Please join us for a ceremony conducted in the Nahua Indian tradition that will honor the rain, wind, clouds, thunder and lightning for bringing their gift of life and sustenance to the animals, the plants and to our human brothers and sisters.
Ceremonies to honor the weather were once well known and held by our ancestors bringing balance and relationship between the people and the natural world around us. Over time, the holding of these ceremonies has greatly diminished and our relationship with the natural world has become precarious as our weather is now showing us. We invite you to be part of the healing and restoration of balance by participating in this beautiful ceremony of thanksgiving.
Please let me know if you'd be willing to help with the Harvest Festival !!
What to bring:
1. A beautiful bouquet of flowers: store bought, wild picked or from your garden
2. Aromatic fruits
3. Salt breads such as white or wholewheat AND sweet bread such as sweet rolls or banana bread
4. Two white taper candles (not in glass please)
It is so much fun to collect and assemble your offerings. A joyful time to reflect on the blessings in your life this past year. Together, we will create a beautiful and sumptuous altar reflecting our thanksgiving.
Please bring a yummy potluck dish to share for our feast.
PLEASE BE SURE TO BRING ALL FOUR OFFERINGS!
PLAN TO ARRIVE PROMPTLY AT 2 PM TO BEGIN THE CEREMONY.