Heart Of Mind Radio 10/06/18
On Today’s Heart Of Mind, Radio for the NEW Millennium, host Kathryn Davis speaks with Yasmin Boland, a former journalist/TV producer turned astrologer. The focus will be “Moon Manifesting” a little known, but ancient method for Conscious Creation.
Yasmin Boland is a former journalist/TV producer turned astrologer. Yasmin has been working with the Moon consciousness for nearly 20 years and is read by millions of people each week via her websites and columns in publications including the Sunday Telegraph, Yahoo! Australia and many more. She is the author of several best-sellers: Moonology; Working With the Magic of Lunar Cycles; her new book is Moon Diary, and a deck of Moonology oracle cards.
Upcoming ONE-Day Workshop at the New York Open Center:
Sunday, October 7, 2018, 9:30 am – 5:30 pm:
Astrologer Yasmin Boland teaches us how to work with the magical lunar cycle of the moon. The practice, she says, serves to unleash what she calls our “sacred superpowers.” This is a highly effective, ancient method of manifesting what has been dormant for some time, and for many, it is the ingredient their conscious creation has been missing. These powers are simple to restore, and creates a framework for you. You will also learn about intentions, making wishes, surrender, the eight major Moon phases, and be given simple ideas and exercises for ways to work with each moon phase throughout the year.
Note: Come with the intention to heal at least one thing in your life, as the workshop takes place under the Balsamic Moon.
Kathryn is offering a special workshop at the New York Open Center. Link: https://www.opencenter.org/the-art-of-creating-a-sacred-altar
The Art of Creating a Sacred Altar: Celebrating Winter Solstice Traditions with Ritual with Kathryn Davis
Build your very own “Portable Sacred Altar” and turn any environment into a sacred space according to your desire and intent. In this class, you’ll have a chance to build a bridge to source energy, angels, spirit guides, and/or ancestors. In celebration of the Winter Solstice, you will create an altar, based on one of the ancient traditions of the world: Kemet/Africa, Asia, Europe or American Indian. Each have a unique solstice tradition, yet express a common meaning for inner reflection, rebirth and renewal. Your altar will provide a central location at home, outdoors, or at work for meditation, ritual, and prayer.