Resting in the Embrace of the Dark Goddess
We warmly welcome you to a deeply relaxing and nourishing Dark Goddess mini retreat on Saturday, October 30, at 10 a.m. PDT, 1 p.m. EDT, 19:00 CEST
Resting in the embrace of the Dark Goddess
We are entering the time of the year when the veils between the worlds are thin, and the wisdom from the deep is more available to us.
We will meet on Zoom, and you can choose to have the camera on or off; whatever feels the most supportive to you.
We will give ourselves the gift of slow and sensual embodiment practices, soul stirring storytelling, heart/womb contemplation, deep listening and rest.
Make a soft and cozy space for yourself, light a candle and give yourself the gift of letting go all efforting and striving; resting into a more receptive and natural way of being.
Deep in the darkness of the womb of my body
lies the seed from which all was born.
I feel this seed.
It’s always there.
It’s unchanging, yet always giving birth to new life.
Light in dark.
Life from death.
Eternity in this moment.
Everything in nothing.
When I lose grounding, when I forget,
when the chaos is more than I feel I can handle,
I simply come back to this seed,
and from here I am born anew.
~ Julie Daley
To join this gathering, simply register below. There is no charge.
Chameli & the Awakening Women Team
Chameli Gad Ardagh
Founder of Awakening Women & The Women’s Wisdom School
Chameli (pronounced sha-meh-lee) is a story teller and women’s wisdom keeper. Her love of ancient wisdom teachings and her own practice in women’s circles all over the world has crystallized maps of spiritual awakening and leadership that are accessible, practical and honoring of women today. Rooted in earth honoring, devotional women’s spirituality and goddess centered tantric yoga, she is especially appreciated for her love of mythology and storytelling as a key to spiritual awakening and embodiment.
Melina found the path of healing and spiritual awakening at 17. Her love for mystery, self-reflection, ritual, devotion and embodiment practices led her to find Awakening Women in 2013. She found home and belonging in the yogini circle and began apprenticing with Chameli and assisting in retreats around the world since 2014. She now teaches in the Women’s Wisdom School, facilities women’s circles and is currently studying Somatic Experiencing and offering trauma informed sessions. She is passionate about trauma education, transformational justice, earth honoring, creativity and feeding her ancestors of Papua New Guinea/China and Norway through song, prayer, art and cooking.
Top Image: Bibbie Friman