65th st, and 8th Ave. NE, , Seattle, WA
For all the peeps that would like to attend, please make the payment first and then add yourself to the attending list. I get a payment notification and keep track.
We need drivers for car pooling
I have been wanting to participate in a spiritual ritual cleansing. The sweat lodge is the way to do it. Renew your body and your spirits. The event is held only 2x a year. October 5th is the only time that I can participate.
A note from Terese:
About a week before the sweat lodge I will send out an e-mail with more information about what to bring, how to prepare, when to arrive---we will start the fire around 9:30am and ask everyone to arrive by then or no later than 10:30am.......We end around 5pm after eating dinner together.
About a week beforehand, please send me the e-mail addresses for those who are attending so I can send them the prep letter too; and/or you can forward it along to the people you are gathering for this. Thanks and looking forward to meeting you.
A sweat lodge is a powerful purification ritual that has been passed to the modern world from Native American and other First Nations’ people. It involves sitting on Mother Earth, in complete darkness, in a simple lodge. Hot rocks are brought in from a fire pit, water is poured on them, prayers are spoken and sung. The ceremony generally lasts several hours starting when the fire is laid and lit. After the rocks are heated, participants enter the lodge for four “rounds,” conducted by the leader of the lodge, the “pourer,” who leads the prayers, songs and ceremony.
We will carpool to the island and enjoy each others company. Please bring cash for sharing ferry and gas
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you do not like saunas and cannot sit in humid environment for an extended period of time, this event is not for you.
To attend, please make you payment of $30 by using the pay pal link below.
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