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SeAsoNAL ThReSholDS

from SemINARy oF The wIld

Welcome each season with Equinox and Solstice experiential practices through Seminary of the Wild.

Join Seminary of the Wild guides for a free webinar every Solstice and Equinox.  Begin each season with an immersive practice, a ceremony, and ideas for preparing your heart, focus, and spirit to tune into the upcoming season.  Seminary of the Wild practices are experiential ways to welcome the new season through conversation with the particular beings in your part of this enchanted earth who are interconnected with your own wild and whole self and community.  These are practices that make space for Sacred presence in all.  Two hour webinar includes conversation, ritual and a “wild seeding kit” of practices you can bring to your land and into your home and life.

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Winter Solstice

December 21

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March 19 | 4 pm PT

Ostara: In the Northern Hemisphere, Spring begins with an announcement that new life is always possible after the death and letting-go of Winter. This session will offer ideas and practices to welcome spring in your place as well as in your life.

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Summer Solstice

June 21 | 3 pm PT

Litha: Midsummer is celebrated at the time when the sun is at its height and greatest strength. The ancients celebrated this season as one of divine creativity and inspiration. We will learn practices to connect with the creativity of communion, and erotic belonging to the land...

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Autumn Equinox

September 22

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Spring Equinox (Ostara):  In the Northern Hemisphere, Spring begins with an announcement that new life is always possible after the death and letting-go of Winter.  The explosion of wild flowers, eggs hatching in nests, baby bunnies and deer and seagulls. This session will offer ideas and practices to welcome spring in your place as well as in your life.  We are connected with the rhythms of the land, though Western dominant culture has systematically disconnected us to the point where we may have forgotten that the return of the sun is part of our own life rhythm as well.  In the Christian tradition, it is no accident that Easter was placed in Springtime, re-voicing the natural pattern inherent in all things:  new life emerges only from death.  With gratitude for what has been shed and emptied through the long winter (and difficult 2020 year!), learn practices to open you up to the fullness of what new is longing to emerge in and through you.

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Summer Solstice (Litha) : Midsummer is celebrated at the time when the sun is at its height and greatest strength, for this reason the ancient Druids celebrated this season as one of divine creativity and inspiration. The longest hours of daylight and the energy of the summer sun symbolizes the sensuous and erotic life-force of the flourishing celebration of the cosmos in which we participate. We will learn practices to connect with the creative fertility of communion, and erotic belonging to the land from the perspective of the Wild, Indigenous One. We will experience the emotive power of our sensual selves in conversation with human and more-than-human relationships, for accessing deeper creativity and emotional vitality.

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Autumn Equinox (Mabon) : Midsummer is celebrated at the time when the sun is at its height and greatest strength, for this reason the ancient Druids celebrated this season as one of divine creativity and inspiration. The longest hours of daylight and the energy of the summer sun symbolizes the sensuous and erotic life-force of the flourishing celebration of the cosmos in which we participate. We will learn practices to connect with the creative fertility of communion, and erotic belonging to the land from the perspective of the Wild, Indigenous One. We will experience the emotive power of our sensual selves in conversation with human and more-than-human relationships, for accessing deeper creativity and emotional vitality.

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Winter Solstice (Yule) : Midsummer is celebrated at the time when the sun is at its height and greatest strength, for this reason the ancient Druids celebrated this season as one of divine creativity and inspiration. The longest hours of daylight and the energy of the summer sun symbolizes the sensuous and erotic life-force of the flourishing celebration of the cosmos in which we participate. We will learn practices to connect with the creative fertility of communion, and erotic belonging to the land from the perspective of the Wild, Indigenous One. We will experience the emotive power of our sensual selves in conversation with human and more-than-human relationships, for accessing deeper creativity and emotional vitality.