This New Moon weekend I turned my little kitchen into an apothecary cabinet. I created my tinctures on the New Moon since the Waxing Moon enhances the absorption of liquids. I brewed my own Moon-time tea with raspberry leaf, lady's mantle, and hibiscus flower- tart, yummy, and soothing- much needed on my own cycle. I created a vanilla rose bath salt blend with ylang ylang and geranium essential oils for a Galentine's Day gift exchange my friend is putting together, along with a soothing detox mask of green clay, crushed lavender, and aloe vera powder. It's so much fun!!
I have a little extra so let me know if you would like a tin of any of my herbal creations! Contact me so we can work something out :)
Are you intrigued? Want to find out more? I know I am.
Well LE is offering a free call for whoever wants to find out more:
Daughters of Earth - Holistic Offering Launch Q + A Conference Call
If Daughters of Earth is calling your name but you're unsure, join me on Jan 13th. Let's get cozy with a mess of quilts, a cup of tea, and have ourselves a heart to heart chat. Get a feel for what Daughters of Earth is all about, the intentions and goals surrounding this circle, about the DoE magazine/podcast launch members will participate and contribute with, or simply ask the growing question, "what is the difference between the Apothecary Circle and Daughters of Earth?" :)
I'm looking for the Baba Yagas. The Wild Women living out in the dark, ready and willing to step out, cultivate their Light offering, and build something beautiful for 2013.
This call will be recorded and playback details will be provided afterwards.
My lovely friend Sondra sent this to my Facebook page and I love this! Moonchild, Moondaughter, same same :)
It makes me think about my choice for the name Moondaughter though. So I thought of this:
Moondaughter [muːnˈdɔːtə] n. A woman who adores and follows the Moon. Her soul finds sanctuary here, and has a kinship with the Moon. A Moondaughter is ever evolving and growing on her spiritual journey. She strives to be in-tune with emotions and to find balance in her mind, body, and spirit. Her Moontime is a celebration of womanhood. The cycles of the Moon are her rhythm. She is called to be a healer to her loved ones and community, spreading love, joy, compassion, and kindness. Her goal is to show women to connect with their inner-sage-woman, Goddess, higher self, or whatever name resonates.
That is what I strive to be. When I see my name I think of this. I have my on and off days, of course; I am human. And that is okay. Showing compassion to yourself is just as important.
Does this sound like you too? Would you like to be apart of a Moondaughter tribe/community, of soulful women coming together in compassion, joy, love and sharing?
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This week is busy for me! I start another semester of Grad school....eeee!! But I am only taking two classes this time, so I hopefully can manage everything :) Wish me luck!
I am also launching a project on Wednesday! The idea came to me at 3 am one night and I could not sleep until it was done, I guess that is the way the creative flow works sometimes :) Get ready to Cultivate an Attitude of Gratitude :)