Well, December is here and there is no turning back. Holiday hectic times are here as well. Our October drum circle at the Veteran’s Oasis Park was a great turnout with the big Hunter’s full moon bright in the eastern sky. The evening event happened right on the full moon night. Not many of our scheduled times land right on the full moon night, so the energy was excellent. The evening sounds vibrated the universe and brought our people into alignment with others. Our gathering is a spiritual event that is full of love and light. We make intentions for ourselves and others for release of what is not wanted or to bring something in that is needed.
Each month has a name for the full moon. The Native American names are the ones used most in the northern and eastern United States. The tribes used the names to keep track of the seasons. You can search for these names and meanings on websites, or the Farmer’s Almanac website has the names and meanings as well. Earthsky.org/astronomy-essentials/full-moon-names gives both the northern and southern hemisphere names. Happy searching and learning.
The Drum Circle meets on Wednesday, the week of the full moon each month. We will be taking the month of December off and not having a gathering. Our next scheduled event will be January 23, 2019, at the Sun Lakes Country Club, Friendship Room.
For more information or to be on our email list, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Julia Norton at 480-823-7410.
Have a very enjoyable Christmas season!