About this event:
10am, MST. May 1 or May 6, 2017
date will be decided by signup preference.
Online/Phone session with Mary Diggin, Ph.D.
May is the beginning of Summer in the Celtic year. Known in the Irish language as Bealtaine, the summer fire festival is a time of encouraging fertility, of leaving behind the Winter half of the year and of preparing for the Summer half of the year. Part of Irish tradition involved holding on to your luck. May Day it self was not a day to give away but to retain, to hold on to those things that would sustain you for the next 6 months and to bring summer into the house. For this session, we will journey to our inner guide of what we need to hold on to for our own sustenance for this Summer.
I will send you instructions on how to participate via email.
Fee: by donation