- Full Name: January 2019 Intention Setting Workshops
- Location: 411 Starks Rd
- Phone: 2505888516
- Expires: 24 days, 19 hours
January Fire Work
Four, two hour workshops on Sunday afternoons throughout the month of January to help you clarify, focus and stand firm in your intentions for the New Year.
January 6th Vision Boarding with Magick.
Any new path must first be cleared of debris.
Using magical means we will
identify something personal that needs your attention. We will create 2 vision boards with guided intention.
You will go home with clarity.
January 13th Aroma Stone Bracelet Making
Setting an intention is an act of self love. It’s thinking in our own best interest.
With guest facilitator Lisa Green we will be focusing on how to use essential oils to focus our intentions by making a beautiful bracelet to help us remember our intention and to celebrate our beautiful selves in this months workings.
January 20 Intro to Circle Work
To plan for any adventure you must know your starting point. Using the directions to inform us of where we stand and the power that is available to us by knowing exactly where we are, circle work can be an excellent tool to use in any moment in any location. You will go home with something to burn in your own fires!
January 27 Preparing for Imbolc
The fire ritual of the Celtic Goddess Brigid, of intuition and new beginnings. An afternoon of fire. To this fire we bring our intentions and offer them to the powers that be, letting go of our need to control and releasing our attachment, so that magic can move on our behalf. We will be making fire offerings and fire cider. You’ll get to go home with your own jar of healing elixir.
All materials are provided.
Snacks and Refreshments also provided.
Package of all four Workshops $100, Individually $30. Please contact me to register: email@example.com
Payment in full upon registration. 12 people maximum.
Email Money Transfer preferred.
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