Red Tent: Gathering of Women on New Moon
Traditionally Red Tents (or sometimes known as a Moon lodge) were a space created for women to come and be at their time of menstruation. They were created by women for women and decorated with red. Now they are seen as a safe space for women to gather and experience what it is like to feel heard and cared for by other women. A place where women can take off the armour of everyday and relax into being truly themselves.
Why the Red Tent Is Held at New Moon
The new moon is the optimal time to focus on endings & beginnings as it is the void time between the last lunar cycle ending & the new one beginning. This provides the perfect opportunity for reflecting upon what your lesson has been in the previous month as well as attuning to the astrological transits and celestial/ seasonal events approaching in the coming month, and how best to make the most of those opportunities for growth & healing of past patterns.
Date: Tues 18 August Protected content
Time: 7:30 – 9:30pm. (Arrival from 7.15pm. Door locked at 7:30p.m. Please be prepared to attend entire session as it is disruptive and disrespectful to leave early)
What to wear: Please wear red if you can to help create the feeling of the Red Tent.
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