Wild Wisdom Wander: Full Blood Moon
Saturday, May 14 • 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Mt Falcon Park, West Trailhead
Indian Hills, CO
While the full moon illuminates brightly, this month’s eclipsed blood moon illuminates more gently, more softly, more tenderly. What are the tender places within us that could use a little gentle light? How does this tender illumination support us as we bloom to fully reveal our authentic selves? As we go from bud to bloom, the soft light and air of springtime allows us to transform into our full blossoming, gently expanding as we hold all of ourselves, even our most tender places. With curiosity and openness, we hold our very human story of “both and”, we move from contraction to expansion, from fear to love, and include all. We remember that we are just all trying to figure out how to love.
During this Wild Wisdom Wander we will listen to nature’s wisdom, hold sacred space for ceremony, and share our inner wisdom with others. Come with openness and curiosity!
Please arrive by 6:15 so we can begin promptly at 6:30. There are bathrooms along the trail. Please do not bring your furry friends (even though we love them so much!)
About Maria Rosa Galter, Wild Wisdom Coaching. Maria shines a light on your inner belovedness, beauty, and connection to Creation’s Mystery. As a certified Nature-Connected Life Coach and Transformational Wilderness Guide she guides you to deeply listen to the River of Life that flows through all of Creation as you tap into this inner and outer wilderness. Like a midwife supporting the emergence of the new, she helps you incorporate this wild wisdom into your new life story.
About Jennifer Reeve, Remember Your Wings. Jennifer is a space holder and a reflector of your sacred light who believes that we all have infinite capacity to heal and grow. When we do so, we positively affect the world at large. She is a certified Intuitive Reader, Energy Healer, and Visionary Psychic as well as Qoya facilitator and Yoga instructor, offering intuitive guidance, energy healing and tools for living your highest possibility.
What to bring:
Appropriate clothes for the weather
Sit pad or blanket to sit on
Hiking shoes, walking poles (as necessary)
Curiosity and openness