Wed, Sep 22 | Plumpton

Autumn Equinox, fire & cacao

As the sun does a perfect balancing act in the heavens during this time of equinox when the day and night are equal, let's take a pause together around the fire and reflect on what we have harvested this last year…
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Autumn Equinox, fire & cacao

Time & Location

Sep 22, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM GMT+1
Plumpton, Plumpton, Lewes, UK

About the Event

Equinox offers the perfect moment to look back, not just on the past year, but also on our lives.  In the wheel of the year, it is a time to celebrate the abundance of harvest and prepare for the coming winter season, and a wonderful time to reflect on all that we have gathered, to reap what we have sown, and give gratitude for our lessons and the bounty of life.

Where do you find yourself right now, and where will you go from here?  What projects need completing, and what seeds are you planting for the future?  

Let's revel in our harvest and celebrate an evening together letting the heat of the fire and the cacao warm our hearts before the chillier nights are upon us.   

Cacao:

For centuries ancient tribes have considered cacao a sacred plant with healing properties; it was used in ceremonial settings to heal the mental, physical, and spiritual bodies.  

You are invited to bring:

  • An intention for the circle (are there any ideas or projects that you want to bring to fruition and amplify with the power of the cacao & fire?)
  • A song, poem or story to share around the fire (or just your quiet self & an open heart and mind) - whatever feels good to you 

Please note that there are only a limited number of spots which will go on a first come, first serve basis.  The exchange for the evening is £30, please make payment to:  paypal.me/thevidasana

I will send further details for the evening upon payment and confirmation of your attendance, however please feel free to get in touch if you have any questions.

Looking forward to weaving an evening of beauty and magic together ✨

Much love,

Niki