Autumn returns to us bringing with it nourishing rains and cool breezes; crisp, star-filled nights; mugs of hot apple cider and roaring bonfires. It is the time of year to begin to "close down" things in our lives, to note the change of cycles and seasons leading us into the dark part of the year. Autumn brings its own unique magic and wonder to our lives, we only need to step outdoors to witness the splendor.
Celebrate the two new moons and a supermoon in October and manifest your wildest dreams. Honor the lives of your ancestors at Samhain. Plant your "idea bulbs" in the autumn soil and watch them rise up and grow strong in the spring. Cherish your blessings and give thanks. Find unique ways to express your gratitude and to help others.
Whatever path you wander down this autumn, may it be full of joy and blessings.
Cellina Rhiannon Whiteflame, Board President
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The Spiral Grove is committed to providing a safe landing place for people of all religious paths that harm none where they can practice their religion and be who they are without judgment and without shame. We can also help others find support and guidance if it's something we cannot offer ourselves. We honor and celebrate diversity. It's a large part of who we are as a community.
SPIRAL GROVE DIVERSITY STATEMENT: At each of our Open Celebrations, meetings, and events we make a commitment to honor the diversity of All Our Relations whereby any person who does no harm to others is welcome. At each of the open functions of the Grove there is an intention to create an atmosphere of acceptance of diversity by the facilitators. There is no discrimination based on race, age, sex, sexual orientation (e.g. whether gay, straight, or transgender), physical appearance, religion, class, or physical or mental disabilities. Tolerance is a lifelong study for many of us, so our community is always striving to learn new ways to grow in this positive and balanced direction.