Event: Meeting the Shadow – Eating Hucha
What do we do with the heaviness and helplessness, often unspoken, that comes to us in the wake of events far away? The Shadow’s energy on the planet is widespread – homeless refugees on the move, Syria demolished, age-old treasures destroyed -
A centuries-old tool from the Andes puts heavy energy to use, as darkness afoot becomes compost for Mother Earth. We can shift our own capacity to deal with the Shadow.
Be supported by the impetus of time’s movement through the dark of the year, and of the monthly turning of the tide. Hone your capacity to use the shadow within, moving into the light.
Wednesday, November 25, at 11:00 AM, as the full moon brings high tide to Bayfront Park in Menlo Park, explore the practice and its place in our own life experiences. Then walk along the crest of the hills overlooking San Francisco Bay, as we “Eat Hucha”. Taking in the shadow in multiple forms, through intention and the guidance of this spiritual practice, we’ll offer this energy to Mother Earth and fill ourselves with Light.
Email Ginny Anderson for more explicit directions. Share this invitation with others you know, and find a way to lighten the shadow’s burden on your mind and heart.
11:00 AM on Wednesday, November 25
Bayfront Park in Menlo Park