Cyber Full Moon Ceremony
You’re invited to a Cyber Full Moon Ceremony
Tuesday April 7th 7pm.
Dedicated to Maat, the Egyptian Goddess of balance.
As good world citizens, we are complying with all efforts to stop the virus by not physically gathering in our traditional full moon ceremony. Instead, I invite you join me in a Zoom call to continue our sisterhood of celebrating the divine feminine and embodying a goddess archetype.
On this full moon I invite you to set up your personal altar with the intention of balance and healing for the world. If possible put a feather and candle on your altar.
Our intention is to bring balance into our lives by letting go of our burdens and engaging in humor.
Once you have set up your altar, write down the heaviest burdens you carry at this time. Once you’ve written all your worried heart burdens, burn that piece of paper as a symbol of letting the heaviness go.
Please do this personal part of the ceremony, before our zoom call begins at 7pm.
During our cyber circle speak time, we will each share our favorite joke.
Maat, Goddess of justice and balance, hails from the Egyptian pantheon. According to mythology she is the gate-keeper who appears at the end ones life. With an ostrich feather in her hair, she stands sturdy and forthright holding a scale to weigh your heart. If your heart is heavier than the feather you must reincarnate as human to learn the lessons of a balanced life. It’s an injustice to walk through your life with a heavy heart.
If you’ve never used Zoom before, it’s super easy! You can log on from your computer or smart phone. You don’t have to join Zoom to join a meeting, but you may have to download a bit of software or an app.
To join the meeting, just click on this link: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/571942075
Try clicking on it sometime before full moon (like now, even), to make sure you’re up and running with Zoom. You should get a message that says “waiting for host to start meeting”.
If you have any technical problems let me know before Tuesday. Looking forward to seeing you all on our first ever remote gathering.