The Spider Grandmother is the link
between the world we know
and the worlds beyond, before, and between.
She is in tune with the deep motivations
of the collective unconscious.
She is the keeper of the old ways,
the ways which resonated most
purely the SOURCE,
the ways of our ancestors.
The Spider Grandmother is the great matriarch,
the protector of ancient knowledge,
the archetypal medicine woman.
She teaches us patience
and discipline through ritual.
Create Your Own Ceremony/Ritual
With the downpouring of seventh-ray energies
upon humanity, it is appropriate that individuals learn how to create living
and viable ceremonies for their lives. Ceremonies are a vital outward expression
of any group endeavor, from healing the earth, celebrating spring, sharing
the Eucharist, marking an initiation, to generating world peace, etc. Kythera
will teach individuals the significance of ceremonial symbolism and how
to move energy from inward realization to outward manifestation. Participants
will experience several different kinds of ceremonies. Learn how to celebrate
special events in your life throughout the year. Create unique moments
for your own Spiritual renewal and growth, bonding with family and friends,
or healing dear ones, the earth, humanity. Kythera will share techniques
for creating sacred spaces using traditional and nontraditional methods.
Whether you want to plan a wedding, prepare for a vision quest, or commemorate
a girl's first moon, ceremonies can make the event a profound experience.
This course is filled with mini ceremonies so that students experience
a variety of energies.
COMMENTS FROM PARTICIPANTS:
"I had a lot of fun
and learned a lot of techniques that I can utilize in the future. I really
appreciated the confidence the workshop generated in my ability to organize
and facilitate ceremonies in the future." Leane Bowen- Santa
"I learned to
understand more about ceremony...to understand what I also already knew...to
develop my own ceremony. Our time was well spent with our own preparation
for the ceremonies we developed... I wish the course
was longer." Dinnie McLaughlin-
Los Altos, California