Summer Solstice Celebration

You’re invited to Summer Solstice Celebration
Saturday June 20th 11am to 3pm
Moon Mothers Nursery
401 Prospect Way Half Moon Bay Harbor

This creative celebration of high summer will span 4 hours, so we will not all be together at the same time. We will practice covid precaution by being outside and social distancing, hence the 4 hour time span.  Come anytime between 11am & 3pm. Individually we will create a prayer flag and weave it onto new strand that will unite our tribe in prayers for our country and the world.

Last week I made a double sided demonstration sign and stood with hundreds of Coastsiders in a peaceful demonstration of Black Lives Matter to protest George Floyd’s murder.  Also, I painted a BLM rock for our labyrinth before the full moon ceremony.

   

Now, it’s time to create messages of peace and healing that will silently speak tranquility.


All prayer flag materials will be provided.  Your welcome to bring your own needle and thread if your compelled to embroider your flag or stitch the edges.

Looking forward to creating and stringing prayer~peace flags with you on Summer Solstice.

Sincerely,

Tamara Trejo
P.S. We will not gather on July 4th full Moon.

 

Hecate Time

Cloaked in a long black hooded cape and holding a crescent moon shaped sickle, she is to be revered, not feared or confused with the Grim Reaper.  Hecate, the dark Goddess of wisdom and intuition, is a way shower. She stands silently at the crossroads of life, holding two torches to light both directions, to assist one in seeing through illusions and proceed down the right path.  Her spirit is strongest at midnight and twilight, when the veil between the worlds are the thinnest.  She stood at the gate of Hades, alerting Persephone’s mother of her whereabouts.  She is a helper and will assist all that call upon her.

After sheltering in place for two full moons and gathering remotely via Zoom, I felt a strong desire to gather the women in person for the June full moon ceremony.  I had a feeling of boldness and fear.  My intuition informed me that it would be alright.  As circle leader, I needed to be cautious and gathering in person might be reckless.  At this crossroads decision time, my intuitive spirit of Hecate informed me it was time to reunite the women in person.  I send out the invitation with cautionary guidelines.

On the full moon, the helpers showed up.  Unannounced, Ginni (Fire Goddess) showed up early to create a strong fire. Kellie showed up to lead the drum rhythm and Hecate invoking chant.  Five other brave ladies arrived and we cast our divine circle.  Heeding scientific health guidelines we gathered outside, wore masks, held silk scarves to connect our circle and there was plenty of hand sanitizer.  Adding this foreign health protocol we proceeded down the path of traditional Moon Mother ceremony ritual.  As we walked the labyrinth, chanting the Hecate invocation to a steady drum beat we found clarity in this historic crucial decision time.

Be well and enjoy summer.

Sincerely,

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Tamara Trejo

 

June Full Moon Ceremony


You’re invited to full moon ceremony at the Nursery.  Yes, we will physically gather in person this month.  Of course we will practice covid precaution by being outside and not hold hands (social distancing)

Don your mask and take yourself on a mystical date under the June full moon.

Friday, June 5th 8pm ~ Full Moon Ceremony
Moon Mothers Nursery 401 Prospect Way
Half Moon Bay Harbor
Dedicated to Hecate
Greek Goddess of Magic.

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She stands bearing light at the dark crossroads of life.

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On this night we will invoke the clarity of Hecate. Through walking labyrinth meditation, drumming and ancient ritual, we will keenly connect to the wisdom of Hecate.

Please bring, blanket, drum, rattle or some kind of rhythm maker.

I feel that it is wise to limit this gathering to 12 ladies.  Please RSVP soon via email or text 650-303-5515  As normal there will be a Expression of Appreciation donation box (suggested $20 to $50)

Looking forward to seeing you.

Sincerely,

TTconch

Tamara Trejo

New Moon Drum Circle

You’re invited to New Moon Drum Circle
via Zoom Friday May 22nd. 7:30pm
Dedicated to Healing our Planet

Facilitated by Drum Priestess DiOnne

This month for the New Moon in Gemini ♊️ DiOnne will be drumming the sound of a Lone Wolf, broadcasting live and loud, from Moon Mother’s Nursery.

Drawn to the wisdom of our ancestors who used the drum as a sacred instrument, We will join together via Zoom to invoke healing for Mother Earth and all Her beings. Come with your prayers in celebration of Mother Earth’s majesty and the New Moon in Gemini.If you’ve never used Zoom before, it’s super easy! You can log on from your computer or smart phone. You don’t have to join Zoom to join a meeting, but you may have to download a bit of software or an app.

To join the meeting, just click on this link: Zoom Meeting Link  If you use link you shouldn’t need a password.  To avoid any confusion here’s the password. 832645 and the meeting number is 843 3877 5517

Gather your drum, rattle or other rhythm maker and join us on the New Moon Friday May 22nd 7:30pm

Be well.


Tamara Trejo

Wisdom Wands

One of the best things about our Zoom full moon ceremony is that Moon Mothers from hundreds of miles away, were able to join us.  

