Gatherings

 

2016 Gatherings for Women

 

Sisters of the Sacred Spiral

One Heart 

“One Heart”

Deva Foundation
Glorieta, New Mexico
June 10, 11, 12

Consider joining us in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of Northern New Mexico for a weekend of renewal, reconnection and to rekindle the flames of the female spirit.
Our multi-generational gathering includes: Rites of Passage, Blessing Way, Croning Ceremony, workshops, presentations and so much more...

For information call 505 514-0282 or email at helene@gypsyscauldron.com
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Rencontre Sacrée
Rupert, Québec
There will not be a
Québec Council this year
We are pleased to let you know that we are gathering at a new location. Pine and Birch Ranch Retreat is conveniently located between Masham and Rupert, Québec. We have had to adjust our rates to accommodate our new location. If you have any questions about the new rate schedule, please do not hesitate to contact us. To reach us by phone : Hannah 819-422-2552 or we may be contacted at rencontresacree@yahoo.ca


Maine Council of Women
August 18, 19, 20, 21
Join us for a weekend of sacred ceremonies, fun teachings and gentle friendship in the spectacular White Mountains of Maine on 1,000 secluded acres of a protected forest, which surround a pure and crystal clear lake, at Camp Susan Curtis. Celebrate your feminine spirit with us on the shores of pristine Trout Pond. www.mainecouncilofwomen.org


Sisters of the Sacred Spiral
Maine
August 26, 27, 28

"Ancient Heartbeat"

At The Center 2010

Women's Weekend Retreat of transformation and renewal through ceremony, dance, creativity, sweat, tears and laughter.
"Come be with us, there is room for you in this circle."

http://atthecenter.net/air.htm

 

 

2015 Gatherings for Men

23nd Annual Council of Men

"The Dance of Manhood"
June 22, 23, 24
Union, Maine

The Dance of Manhood is stepping on the earth with knowing and purpose.

 A sense of knowing that a man can inject life into the world. He understands the amazing miracle and awesome responsibility of this ability. The dancer of manhood understands he is able to also take life for food and for protection.

This is why he holds a blade. A tool that cuts through the falsehoods and illusions of the world. This provides the opportunity for speaking the truth and only tolerating truthfulness from others. The blade can cut into the earth to grow plants. The blade will cut plants and trees for harvest. It can also cut into flesh for the survival of his family and community.

In the dance of manhood the dancer expresses the beauty of the Creator’s hand. The dancer also expresses his strengths and skill. Other men will see this and know him as a man. Boys will see what they need to learn to dance into the world. Women will see the man who has danced the dance of manhood and smile with satisfaction, gratitude, and respect. The new man will take his place around the council fire.

He will stand to speak to the world. He will listen to the voices of wisdom, reason, and need. With his full knowing he will honor the ancestors, share with his brothers, respect all women, and teach what he can to the young. The man who has danced the dance of manhood will not be afraid of life, truth, effort, nor death. ~ Pierre Martin Running Horse

 

A-Ho.
Mitakuye Oyasin.

 

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9 Harrison Road
Windham, ME 04062
(207) 899-5194

 

Past Gatherings

2010 Council of Women




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