In preparation for our next MYSHA Circle tomorrow night I have been emersing myself in the world and mythology of the selkie: the woman-seal who sheds her skin by the moonlight. More to come, with insights from our evening, in another post.
- Selkie Mat
- Selkie Moon Face
- Selkie Moon Close Up
Our MYSHA Circles are becoming popular, we are now taking advance bookings and considering a second session.
Do you dare call your sacredness forth?
Melissa and I initiated a Women’s Circle last night ,
and it was a
place to be. We lived a woman’s life time in fairytale time. The story unfolded in ways I hadn’t thought of – and themes emerged that I also had not considered. For my own part I was grateful for the insights I witnessed and received. From the traditional fairytale of “East of the Sun and West of the Moon” came threads of
finding and expressing our courage
trusting our sense of inner direction
allowing people to help us on our way
transforming responsibility into joy
budding, blossoming and fruiting
A gift of words that I gave to another woman became a gift that I also gave to myself:
” What you give out to the world will come back to you.
Accept the gift you give to yourself.”
We sang Melissa’s divine music, listened, shared, received and created through painting, drawing and words.
Our Circle continues again next month. If you would like a little taste of what is to come next time I will give you one word to play with over the next month:
Our first Monthly Women’s Circle is formulating.
Come to enjoy a traditional storytelling session of the Norwegian Fairytale :
“East of the Sun and West of the Moon“
Our circle will be a quiet, healing space to enjoy the gift of nurturing, wisdom, and music
through story and artistic expression.
Our first monthly session will begin:
Monday 12th October,
6:45 for a 7pm start in Nerang
$5 per session
for details and bookings please contact me.