What we're about

The Denver Celtic Women's Circle, established in 2008, is a private circle that offers a Open & Inclusive public Celtic Full Moon Ceremonies, along with workshops, community ritual, and charity events. Follow us on Instagram or Facebook! www.Instagram.com/paulierainbow
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We are an anti-racist, Pagan group. The Celtic path is open to people of all ethnic backgrounds. Authenticity in practice is going out into the natural environment where we live, experiencing the seasons, the trees, the paths into the mountains, as they actually exist in this sacred place.

We use the Tree Ogham as a framework for connecting with the Celtic Path and the local Colorado regional landscape to connect with the spirits of the natural world. We follow a five year cycle of spiritual practice and growth. Our private practice has its emphasis on Irish Lore and the female Divine as that is expressed through the Goddesses, Druids, heroes and queens of history and Celtic mythology.

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Irish Songs for Sacred Days

SpiritWays

Haunting, irreverent, unifying, Irish music covers the whole spectrum of song. With the harp as it's national symbol, it's no question that the culture of Ireland is steeped in the magic of music. You will be able to add singing to your celebrations with this improved Irish language singing workshop! You'll walk away with lyrics and links to the songs we cover and enjoy two hours of casual camaraderie as you join in the chorus of song! Relax and join us, we want to sing with you! Workshop fees cover printing and the use of the space. Sign up at Spiritways. $20 per class or $70 for all four. Want to know more about us? https://www.facebook.com/DenverCelticWomensCircle

New Moon Walking Meditation @ Audubon Center at Chatfield

Audubon Nature Center at Chatfield

Happens the first morning after the New Moon! The Irish phrase that means the moon is new, translates literally as "Life is changing there." Tá athrú ré ann. The practice of a simple, contemplative walk, on the first morning that the moon rises with the sun after the New Moon, signals a change to the soul, a welcoming of the possibilities of the month ahead. The native plant garden at the Audubon Center offers a lovely path for this simple affirming observance. We'll start with a brief explanation of the technique and then engage in a simple, 10 minute contemplative walk around the packed gravel path. Bring water! There is time afterward for some discussion. Want to know more about us? https://www.facebook.com/DenverCelticWomensCircle

Celtic Full Moon Ceremony - Winter Location! Cook Park Denver

Yes, it's the fourth Full Moon of 2019 at our Cook Park winter location in the Three Wilds area across the soccer field from the parking lot. This is a public and inclusive event. Gather to observe the Full Moon, honor the ancestors, give thanks, and offer energy to those who need it. The Celtic path is open to people of all ethnic backgrounds. This event is not restricted to women, but is open to all genders. We gather on the east side of the soccer field next to the stream. Dress warmly!

New Moon Walking Meditation @ Audubon Center at Chatfield

Audubon Nature Center at Chatfield

Happens the first morning after the New Moon! The Irish phrase that means the moon is new, translates literally as "Life is changing there." Tá athrú ré ann. The practice of a simple, contemplative walk, on the first morning that the moon rises with the sun after the New Moon, signals a change to the soul, a welcoming of the possibilities of the month ahead. The native plant garden at the Audubon Center offers a lovely path for this simple affirming observance. We'll start with a brief explanation of the technique and then engage in a simple, 10 minute contemplative walk around the packed gravel path. Bring water! There is time afterward for some discussion. Want to know more about us? https://www.facebook.com/DenverCelticWomensCircle

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