The Spring Equinox on 21st March is leaping and bounding towards us.
I’ve been researching and dreaming with Hare and the Dawn Goddess. She has many names. One theory is that ‘Easter’ comes from the name of the Spring Goddess, ‘Eostre’.
There’s a story I love about a lonely fisherman who waits on the sea all night for a Goddess he calls ‘Zora Djvojega’ – she’s clearly a dawn Goddess of great power – but rarely referenced other than in this story from the Balkans.
What does a new Dawn hold for us both personally and collectively?
And how can Hare help us if we call her as an Allie?
There have been hare’s on this land since before the Ice Age, they’ve been here for at least 200,000 years. Hare’s are matrifocal and the females fiercely defend their right to choose their own mates. She’s connected to the corn and to the Moon. She runs fast (40mph) and she knows how to change direction in the blink of an eye. Changing, changing, changing woman.
Join me in an exploration of Hare as Allie, through storytelling, sharing and ritual. As we prepare to meet the new Dawn, of life in these changing times.
Sunday 21st March 2021 – 6.30-8pm – on Zoom – £10
I want to keep the group to a maximum of 10 women, but could possibly run two groups.
Please let me know as soon as possible if you’d like to come.