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Gratitude & Thanksgiving Community Despach

November 9, 2019 @ 3:30 pm - 6:00 pm

***ALL profits going to Sandy Hook Promise and River’s Edge Healing Center!!

Come join us for this special ceremony and creation of a sacred mandala full of our prayers, intentions, gratitude, beautiful flowers, candies, seeds and more to celebrate and appreciate all that we are thankful for in our lives and to honor our connection to Nature and our beautiful Mother Earth. This offering will be created based on the traditions of the Andes (with permission), of creating a Despacho, or sacred offering bundle that will then be burned in a fire to honor Pachamama, our Mother Earth and the Creator.

This ceremony is a wonderful, uplifting experience. Come share your positive intentions, gratitude and blessings for the Earth, your family, community and each other! We will also share prayers, medicine songs, drum journey and cleansing during this special event.

Children 10 and over are welcome with their parents. Please bring a special flower, candy or other sweets to contribute your own special offering.

Requested donation: $35 per person; children; free.
Event is 3:30-6pm; River’s Edge Healing Center, 5 Riverside Road, Sandy Hook, CT

We will also have some special stones, crystals, jewelry and other items available for purchase for some early holiday shopping!

Hope you can join us! To register, contact Deana Paqua, deana.paqua@gmail.com; ph 203-994-5045; website embodythesacred.net

Deana Paqua is a teacher and practitioner of cross-cultural energy medicine and contemporary shamanism, and also an adjunct professor at WCSU in Danbury, CT. She has studied the indigenous traditions of the Andes for over sixteen years and has worked with traditional medicine people from various cultures, including the Q’ero of Peru for over thirteen years. She offers training programs, classes, events, healing sessions and more in Ridgefield and New Milford, CT.

Details

Date:
November 9, 2019
Time:
3:30 pm - 6:00 pm