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Where do you gather together for a Red Tent Temple? Do I need a tent? Red Tent Temples happen all over the place! I think that my ideal location, if I could have all of my wishes and dreams met, would be inside a small, insulated yurt perched on a platform beside a bright, mountain creek. In winter there would a be little snow (I’m think the Smoky mountains, not the Rockies!),… Read More

Do I need to decorate my house before I invite friends over? No. I could leave it there but that wouldn’t be much of a blog post, would it? There is an idea that when we host a Red Tent, we should have lots of red textiles, wear red clothing, have candles and soft lighting and soft music in the background and yes, all of those things a gorgeous and wonderful. The… Read More

I am not your reflection here to orbit, to reflect light, a chunk of stone hurled into the ether and caught like a milkweed puff in a spider’s web of stars. You are not a shining sun heavenly bright star mesmerizing blinding compelling feeding fire to the worlds orbiting you like hungry fish. No. You are not a sun, golden gorgeous nourishment of warmth and blaze. And I? I am not a… Read More

Sending Prayers into the Galaxy using flame and smoke On New Year’s Day, on day 1 day of 365 gifts of time and new energy, we have an opportunity to set intention and to create openings for this energy to flow through. On New Year’s Day, or very soon after, I love set my intentions for what I’d like to call in during this year. Much of this ceremony replicates the Burning… Read More

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Elemental Meridian

Elemental-simple; pertaining to the 4 elements or forces of nature. Meridian: point of highest development.