Welcome to Gaea Goddess Gathering!

A Festival for ALL Women - Sept 17-20  2015

 

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Post-Festival Recap

This year's Gaea Goddess Gathering was exciting and dynamic as women from all over the United States traveled to the Heartland to celebrate the Goddess within and the Great Goddess Isis! The synergy of the festival flowed throughout opening ritual, temple dedication, drumming, singing, dancing and workshops. We all LOVED having Summer Osborne perform her powerful songs at the talent show with her song "This Is Your Call" serving as inspiration to all women leaders. Summer and her lovely wife, Lori, offered our keynote address and did a fabulous job illuminating lessons of the New Earth and the Awakening Consciousness with Summer's song wisdom rhythm woven throughout. 
 
The Isis Temple was absolutely exquisite and lovely (if you haven't already, check out the temple pictures on our facebook page). It felt sacred and holy, complete with a Meditation Area and craft featuring cartouches women could use to stamp their name in hieroglyphs. The temple give-away was a scroll with a full color Isis image or one featuring Bastet, Hathor or Sekhmet
 
Highlights of the workshops were the class on Empaths taught by Kris Bethea, the Isis Activation facilitated by Priestess Kim Macy and Woman Runes with Molly Remer. The class on Ritual Intent led by Isha Lerner was informative and helpful, and the Barbara Walley workshop on connecting the Mother Earth to use the energy were informative and delighted all who attended. 
 
The festival flowed beautifully this year and much healing took place with the women. We were blessed to have a wonderful group maidens who formed their own tribe. Every aspect of woman's cycle of life was represented by the women present this year. We look forward to building on the brilliant success of this year as we plan for next year where we will be honoring The Morrigan