Moon Circles

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Upcoming Moon Circles: 

Full Moon in Aries
Thu, October 1 | 7:00pm CST | $10
Zoom | Registration info found below

New Moon in Libra
Thu, October 15 | 7:00pm CST | $20
Sixth House Studio | Register

Full Moon in Taurus
Sat, October 31 | TBA
Sixth House Studio | Registration info coming soon

About Moon Circles:

Moon Circles are designed to bring together anyone seeking a deeper connection with self. Each circle focuses on a theme corresponding to that the moon’s current archetypal pattern, and includes ritual, pranayama, meditation, discussion, journal prompts and oracle card interpretations. Moon Circles are open to adult women and men. 

New Moons occur when the moon appears to be dark. Our energy is more subdued, and our focus turns inward. This is a time to set goals, explore new ideas, plan projects, and practice intention-setting. 

Full Moons occur when the moon is at its brightest. We generally see a burst of energy, which calls us to action! This is the time to revisit the things you’ve been building or working on – either moving towards completion, changing direction, or scratching it all together. This is when we practice detachment and release things no longer serving us. 

Zoom Moon Circle Info:

Zoom Moon Circles are offered virtually and discounted at a rate of $10 per person.  Payments are non-refundable, but can be gifted to another attendee, or credited for a future circle.

VENMO at @megareena: In the subject line, type your email address and which Moon Circle you are signing up for. Send it privately so no one sees your information.

PAYPAL at mbettis@gmail.com: In the note section, type your email address and which Moon Circle you are signing up for.

A Zoom link and list of items to bring will be emailed to the address you provided by 3pm CST on the day of the moon circle. Please check your spam if you don’t receive it. You do not need a Zoom account to participate, but you should download the Zoom application to your device (computer, smartphone, or tablet) PRIOR to the circle start time. 

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