There are lots of wonderful events coming up in August:
Wednesday, August 1 – Lammas (open to all): Come celebrate First Harvest. Potluck at 7pm in the Guest House, ritual in the Temple at 8pm. If you’d like to help bake bread in the outdoor oven that day, please plan on arriving by 2 pm.
Wednesday, August 8 – Healthy Living; 10 Simple ways to Improve your Health (Open to all): 12 noon to 2 pm This event is at the Indian Springs Community Center, not the Temple. There is a $3 donation with all proceeds going to the Indian Springs Senior Citizens. You must make a reservation, as there is a dehydrator demonstration and raw food sampling. Call 702-569-0630 for more info.
Friday, August 10 – Film Nite (Open to all): This month’s selection is ‘A Question of Faith.’ “In the heart of California wine country lies a monastery where centuries-old traditions of ritual, discipline and solitude create a timeless serenity – until one dazzling moment changes everything.” 7 pm at Casa del Sol (my place!) Film starts promptly at 7:15 (Definitely a Goddess film!)
Friday, August 17 – Women’s New Moon (Women only): Special Event! Psychometry* workshop led by Priestess Kaya. We will gather in the Guest House for potluck at 7Pm, then begin outdoors at the Kali Rose Fire Pit at 8pm. Please bring a small item (jewelry etc.,) or something else you normally wear that will fit into a small cloth bag.
Psychometry (from Greek: ψυχή, psukhē, “spirit, soul”; + μέτρον, metron, “measure”), also known as token-object reading, or psychoscopy, is a form of extra-sensory perception characterized by the claimed ability to make relevant associations from an object of unknown history by making physical contact with that object. Supporters assert that an object may have an energy field that transfers knowledge regarding that object’s history.
Friday, August 31 – Full Moon (Open to all): We will celebrate August ‘s Full Moon by gathering at the Guest House at 7pm for potluck, followed by ritual in the Temple at 8 pm. Afterwards you are welcome to linger in the Temple or return to the Guest House for “Second Feast” and stimulating conversation.