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|Date||Tuesday November 28|
|Time||7:30 PM - 10:30 PM|
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|Location upon RSVP, Lafayette, CA|
|Leilani [at] DaughtersoftheGoddess.com|
Please join our celebration with one of the Hawaiian Goddesses-Laka. She is the Goddess of Hula, Love, and the Forest. Hula is a form of prayer in motion and we will be moving and dancing. If you would like to offer a dance as a prayer or an offering for this ceremony please let me know. There is no separation between those who dance/move and those who don't. We are all poetry in motion so please join this celebration as an honoring of self, the body and the Earth.
Celebrate Laka, Goddess of Hula
Tuesday, November 28, 7:30 p.m.
(note date change from Nov. 30)
come early at 6:30 for a viewing of the movie
Queen Liliuokalani: Hawaii's Last Reigning Monarch
Lafayette, locale-Directions upon RSVP
$30 newcomers/$40 on time or see
website for exchange rates/discounts:
Daughters of the Goddess
Please bring two small or one large bouquet of flowers for Haku Lei making. Bring a sarong, pareo or cloth wrap. Please also bring a candle that is any color of the rainbow. Dress in Aloha wear and bring your favorite Hawaiian CD's or music. If you play an instrument- especially guitar or ukelele please bring your instrument and plan to offer a mele/song to Laka. If you have any sacred water from Hawai'i, please bring it to use/offer in the ritual.
We will be celebrating what we are thankful for in our lives and what we love about ourselves and our lives.
Daughters of the Goddess is a Dianic, womyn-only Goddess Temple dedicated in the Spirit of Aloha to the preservation and perpetuation of Goddess culture, public ceremony, ritual, and Womyn's Mysteries.