SUMMER SOLSTICE HOLY DAY CEREMONY

June 21, Friday, 12-2

At Wanderland Rainforest Iseum

Traditionally, the Holy Day of Summer Solstice is a celebration of the fullness of life—the warmth and abundance that the summer sun brings to the land and to our spirits. In this Summer Solstice ceremony, we will go back more than 3,000 years to the stories and myths surrounding Sirius (Sothis), a star that “rose from the underworld”  around the time of the Solstice, and whose radiance and beauty were so great that in Egyptian mythology  it was said to emanate the “Soul of Isis.”

This ceremony, led by Gwendolyn Endicott, is a celebration of Isis, the Mother and Heart of the Universe, and includes a meditation harmonizing our heart beat with the heart beat of the Great Mother. Pam Tillson will accompany the meditation on the drum. We will call on Isis to help us open our hearts in gratitude and to bring fullness and healing to us and to the Earth.

Ceremony begins at noon. There is no charge, but suggested donations of $10-$20 will help in maintenance of the Forest Sanctuary and are greatly appreciated. For more information see our website at wanderlandrainforest.org or contact Gwendolyn@nehalemtel.net

 

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2 Responses to SUMMER SOLSTICE HOLY DAY CEREMONY

  1. Betsy McMahon says:

    Where does this take place?

    • Gwendolyn Endicott says:

      Wanderland is located 4 miles from Nehalem, off of North Fork road. For privacy. we don’t publish the exact address. Let me know if you are interested in attending and I will send directions. Blessings gwendolyn

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