Reese Baker will share about Rainwater Catchment and Storm runoff
*On Friday June 21st, the SFe Water Awareness Group is planning a Solstice Water Wheel ceremony and Global meditation at the Water Wheel in Frenchy’s Park at 9:30 AM. The gathering will coincide with a global meditation for Peace in preparation for the burying of the last Earth Treasure Vase in Australia and to bless the Waters at 10 AM our time. This last vase activates the global grid of Vases that have been buried around the world over the past 23 years. Bring a gallon of water for the trees and your special crystal, water or offering. To read more about the Earth Treasure Vase Project click here.
“This event, organized in partnership with the Gaiafield Project and the Shift Network’s Summer of Peace program, will occur via a teleconference/webcast link with the pilgrimage group live from Darwin, Australia. I will tell the story of the Earth Treasure Vase project and guide a meditation intended to link and activate the global Earth Treasure Vase grid, just days before the burial of the final vase”. Cynthia Jurs, director of the Earth Treasure Vase project.
*This Sunday’s Journey Santa Fe conversation at Collected Works Bookshop features
Foraging Right Outside Your Door, with Ellen Zachos and Backyard Foraging
June 9, 11 am
New Buffalo is North of Taos in Arroyo Hondo.
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