At this in-person gathering, we celebrate the longest night and honour this time of the Crone/Elder, the Hag of Winter and Wise One within who guides us through the darkness, helping us to cultivate our inner strength and spiritual wisdom.
No matter our age, we all have an inner Elder within us who collects wisdom and maturity from experience. They are the voice that urges us to grow and learn from life’s lessons, and to share what we’ve learned with others. It is the voice of our ancestors, teachers, spirit allies and higher self that wants the best for us.
Winter Solstice is also the time where we celebrate the return of the light. From this point onwards, the daylight slowly increases, however it is still a while before it becomes noticeable. We celebrate the spark of hope that resides within us that will keep us going through the long months ahead.
In this circle, we will reflect on the past year and the lessons we’ve learned. We will connect with our inner Crone/Elder through reflection, discussion, a guided meditation journey and through creating our own wisdom card (like a tarot card). We will support each other in this moment of transition, enforcing positivity and strength for the weeks to come.
I will provide snacks, tea, art supplies and a nice warm hearth fire for us to relax, receive and share the wisdom we’ve gained.
Space is limited to 6 people.
Date & Time: Friday, December 17th 7pm-10pm
Location: Woodbine & Danforth ave. Toronto, ON.
To bring: Please bring a face covering, journal and pen.
To register, please contact me, to see if there is space. Once you receive a yes, you can e-transfer me PWYC $25 to secure your spot. This is non-refundable except for extenuating circumstances. If there is no space, you can ask to be on the cancellation list. An email with full details is sent out a day or two before the event.
I hope to see you there!
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As a Witch who makes her home and practice in Tkaronto (Toronto) Ontario, I deeply thank the original stewards of this land: The Mississaugas of the Credit, Mississaugas of Scugog, Alderville, Hiawatha & Curve Lake; The Chippewas of Beausoleil, Rama & Georgina island, the Haudenosaunee and Wendat nations. I acknowledge the resilience of the First Nation, Inuit and Metis people who live and work here in the present, in a system of inequity and oppression. I am working on uncolonising my own practice, amplifying Indigenous voices, addressing cultural appropriation in pagan communities and supporting Indigenous communities in whatever way I can.