It was a wonderful surprise when Heather logged in from Maine.  She moved away a few years ago and we missed her dearly.  She was sitting outside, lit by candle and moon light.  We began out gathering at 7:30pm pacific time, a half hour before sunset and the moon was still below the horizon.  It was 10:30pm on the East Coast.  She panned the camera to show us mother moon in all her super full moon brilliance.  It was a lovely little time travel.

On this night we dedicated our ceremony to the Goddess Ixchell, Mayan Medicine woman.  read more about Ixchell  Our healing medicine work had begun days before our full moon cyber circle;  When each Moon Mother foraged for the perfect stick, branch or root for the armature of her Wisdom Wand. I love how our creative tribe thinks out of the box.  Caroline chose a root and Shannan choose a sinuous willow branch.  The invocation fabrics were just as creative, Heather used pieces of her wedding dress and Lorna used pieces of her hippy blouse from the 1970s, Danielle used flower vines from her sacred garden and Kimberly ( who doesn’t live on the coast) used seashells from her visit to Half Moon Bay.

During our time together we finished our wands. We wound our armatures with fabric and string as we recited healing words, that raised our collective energy and sent a message of well being to the universal mind.  We all spoke at the same time creating a cacophony of healing sound.  Interesting how one voice would rise with clear strength and then fade back into the many, then another would ring with clarity.  Our unrehearsed words wove together into a symphony of the highest vibration of a healed planet, gratitude and personal power.  Our voices rang out, on line, across the planet and into the universal Goddess field.

Our wands hold the power of intention, created in high personal and collective vibrational energy.  Below are a few pictures of the Wisdom Wand Talismans we created. 

Below is a video of our closing song, sung by Danielle Kane.

We Moon Mothers will always find a way to gather and celebrate the divine feminine.

If your inclined to create your own wisdom wand here’s a link to an instructional video I created.  Wisdom Wand video

Be well

TTconch

Tamara Trejo

May Full Moon Gathering

You are invited Women’s Full moon ceremony
via Zoom Thursday May 7th. 7:30pm
Dedicated to Goddess Ixchell, Mayan medicine woman

On this night, we will finish our new 2020 Wisdom Wands.   Please begin making your wisdom wand before joining the Zoom circle.  Here’s a link to an instructional video I created to help you begin your wisdom wand.  Video Link

Goddess Ixchell is a wise medicine woman, midwife and weaver.  In her honor we will weave our healing vibrations into a Wisdom Wand talisman and connect with the universal field that is birthing a healthy planet of vitality and cooperation. Your wisdom wand will hold your personal power essence and you will connect in gratitude for the new healthy, peaceful chapter our planet is experiencing.

As good world citizens, we are complying with all efforts to stop the virus by not physically gathering in our traditional full moon ceremonial circle.  Instead, I invite you join me in a Zoom call to continue our sisterhood of celebrating the divine feminine and embodying a goddess archetype. If you’ve never used Zoom before, it’s super easy! You can log on from your computer or smart phone. You don’t have to join Zoom to join a meeting, but you may have to download a bit of software or an app.

To join the meeting, just click on this link:  Join Zoom Meeting

Try clicking on it sometime before full moon (like now), to make sure you’re up and running with Zoom. You should get a message that says “waiting for host to start meeting”.

If you have any technical problems let me know before Wednesday.  Looking forward to remotely seeing you all and finishing our wisdom wands together.

Here’s a link to a beautiful video Mother Earth is breathing.

Be well,


Tamara Trejo

Earth Day Zoom Drum Circle

You are invited to Earth Day Drum Circle
via Zoom Wednesday April 22nd. 7:30pm
Dedicated to Healing our Planet


Facilitated by Drum Priestess DiOnne

On this New Moon in Taurus, we will come together via Zoom, to focus healing energy vibrations by way of drumming. Drawn to the wisdom of our ancestors who used the drum as a sacred instrument, We will join together at this critical moment of history to invoke healing for Mother Earth and all Her beings. Come with your prayers and celebration of Mother Earth’s majesty. We will gather from our safe and sacred homes to drum our prayers for healing.

DiOnne will be drawing an animal spirit guide card for Mother Earth, If you want a personalized animal spirit guide card drawn for you, contact DiOnne before Wednesday morning. DiOnne’s email 

If you’ve never used Zoom before, it’s super easy! You can log on from your computer or smart phone. You don’t have to join Zoom to join a meeting, but you may have to download a bit of software or an app.

To join the meeting, just click on this link:  Join Zoom Meeting

Try clicking on it sometime before Earth Day (like now), to make sure you’re up and running with Zoom. You should get a message that says “waiting for host to start meeting”.

Gather your drum, rattle or other rhythm maker and join us On Earth Day, Wednesday, April 22nd. 7:30pm

Be well.


Tamara Trejo

 

Zoom Circle

As keepers of the ancient tradition of gathering on full moon to honor the divine feminine, we carried on in a fashion that would have amazed our ancestral grandmothers.

We good world citizens, separately gathered together via Zoom (video conferencing).

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This was our first ever remote gathering.  We dedicated our ceremony to Maat; Egyptian Goddess of balance and justice.

The fear, sadness, and anxiety from the pandemic is permeating humanity and weighing like boulders on our hearts. To walk through this world with a heavy heart is an injustice, but so is this virus.

