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Map of Drummoyne, NSW
Thornley St, Drummoyne, NSW, 2047, Australia
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Thursday, 13 Oct 2016
7pm - 9pm
0431 996 480


FULL MOON in Aries
Friday 14 October
7pm - 9pm

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“In the presence of Chiron we encounter the issue of healing. When retrograde, Chiron asks what it means to us, what we foresee when we contemplate personal healing and how we view those aspects of our self we consider in need of ‘repair’. It encourages reflection on the standards we set when it comes to the notion of becoming ‘whole’. There can sometimes be a subtle (or at times not so subtle!) judgement placed upon physical, emotional and mental dis-ease. Opinions about the cause of disease, what it says about the individual and the part they’ve played in their own health (or lack of it) can be under-pinned by an inference that if you’re suffering in some way it’s because you’re not really up to scratch, not ‘spiritual enough’ to be well, not taking full responsibility for your own well-being: your thoughts are wrong, your beliefs are skewed, you’re not living in the right paradigm.....”
In myth Chiron healed others but was unable to heal himself. In this aspect of his story we are reminded that our goal is not to achieve a ‘whole’ that equates with ‘better’, but to be whole-heartedly what we are, wounds and all, and still offer ourselves up to the greater good knowing we each have a role to play. Objective perfection is not a requirement to fulfil our potential as sparks of the creative god-force. We are what and who we are, hobbling along or running gazelle-like to the finish line, emotionally wrought or at peace, intimate with our inner selves or living life on a surface we seem unable to penetrate no matter how hard we try....... When retrograde, Chiron invites each and every one of us into its healing embrace, not to be made perfect but to be reacquainted with our imperfect selves, knowing them as whole even as they lay broken before us. It reminds us that humility can be a door to grace, that in the divine eye all things are perfectly as they need to be, no matter how much we may judge them (and ourselves) as wanting. To be whole is simply to be who we are, no matter what shape we take. Thus we fulfil our purpose and find our place amidst all the other ‘imperfect’ beings with whom we share the world, each of us uniquely flawed and beautifully formed to respond to the divine call as best we can.” - Copyright 2016 by Sarah Varcas www.astro-awakenings.co.uk


Cost: $44
Yogatopia 9/50 Victoria Road Drummoyne (Enter via Thornley St) www.yogatopia.com.au
For more info and bookings: Harsukh: harsukhlovepeace@gmail.com or 0431 996 480

Please note: There will be no Full Moon Meditation in November due to Harsukh will be away (and the final full moon meditation for 2016 will be hosted on Friday Dec 16) when she returns