Today is the full moon in sagittarius with a total eclipse this afternoon, in case you were wondering why you feel so weird.
My plan is to lay in the sun until I'm hot, then jump into the gorge, then lay in the sun until I get really, really hot and repeat this cycle until I'm hungry and have to eat something delicious and sip on the young lilac mead Luke made last week. What??? I know. It honestly tastes like the nectar of the goddess. I know, cause I've sipped on that too.
I am also going to think on what intentions I made on the last full moon eclipse on winter solstice and see how it's going, like two full moon parentheses six months apart. Someone sent me an email that said something like, "do not try to resist this moon, it will only make it worse." Okay, Yoda, I'm just going to lay down and let that moon realign me like only a full moon eclipse can.
I'm pretty sure I need to be off the computer for that to happen, so I'm going to tell you about a few events and then turn this thing off and start being cosmically re-arranged and let the moon fill me up 'til my fingernails are silver slivers of light. (going to the witch spa, people, to get me a moon-i/pedi. hello, can we please open a witch spa?)
FIRST of all, for those of you in western mass, I am facilitating a workshop this weekend! Come!
HEALING THE EARTH, HEALING OURESELVES
Saturday, June 18th, 1-4 pm
Montview Neighborhood Farm
I will also be part of a BOOK CHAT (kind of like a talk show about books) with Michelle Tea at Food for Thought Books in Amherst on Tuesday, June 28th at 7pm. We were each asked to talk about a classic book that changed our life and something contemporary that we love. I'm going to talk about the post-apocalyptic, magically gay, bee priestess-y, mind-blowing novel, The Fifth Sacred Thing, by Starhawk and Urban Homesteading, a new book by Rachel Kaplan and K Ruby Blume, which I have a little piece in about healing and homesteading. This book is so brilliant and awesome and I highly recommend checking it out! I will be bringing some herbal elixirs to try and Michelle is always a charming, hilarious host, so it should be a gay old time.
(by the end of this post, I expect at least a few of you to have moved to western mass for the swimming holes, fermented beverages, and events. see you soon?)
Sending so much love on this bright, potent day,