Grandmothers of the Sacred Stones
In january 2018 a beautiful Circle of Grandmothers has been founded...
In the beginning we were still searching how to give form to this Circle of Love and Light in togetherness and allignment. During this proces, one day I was praying with our Ancestors and received the name of our Sacred Circle: 'Grandmothers of the Sacred Stones' ...
The name of our Circle is very sacred and related to the "Stonepeople" (Stones) whom I consider to be our most Ancient WisdomKeepers. The Ones who carry the Sacred Wisdom of Mother Earth; connected to our Ancestors, I also feel a strong connection with the Sacred Stones of our Lands : 'Hunebeds'.
I deeply honor their radiant energy.
Feeling humbly grateful having received this name, my intention is to carry forward and to listen to their Ancient Widom. To stay as much as possible in spriritual and physical connection with Them and walking my Path in Truth together with the Grandmothers who also have heard this calling.
Our Circle is growing and still open for a few new members from 55+
Do you feel this call in your heart, please send an email to angeliqueboas(at)kpnmail.nl, together with a photograph and your motivation of why you would love to join this GrandmotherCircle.
Together we have the intention to build and support our communities with the shared Wisdom we have gathered during our Earthwalk. We love to support the future of our next 7 Generations to come.
Therefore we gather and pray in Sacred Circle; we share, love, sing and gather in harmony.
Your donation is € 20,-
We come together around every New Moon from 2PM - 5PM (14:00u-17:00h, CEST/summertime will add one hour). (With more than 3 members we will celebrate our Gatherings over Zoom call during the Covid-19 virus precautions)
Our closed page on FB is called : Circle of Grandmothers of the Sacred Stones
Our open page on FB is called: Grandmothers of the Sacred Stones, you are very welcome to visit the last one and leave a reply.
May we Walk in Beauty.
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Love and Light,
photo: Angelique Boas