But she will also have some of the labyrinths’ she makes. The labyrinth can be used as a tool that can re-integrate our scattered energy; mend our fragmented self and bring about deeper spiritual focus. It can lead us to divine inspiration, mirroring the journey of our lives with its twisting path leading to sacred center. Tracy takes a holistic approach to her labyrinth work by incorporating other modalities such as Reiki, crystal grids/healing, breath work, sound and sacred dance.
She’ll be selling out of her room, which will be one of those opening on the Atrium. Look for her there!
Chango/Sango/Hevissco is one of the Major figures of the African Diaspora religions. He is one of the Warriors. He is in almost every religion in the Africa Diaspora and His role remains the same in each one. His European counterpart is THOR! He has hung Hisself on the Worle Tree similarly to the God Odin for eternal wisdom after punishing to death two of His disciples. He was resurrected. He is the father of the drum. He is the master of the dance. He awaits for you! Set up-an air conditioned room. Although He will not be formally called, he tends to “heat up” a room Class Level: Intermediate Class time: 1.5 hours Pre-req: should have a basic knowledge of the African Diaspora.
Lady AMber Dawn aka Genise White is a tarot card reader, a Usui and Sacred Flame Master-Teacher for 14 years in total, an Isian, a Witch, a practitioner of the Haitian Voudoun religion, she is in the Circle Sanctuary MIT (Ministers in Training). She is also studying Umbanda for the past 4 years thorough The Temple of Guaracy, and Color Therapy. She is in active ordination studies with the Fellowship of Isis, and more.
(This workshop is being put off until next year so that Lady AMber Dawn won’t have to do 3 large workshops in one weekend.)
Lady AMber Dawn has been a very active Magickal force in the Occult world since 1993. She is a tarot card reader, a Usui and Sacred Flame Master-Teacher for 12 years in total, an Isian, a Witch, a practitioner of the Voudoun religion and is presently learning more about the religion of Umbanda through The Temple of Guaracy of Washington D.C.
Too often we think of magick as a throw-back to primitive times and pre-technological cultures. But magick and technology do mix, often very well. Many entities find it easier to communicate between worlds through energy manipulation (perhaps it’s a frequency thing). Other times they mix poorly- we all know someone who cannot wear a watch without it breaking within a few days, or whose presence seems to create static on electronic devices.
Yet, what are many sorts of divination but random number generators, and what better than a computer to do that? If you would test it yourself, try going to websites like facade and judge for yourself. Our panel will discuss the intersection of technology and magick. There are now apps and programs aimed at metaphysical practice, electronic grimoires, on line covens and other working groups. We live in the world with computers, we use them to make a living, pay our bills, play,… why not incorporate them in our magickal lives as well?
Come to the Atrium and listen to several of our speakers and guests talking about various issues. (let us know if you’d like to be on a panel, you don’t have to be a speaker, just have something to say about the topic. Let us know , or come to the facebook group and join the conversation!)