Goddess Ixchel Category

Goddess Ixchel ~ Medicine Woman

The ancient Maya believed in many Gods, but only one Goddess, Ixchel;  Medicine woman, sage, and weaver.  She presides over child-birth, wounded warriors, and the ill.  She is depicted as a Crone, to symbolize wisdom. Her crown is a snake coiled on her head, symbolic of new life and awakened kundalini. There seems to be a little Hindu […]

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You’re Invited May Full Moon Ceremony

Please join us, Full Moon Ceremony Wednesday May 10th, 7pm Mystical Meadow, Butano Pescadero  

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2015 in review

When mother moon was completely unveiled and her strong subtle energy could be felt; she silently called us to gather in divine feminine circle. By way of modern ancient ritual, we intensified our Goddess particles to fully embody our divine feminine wholeness. In the stillness of winter, we dove deep, giving credence to our pure […]

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Ixchel Returns

On this Beltane moon we gathered at Jennifer Ball’s sacred meadow among the giant Redwoods in Butano Canyon. Upon arrival each woman created a prayer flag that we wove together as a symbol of our connection to the Mayan Medicine Moon Goddess Ixchel.  During our traditional opening ceremony we chanted and gave blessing to four […]

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Flower Moon of May

On a warm and glorious evening, 15 Moon Mothers gathered among the redwoods in Butano Canyon for the Flower Moon of May, second full moon of Spring. Honoring the goddess Ixchell, medicine woman, midwife & weaver with a serpent crown. We laid on the earth for a guided meditation for opening our chakras to allow […]

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Super Moon in the Redwoods

Full Moon Ceremony Dedicated to the Goddess Ixchel Ixchel came into consciousness through the ancient Mayan people.  The Mayan’s were mighty warriors and amazingly advanced astronomers. They had many Gods for different aspects of life, but only one Goddess, Ixchel.  She presided over healing and midwifery. In ancient depictions she is portrayed as a crone […]

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