Fri, Oct 13|
Soulshine Power Yoga Downtown
Morrigan Goddess Circle
Join us on Friday the 13th to learn about Morrigan, the Celtic Goddess of Death. As we approach the end of the pagan year, veils between physical & spiritual realms are thinning, making it an auspicious time to honor the Morrigan. 🖤
Time & Location
Oct 13, 2023, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Soulshine Power Yoga Downtown, 100 Church Street Third Floor, Burlington, VT 05401, USA
About the Event
The Morrigan is one of the most prominent goddesses in Druid & Celtic lore. She is a triple goddess, representing the Maiden, the Mother, & the Crone. She is a warrior & a shapeshifter that most favors the crow, representing her wisdom & ability to transform matter & engage with death. She has been called the Irish Kali, eating & being eaten, constantly engaged in the cycle of life, death, & rebirth.
In Arthurian legends, she is thought to be represented by Morgan le Fay, who brings Lancelot to the Valley of No Return where he must face incredible challenges, not the least of which, dragons. She also brings King Arthur to Avalon, a heavenly territory. In both cases, she ushers individuals between realms. She oversees transitions between layers of reality, as well as rites of initiation. The Morrigan represents challenge, death, rebirth, karma, & change. She represents commitment, & once one commits to the Morrigan, there is no undoing the vow.
Working with the Morrigan teaches sovereignty, peacefulness in the face of death (both literal & figurative deaths), & a commitment to truth above all else. She will not save you from consequences, but she will empower you incredibly in the time you have in this life.
Samhain, or the end of the pagan year which usually falls around the end of October, is a very auspicious time to honor the Morrigan, as the veils between the realms are thin.
All Are Welcome Here:
This event is open to all genders & queerities as Goddess is no more a woman than God is a man. The divine knows no separation. ☯️
Registration is Required:
We are using a sliding scale of $20 - $40 for tickets to help make this event affordable to more individuals. If you won't notice an extra $10 or $20 out of your bank account, please consider paying more than the minimum amount. We pour a lot of time, energy, & love into holding these spaces & hope for a reciprocal exchange. The suggested price & fair trade ticket is $32.
Sliding Scale: $20-40
The suggested or fair-trade price is $32.Pay what you want+Service fee