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Forest Temple: Spring Equinox Gathering

The Spring Equinox is a moment of perfect balance between day and night. The energy of Spring is tantalizing, arousing, and beckons you to break free from the confines of winter's dormancy as you reach toward new horizons in the journey of your becoming.

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Forest Temple: Spring Equinox Gathering
Forest Temple: Spring Equinox Gathering

Time & Location

Mar 19, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Mebane, 1021 N Frazier Rd, Mebane, NC 27302, USA

About the Program

The Spring Equinox is a point of balance which marks the halfway point between the Winter and Summer Solstice. It is for this reason that we honor this moment as a threshold crossing that leads us from one state of being into another, from the darkness into light.  The Spring Equinox also initiates us into the sign of Aries and a new astrological year.

Spring is a call to action, a call to movement, aliveness, and taking new risks.  The internal quickening of early Spring is now longing to be expressed externally in how we are showing up in the world and our relations. Storms stir up stagnancy in inner and outer landscape, winds welcome change, rains replenish our roots, and warming sunlight softens hard edges.  The energy of Spring is tantalizing, arousing, and beckons each of us to break free from the confines of winter's dormancy as we reach toward new horizons to claim our own becoming.

THIS GATHERING WILL COMBINE ELEMENTS OF:

- Connecting with one another

- Sharing themes & Insights

- Movement exploration

- Earth connection

- Creative journaling and reflection

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT

OVERVIEW:

- 3-3:30: welcome & opening circle

- 3:30-4: earth connection

- 4-4:30: reflection & breakouts

- 4:30-5: harvest & closing

WHAT TO WEAR / BRING:

- Please wear whatever you will feel most comfortable in. Ideally close toed shoes.

- Drinking water

- Walking stick if necessary

- Sun screen if applicable

ACCESSIBILITY / LOCATION NOTES:

- Gravel roads and mowed grassy area for parking

- Meeting in the grass under the Grandmother Oak Tree

- Trails: natural surface trails include mowed grass trails along the fields and narrow foot paths through the forests

- Rest rooms: outdoor privy / not wheelchair accessible

A NOTE ON COVID-19

Out of respect for one another, we ask that all attendees come prepared to honor social distancing guidelines with masks as optional.

We strive to be diverse, intergenerational and accessible people of all walks of life. Please contact us when you'll be attending with children or when accessibility is a concern so that we can be as accommodating as possible.

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