occult-inspired art from the turn of the century, which drew on themes from Kabbalah and magick
“Listen to the words of the great mother who has been known by many names…”
Many yogis are familiar with the names Kali or Lakshmi. They’re stories of battle and seduction, abundance and wisdom, are woven into the tapestry many yoga classes and practices.
Join Erick DuPree, a noted voice in Modern Goddess spirituality and author of Alone In Her Presence and Finding the Masculine in Goddess’ Spiral for this exciting comparative journey into the heart of yoga’s great Goddesses as well as the Goddesses from other cultures. Discover Isis, Brigid, the Morrigan, and more. How are these Goddesses similar, how are they different, and how are they just like you.
Together we will cultivate intention, manifest sacred sounds and chants to invite empowered self-discovery. We will invite meditation, pranayama and yoga nidra to help us connect more fully with our inner divine.
These are the stories of the ages that when harnessed can be used as tools to create new daily practices or complement existing ones. Perfect for beginners and students of all ages! No experience with mantra needed.
Source: Workshops | Namas Day
Over the last few months I have gotten some questions about how to explain Magic to people that are not Occultists, so I thought it might be useful to share some of the rules that I live by.
Here then are 7 rules that I live by when talking about magic with muggles.