Women’s Circle Newsletter

P.O. Box 110998  Aurora, CO. 80042

Reaching out each month in joy and
sisterhood to keep us connected as we circle together as women



Heart Ray Woman

Andrea Lord
President, Alpha Institute
Women’s Circle Facilitator
Reiki Practitioner

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Rachel Lord RN, CMT, MH
Women’s Circle Facilitator
Master Herbalist


December 2012

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We at the Women's Circle would like to wish everyone
A Peaceful & Joyous Solstice



  • Solstice is a time for reflecting that all life on earth is cyclical.
  • It is another opportunity to give your prayer and meditation life a regular cycle of its own.
  • By taking time to regularly reflect, meditate, and seek guidance from the quiet within, we can work out many of the problems we face in the active part of our day.(1)

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    Personal peace, one by one,
    Grows into
    A peaceful world home for everyone.

    Personal peace retained
    Planetary peace more easily gained.

    Stonehenge Star Arc Winter Solstice


    See the gray skies overhead, preparing the way
    for the darkness soon to come.
    See the gray skies overhead, preparing the way,
    for the world to go cold and lifeless.
    See the gray skies overhead, preparing the way
    for the longest night of the year.
    See the gray skies overhead, preparing the way
    for the sun to one day return,
    bringing with it light.


The Crone-the Sun God Guardian:

My children, there are many kinds of darkness - the darkness of death and suffering, of hatred and war, of bloodshed. The darkness of fear and despair, the darkness of cruelty and injustice. The darkness of sorrow and loss.
Yet, all these, as great and terrible as they are, are held within another and far greater darkness. The darkness which preceded all. The darkness from which all creation surges forth. This is the pregnant darkness - the womb darkness - the darkness of the Great Mother, She who is the Source of Creation.

Use this time to go within to see what you would like to change or leave behind and bring these things into the light, reflect on them and watch them transform from dark to light.

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Could use this prayer before your feast, around the hearth, before any of the above ceremonies.)

From the most ancient times this night is recognized as the darkest time of the year.
To remember, we begin this circle in darkness, for without the darkness we could not see the light.
In early times this darkness brought fear and despair, and those who dwelt upon the earth felt great isolation.
At last, through the years, a few people learned to put aside their fear.
People began to trust each other and help each other through the night.
All of us grew stronger – those who took the help and those who gave it.
And gradually,  this became a time of joy for the fullness of life.
A time for thanksgiving for the light we share.
We share the light of our Center Heath which glows brightly with warmth.
From you I receive, to you I give, together we share, from this light we live.
Tonight, we let our light shine so that this circle becomes a beacon of light and love.
With the speed of light, our circle joins circles of light around the world and throughout the universe.
We are part of one another.
One Family, One Community, One World.
And so tonight, we meet here to thank those who have helped and to REMEMBER.
Even the greatest darkness is nothing so long as we share the light

Check out our Newsletters from 2009 & 2008 below for facts, fiction & fantasy about Solstice

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Sunday January 16 , 2011
1 pm - 4:30 pm $20

Connect With Other Wise Women

Join In Ceremony with Drums and Rattles!

  • Safety & protection are a necessary part of our survival and well being.
  • We will journey within & without to create safety in our lives.
  • Learn how to secure boundaries without closing off to the world.
  • We will leave with ideas & ritual to help put up our seals.
  • The circle has been a natural way for women to gather since the beginning.
    Let's continue that tradition & spread the sisterhood.
  • BRING:A drum and a rattle and a BROOM! If not we have extras.


Andrea Lord, Women’s Circle Facilitator, Reiki Practitioner
Rachel Lord, RN, CMT, Master Herbalist

Held At:
Old Hampden Holistic Center
3501 S. Corona St., #1
Englewood, CO 80113

To Sign Up:
A Women’s Circle at 720-530-2834



There will be Women’s Activities and Circles throughout the year.  Stay posted.
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