Suggested Sliding Scale Giving: Rs 100 - 250 per Person Per Circle. Give so we can sustain the circle through the year.



New Moon Marks the beginning of a new moon cycle - a fresh beginning in its full cycle of waning and waxing of 28 to 29.5 days exactly the days for  one full menstruation + ovulation cycle. It is the time to let go of the gains and losses of the old cycle consciously, intuit and plant new seeds of intentions for what you wish to bring forth in your life for the next cycle!

Physically, Mentally, Emotionally, and Spiritualy it is a powerful time for introspection, integration, and transformation. When we share sacred space together in sisterhood, we begin to synchonize rhythmically, as well as exponentially magnify the power of our intentions and web of energetic support for each other.

Women's New Moon Embodied Wisdom Circle

Each Monthly New Moon Circle will have a theme.
1. Sacred Opening of the Circle (30 Min)

2. Themed Body of the Circle (60 Min)

3. Sacred Closing of the Circle (30 Min)
The Opening and Closing will create sacred comunity space for stepping into the body of the engagement where we will engage in converdation, some embodied expressive art work.

We hope to bring a wide variety of themes from menstrual synchrony to womb wisdom to sacred yoni to holding space to body image to goddessess around the world to earth rhytms to ritual work to many offerings.

Women participating in regular circles experience sense of fullness and an expanded awareness of self - within and without, groundedness in her body and sexuality, and a deep sense of connection with the Earth, Nature and all Life around.

Monday . 6:30 - 8:30 pm . Jan 30, Feb 27, Mar 27, Apr 24, May 29, Jun 26, Jul 24, Sep 18, Oct 23, Nov 20, Dec 18 . @Lahe Lahe, Indiranagar (Bangalore)

“Part of healing the wounded feminine and reclaiming feminine wisdom is for the women to reconnect, to come together as sisters with a common mission rather than stay isolated and reinforce a divisiveness which disempowers us all and weakens our efforts.”
- Jane Hardwicke Collings

Next: Monday, Feb 27, 6:30 PM Sharp

Theme: Embodying the Wild Spirit