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Women's Discovery Circle: Incubation, Gestation, Germination

It's called 'self-growth' for a reason.

Sprouting and growing a seed, requires a a specific set of actions. Choosing the seed. Preparing the soil. Weeding out anything that will prevent the new crops from growing. A regimen of watering and fertilizing. And of course you need to tend to the crops as they grow.

The same goes for our Self-growth. Creating transformation in our lives, like sprouting and growing a seed, requires a a specific set of actions. 

Self-growth requires:

  • intention
  • awareness of choosing
  • trusting and having faith
  • letting go of the past 
  • patience 

It's time for our annual SEED RITUAL- one of our most popular rituals of the year. Many of our regular group attendees have had profound shifts in their lives because of this ritual - including new jobs, relationships...even a transition into sobriety. 

This is you opportunity to decide exactly what you want to grow in your garden. 

What's in that womb-y, juicy incubation stage in your life that needs to take root in reality, in order to grow? What shift do you need to call in, in order to create the tipping point for your dreams? What do you need support to let go of, or to weed out of your life to make room for the new?

You can call in the shift and support that leads to a new job or relationship...or you can call in or call back aspects in your self like strength, courage, or patience- that will make that specific shift happen.

This ritual creates a sacred space to support our intentionality and to increase our awareness, as well as providing a fertile place to plant our trust and faith.

"A garden requires patient labor and attention. Plants do not grow merely to satisfy ambitions....They thrive because someone expended effort on them. Liberty Hyde Bailey

Thursday November 19, 2015
(Every other Thursday) 7:00PM- 8:30PM
826 Cliff Drive, Laguna Beach CA 92651
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 (Photo by Natalia O. Photography.)