Last night, we had our third New Moon women's circle this year. This moon we are with now was often named the 'egg-laying moon' to the Passamaquoddy people. •
When the new moon comes, we tend to go inward and allow space for what must die within and what may need to be born as the moon returns. •
The women here sat around a fire and we went inward together. We called in other women (and girls) into the healing of the circle. We spoke of our wonderings and our current struggles. We howled at the night sky and sung to the stars as we grounded together onto our Mother Earth. We also ate a delicious maple sugar acorn cookie and spread soothing @moonriseorganics salve onto our dry winter hands.