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Forgiveness Fire Ceremony and Potluck with Mayan Elder Nana Wilma


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**This class will be offered again in the future when Nana Wilma returns to the United States. We hope in 2022.

2019: Join us Thursday August 8th at 4-7 or later....  (time to be confirmed), as we connect with the land, the ancestors, the unseen ones, in a traditional Mayan Fire Ceremony lead by Mayan Elder Nana Wilma. This beautiful event is by donation. Suggested donation: $5-$100 or more. Pay here:  and please let us know at the shop that you have done so.

Please bring along a meal or something to share for our potluck afterward.

Nana travels here from Guatemala every year, to bring her rich teachings to the North. She describes herself as a bridge builder, and a spiritual seed planter. It is our honor, and joy, to have her back here again for ceremony in Vermont and Massachusetts. 
Nana also offers personal one on one divinations. If you are interested in having time with her, please PM me.

All are welcome. Directions sent after you've sent your donation to the above link.

Please bring:
chair or blanket to sit on
potluck meal to share
offering for the fire (we will have a poll of what to bring to the gathering)

We hope to share this beautiful experience with Vermonters, to further our understanding of the amazing place where we live together.

You are welcome to come after 3:30 on. 

Children and elders welcome please. We're a working homestead so children will need supervision.

No furry friends please. We love animals, however we have farm animals here who are accustomed only to our dog, Lakota. Lakota joins us throughout most events. 

We have a working outhouse that we're so proud of, nice and clean and very pretty.

So excited to create and share this circle of wisdom and love with all who feel the call. 

This money will be used to support Nana Wilma's trip here. We run on donations, and any amount is welcome. We welcome volunteers to come help at the Botanical Sanctuary before, during and after Nana's visit. Please contact Kim at the shoppe.

*Please make your donations here:   Call the apothecary if you have any trouble making your donation (603-444-5577) or drop off your check to us at 19 Main Street Littleton, NH

See you soon! Bring drums, rattles, your voice, or your quietness. There are 65 acres of trails to walk along... Come as you are.

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