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Christmas Full Moon/Winter Solstice Fire Ceremony and Community Potluck

  • Twin Ponds Integrative Health Center 628 Twin Ponds Road Breinigsville, PA 18031 USA (map)

Joyfully Celebrate the Inner and Outer Light as We Experience the Last Full Moon of 2018 and the First Days of Winter with a Fire Ceremony and Potluck!

Leave behind the modern stresses associated with the December Holiday(s) Season and step into a timeless celebration of Light, inner and outer, Lunar and Solar. This fire ceremony and community potluck offers an uplifting alternative to modern traditions by providing an opportunity to put bygones in the fire, ignite our love for self and others, celebrate Light in its many forms and celebrate each other in our many forms.

After the fire ceremony, and as part of the potluck, we will have a traditional “Giveaway” as taught to me by my friend and mentor Nicholas Noble Wolf. For the “Giveaway” we bring an object of our own that we have loved and valued, but no longer need on our journey. This personal treasure is ceremonially offered to “Mother Earth” who gifts the object to another participant according to Her intuition.

Open to 25 participants. Register Now in two easy steps:  

1. Sign up for the ceremony at to confirm that there is still space.  

2Confirm your commitment with a $33 gifting via or Directions to the location for this event will be sent after confirmation is received.

If you would like to offer more, or present an additional form of gratitude offering, you may do so after the Despacho Ceremony. To provide perspective, when I used to participate in Sweat Lodge, it was my practice to offer $108 as a gift to the Medicine Man. Sacred events require an immense amount of energy and internal resources from the practitioner. To maintain Ayni, reciprocity, it is important to reciprocate the value received. We each carry that knowing in our heart.

It is traditional to have a community potluck after participating in ceremony together. Please bring an allergy friendly dish to share. If you need suggestions, feel free to contact me!