Goddess of the Month: Yemaya
with Phoenix LeFae
Friday, June 26, 7:00-9:00PM, and the fourth Friday of every month
The Sacred Well, 536 Grand Avenue, Oakland, 510-444-9355
Donations gratefully accepted
Together we will gather once a month and listen to the words of the Great Mother. We will do this through song, dance, trance, storytelling, and joyful community celebration.
Each month we will learn about and dive into the energy of a different Goddess from around the world. Our hope that is by meeting these different energies you will find one that resonates with your heart and you will walk away with the potential for a greater relationship with a Divine One.
Yemaya/Yemoja/Yemaja/Iemanja is the Yoruban Mother Goddess of the ocean and the water of the earth. Her presence in found in the Afro-Caribbean spiritual traditions. She is "Mother whose children are like fish" and this month we will call in this water Mother to hear Her secrets and be introduced to Her mysteries. We will welcome guest Priestess Dara, initiate of Yemaya/Yemoja, and guest Awo Ifadunsi Lou Florez Baba Shangobeyi, Priest of the Ifa Tradition to help us navigate Her waters of beauty and delight.
July - Kuan Yin
August - Morgan LeFae
September - Rhiannon
October - Circe
November - NO GATHERING
December - NO GATHERING
Phoenix LeFae is an eclectic magickal practitioner, Tarot reader, and professional Priestess, who has been walking the path of the Witch for many years. She is driven by a love for myth and Deity, working to help people connect to the Mysterious Ones in their daily lives. She believes that magick and ritual can transform our inner landscapes and change the world. Phoenix teaches in the Reclaiming Tradition of Witchcraft and she is the founder of Brigid's Hammer Mystery School. Above all else, Phoenix is a spiritual seeker looking for ways to deepen her practice every day.