Following is a transcript from the Full Moon Meditation held at Meditation Mount on June 30, 2015. Cancer is the birth sign of humanity. It rules the Mother, the womb and the physical plane birth of humanity. Humanity was manifest on this planet when the completion of the evolutionary cycle within a subset of the animal kingdom was reached.
The Sun has entered Cancer as part of its continuous cosmic procession and we are being infused right now with the subtle qualities of this constellation. Cancer is a space of birth and incarnation and offers us the opportunity of bringing ideas into form.
But the magic happens when the humans leave and night falls. The pond becomes a watering hole for the vast array of wildlife from the wilderness that surrounds the Mount. Read Ellen’s post about our visit from the Brown Bear.
On Tuesday June 2nd we will be celebrating World Invocation Day, together with many thousands of individuals and groups around the planet. So what exactly is ‘invocation’?
Every year, since 1952, people in all parts of the world have celebrated World Invocation Day on the day of the June full moon. It is a global day of prayer and meditation when people of different spiritual paths invoke energies of Light, Love and Spiritual Purpose, using the Great Invocation.
Eleven Tibetan Buddhist Monks, endorsed by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, bring the Mystical Arts of Tibet to the Mount on Sunday, May 24th from 7 to 9pm.
This is a gentle, restorative class designed to help you deeply relax, stretch and breathe into the tight places that need it most. Please bring any props you may have such as straps, blocks, blankets, bolsters, etc. All ages and all levels are welcome. We have some yoga mats to share but please bring your own if you have one. …
The Ageless Wisdom teachings offer us a valuable roadmap and set of navigational instruments for our journey into deeper levels of consciousness and self-awareness. Read on!
Our next full moon celebration is on May 3rd in the solar month of Taurus. It is also the celebration of Wesak, a festival which takes place in a remote valley in the Himalayas at the full moon of May. Read on for more on the legend.
Each of our group endeavors constitutes interdependent points of expression and diverse aspects of a grand strategy to materialize the beauty of a Divine Dream.