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Women's Circle Immersion Four: Prayers, Vision, Wisdom & Spirituality Of The Maya

September 23 - September 25, 2019

Grandmother Flordemayo

Global Sisterhood will join hands with the Grandmothers to host a Fall Equinox opening circle. We will unite our intentions and prayers to experience a collective letting go so that we can arrive fully present and renewed, ready to receive the wisdom of the Grandmothers. In sisterhood, we will do the inner work to cultivate alignment and reclaim our power. It is time for us to humbly steward the rise of the feminine on earth.
PRAYERS, VISION, WISDOM, & SPIRITUALITY OF THE MAYA
Led by Grandmother Flordemayo and her daughter Heather
We will explore the prayers, vision, wisdom, and spirituality of the Maya. On the first day, we will talk about the prophecies and the power of I’x or the Sacred Feminine. We'll honor the three sisters; squash, corn and beans and make seed bundles. On the second day, we will concentrate on honoring the elements. Participants are encouraged to bring ash, water and earth for a prayer ceremony combining those elements. On the final day, we will discuss the Mayan calendar and offer individual Mayan charts for each participant.  We will share information about the day-lords and tones for the Sacred calendar. Sessions will begin with a prayer and guided meditation.*Limited to 25 participants per circle.
ScheduleMonday, September 23rd
  • 3 - 6pm Check-in
  • 4 - 6pm Opening Program
  • 6 - 7pm Dinner
  • 7:30 Evening Program (tentative)
Tuesday, September 24th
  • 7 - 8 am Morning Yoga
  • 8 - 9am Breakfast
  • 9:30am - 12pm Morning Program
  • 12 - 1pm Lunch
  • 1 - 4pm Free time for Spa Treatments, Sauna & Steam or Relaxation
  • 4 - 6pm Afternoon Program
  • 6 - 7pm Dinner
  • 7:30 - 9:30pm Evening Program
Wednesday, September 25th
  • 7 - 11am Check - out of Rooms
  • 7 - 8am Morning Yoga
  • 8 - 9am Breakfast
  • 9:30am - 12pm Morning Program
  • 12 - 1pm Lunch and Departure
* Please note that schedule is tentative and subject to change. 

ABOUT THE TEACHERs

Grandmother Flordemayo

Born the youngest of 15 children in the highlands of Central America, Flordemayo was found at an early age – like others in her family – to have the gift of Sight. By age four, she was being trained in the art of curanderismo, which had been handed down from mother to daughte...

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