Last night we engaged in modern ritual to lighten our hearts and bring balance to our lives, even if it was just for a while.

Before our Zoom gathering, each woman created a personal altar dedicated to healing the world.

Then we wrote about all the heaviness in her heart.  Symbolic of letting go, the pages of sorrow were burned.  Then; time to tune into the Zoom meeting.

I wasn’t sure if we should jump right into circle speak or keep with the tradition of opening ceremony.  The wise Moon Mothers chose to begin with a modified opening  ritual.  The familiar words helped me settle in this foreign way of holding circle.  We were miles apart from each other, but I could feel them settle too.

One of the best ways to balance a heavy heart is through laughter.  This always worked well in past circles, when we dedicated our ceremony to Maat.  I was ready for some giggles. When we got to circle speak (joke time) it wasn’t easy to laugh.  A few chuckles but no deep belly laughs.  Shannan stepped up and led a yoga laughing practice.  That did prime the pump to start the laughing flow. Positive stories of planet healing were told and it brought peace and hope to our circle. In closing, Danielle led us in our traditional closing song.

I look forward to easy belly laughs without the aid of wine, although it is 4 20 all month.

Be well.

Tamara Trejo

Cyber Full Moon Ceremony

You’re invited to a Cyber Full Moon Ceremony

Tuesday April 7th 7pm.

Dedicated to Maat, the Egyptian Goddess of balance.

As good world citizens, we are complying with all efforts to stop the virus by not physically gathering in our traditional full moon ceremony.  Instead, I invite you join me in a Zoom call to continue our sisterhood of celebrating the divine feminine and embodying a goddess archetype.

On this full moon I invite you to set up your personal altar with the intention of balance and healing for the world. If possible put a feather and candle on your altar. 

Our intention is to bring balance into our lives by letting go of our burdens and engaging in humor.

Once you have set up your altar, write down the heaviest burdens you carry at this time. Once you’ve written all your worried heart burdens, burn that piece of paper as a symbol of letting the heaviness go.

Please do this personal part of the ceremony, before our zoom call begins at 7pm.

During our cyber circle speak time, we will each share our favorite joke. 

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Maat, Goddess of justice and balance, hails from the Egyptian pantheon. According to mythology she is the gate-keeper who appears at the end ones life. With an ostrich feather in her hair, she stands sturdy and forthright holding a scale to weigh your heart. If your heart is heavier than the feather you must reincarnate as human to learn the lessons of a balanced life. It’s an injustice to walk through your life with a heavy heart.

If you’ve never used Zoom before, it’s super easy! You can log on from your computer or smart phone. You don’t have to join Zoom to join a meeting, but you may have to download a bit of software or an app.

To join the meeting, just click on this link: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/571942075

Try clicking on it sometime before full moon (like now, even), to make sure you’re up and running with Zoom. You should get a message that says “waiting for host to start meeting”.

If you have any technical problems let me know before Tuesday.  Looking forward to seeing you all on our first ever remote gathering.

Best wishes,

Tamara Trejo

Divine Feminine

There was a time when I would have been accused of being a heretic for my work.  My truest calling is to resurrect the belief in Goddess.  Her many names, and miracles almost forgotten for two thousand years.  The “new” patriarchal belief of the divine, buried her legendary power for centuries. The ancient people got it right; when they observed the births of Spring and conceived the idea that it must be the work of Divine Mother Goddess.  Goddess is the fertile seed from which all new creation springs from. 

Long before the “Lord Father God” belief, humans understood God to be Mother. Have you ever witnessed a miracle? You have if you have ever held a new born baby, witnessed a plant sprout from dirt, or had your breath taken away by art.  Creation is a miracle. Be it a baby, art piece, invention, or a business, to create is divine. 

The concept of ONE supreme spirit is a lot to comprehend. Ancient people divided the “ALL” into comprehendible archetypes giving each a different name and power possession.  The belief of Lord Father God in heaven, separates women from the divine by gender and place.  Ladies, I am telling you that God is Goddess inasmuch as your vagina is as vital as man’s penis.   She is not a holy ghost, that lives in heaven, she is you. She is that part of you that goes out into the world and makes a living.  That part of you that relishes the cool river water and soft grass below your bare feet.  That part of you that creates beauty. That part of you that plants hard dormant seeds knowing that beautiful new life will spring fourth.  That all knowing intuitive part that leads you to circles of women.  Have you ever felt serious and anxious and suddenly broke into laughter? That’s your Goddess self reeling you back into balance.  You are Goddess inasmuch as I am Goddess.  There is only one Divine.  We are all Divine, creating & dormant, loving & fighting, thriving & struggling simultaneously, we are One… Every living being is connected by an invisible thread vibrating at high, medium and low frequencies tethered together as ONE. We are feminine and masculine, Goddess and God, human and divine, separated only by domination.  

Below are some images from our Full Moon Ceremony that was dedicated to Ostara Celtic Goddess of Spring.

We have three Spring Equinox Events coming up, visit EVENTS PAGE for details.  Hope you can join us.

 

Sincerely,

Tamara Trejo