Deep within the earth there lies a seed—silent and listening, still and waiting. Recognize yourself in this seed and begin anew, refreshed, revitalized, and as innocent as the day you were born.
Following the seasons, we continue our study as Warrior Priestesses— as those who hold the moon and grip the sword together as one act. Come Spring, we call on Wood, element of optimism, hope, kindness, and innocence.
These too are qualities of the Warrior Priestess; for those who take this path must be as fierce as is necessary and as gentle as possible, as Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes so wisely phrased it.
As we do at our potent weekend intensives, we’ll open and close the day with Bowl Tea—in stillness, silent, listening with all our senses to the water pouring, filling the sacred vessel, emptying into the Self.
Bolstered by tea ceremony, we take the rest of the day to move. Like deep sea dancers, like star swimmers, we move. To move the spirit through, we move— and are in turn moved by the spirit. We’ll practice Qigong as medicine— forms specifically chosen for each woman present—a tool to be used on your path as a Warrior Priestess. We will also learn to wield and respect the Sword. Through Eagle Claw forms we’ll cut through what no longer serves us.
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