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New Moon Healing Circle for Women of the African Diaspora

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8730 Georgia Ave

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Silver Spring, MD 20910

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Join a monthly circle of Black Women in the pursuit of becoming more using art as a healing tool and intention as a process.

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Join a monthly circle of Black Women in the pursuit of becoming more, using art as a healing tool and intention as a process.

A year ends. A year begins. And with new beginnings, we invite you to join us at a monthly New Moon Healing Circle for Women of the African Diaspora.

Hosted by Tammy Sibert and Chandra Davis, The New Moon Healing Circle will gather monthly on Monday evening of the new moon. For 5 consecutive months we will consecrate our intentions and heal through art making.

Why a New Moon? A New Moon marks the beginning of a new cycle, a fresh start in it’s cycle of waxing and waning. During this time the Moon is an empty vessel, receptive and full of potential. This is an optimum time to plant seeds of intention for what you desire to manifest in your life.

During each New Moon Healing Circle we will:

- Practice creating sustainable new intentions each new moon cycle;

- Reconnect to our Sacred self through rituals and discussion;

- Find our inner Creatrix through creative art making.

All you will need is to bring your whole self and be ready to commune with other Black Women who are on their own path through life.

Circle dates are: Jan. 14th, Feb. 4th, March 4th, April 8th and May 6th.

This circle is open to 12 women, committed to their process.

To participate, it is essential to respond to:

Tammy Sibert – ibeginwithinme@gmail.com or

Chandra Davis – Chandra@mindbodyarttherapyllc.com

Cost per circle: $35

Payable Via PayPal: Chandra@mindbodyarttherapyllc.com or Eventbrite.

A light fare of food and beverage will be provided.

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