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Category: Public Circle

What to Bring: Potluck

Price/Donation: Free


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Posted: Jan.28.2013

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WomanCraft announces...

C.A.Y.A ~ Come As You Are Dianic/Goddess Circle



When: Feb. 22nd. 2013
Where: Thomasville, North Carolina

Monthly CAYA Dianic/Goddess Circle

Event Details: Become the creatrix you've always wanted to be!

There will always be some tea brewing and a potluck dish.Option to bring (Good) Food for (Positive) Thought.
Feel free to bring a potluck dish, dessert, or drink. We love to eat!!

We'll meet once a month, most often on a week night, 6:30pm to 9:00pm for Dianic Goddess Circle

(Over 21yrs)

All events are C.A.Y.A~Come As You Are~ because you are perfect like that!!

We also have "field trips" and other classes held on other days/weekend days. Field trips are a mix of crafty events, wise woman events, drum circles, festivals and classes that cover everything from living off the land to learning about goddess culture.

Look at our upcoming calendar when you join us. It is usually full of great things to do together.

We are here to celebrate conscious communication, the alchemy potential of women, and more -- inspiring us all to reclaim & express our Feminine Mojo.

All women are welcome here...

(Sorry, no boys at our meetups)

PRINCIPLES OF BELIEF

I practice rites to attune myself with the natural rhythms of Nature marked by the phases of the Moon.

I acknowledge a depth of power far greater than is apparent to the average person. This power is sometimes called “supernatural” but I see it as a natural potential.

I see religion, magic, and wisdom-in-living as being united in the way one views the world and lives within it – a philosophy of life I identify as Witchcraft.

Calling oneself "Witch" does not make a Witch - but neither does heredity, titles, degrees, or initiations. A Witch seeks to control the forces within herself that makes life possible in order to live wisely and well, without harm to others, and in harmony with Nature.

I do not accept the concept of “absolute evil, ” nor do I worship any entity known as “satan” or “the devil” as defined by other religions. I do not seek power through the suffering of others, nor do I accept the idea that personal benefits can be achieved through denial to another.

Thoughts, actions, and intent put forth on this planet resonate in the worlds beyond, therefore a Witch must live a life of conscious discipline and responsible use of power. Let her not fall prey to the fury of the moment, but contemplate the results of her acts upon others.

Those who follow the Mysteries must be above reproach. A Witch’s word is given sparingly, but adhered to as though it were iron-clad. Be honest with others, and expect honesty from them in return.

~http://dianic.faithweb.com/principles.htm

The Dianic tradition is a vibrantly creative and evolving Women's Mystery tradition that is inclusive of all women. Our practices include celebrating and honoring the numerous physical, emotional and other life cycle passages that women share. Contemporary Dianic tradition recognizes the greater or lesser effects and influences of the dominant culture on every aspect of women's lives. Since 1971, the Dianic movement has inspired and provided healing rituals to counter the effects of living in patriarchy, and has worked to understand, deconstruct, and heal from the dominant culture wherein we live and practice our faith.

The Dianic tradition is committed to uncovering, examining, reclaiming, or ascribing contemporary meanings to the lost or forgotten legacies, traditions, and magical practices of our foremothers from earliest times, and to recover herstory. We recognize that women's practices of the past are time- and place-specific, and that it is up to us to ascribe and reconstruct new meanings for spiritual practices within today's cultural contexts.

~Ruth Rhiannon Barrett Dianic High Priestess, Author and founder of Temple of Diana, the motherhouse of Sisters of the Moon and a legally recognized religious organization.

Event Location: 1010 National Highway in Thomasville
Event TIME Details: 7:00 pm until....

Directions: Join our Women's Only Facebook group for more details: https://www.facebook.com/groups/triadsnb/

Phone: (336) 706-9642

Website: http://www.facebook.com/groups/triadsnb/

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