Sacred Healing Fire, Summer Solstice and Aboriginal Day Celebrations
Opening Ceremony Sunday, June 18th, 2017, 7:00 a.m.
Closing Ceremony Wednesday, June 21st , 2017, starting at 7:00 p.m. and followed by feasting
EVERYONE IS WELCOME ANY TIME OF THE DAY OR NIGHT
Let us come together to honour our selves, our families,
our communities and our Sacred Mother Earth
The energy of the Sacred Healing Fire at Willowgreen Farm which began May 1999 was rekindled in September 2003 in a beautiful lodge at glamorum. This Sacred Healing Fire embraces all paths. Everyone is invited to share the teachings and ceremonies of the Sacred Healing Fire. Come and experience the healing power and beauty of this sacred land and water that are the container for this gift from Spirit.
Our intent for healing, peace and balance is strengthened by the power of the Sacred Healing Fire and by speaking and sharing our intent with others. Together we bring healing for our selves, others and Mother Earth.
The Opening Ceremony begins at 7:00 a.m. on Sunday the 18th with the lighting of the Fire. There will be a sunrise and sunset ceremony each day at 7:00am and 7:00 pm. The Solstice time is Wednesday, June 20th at 12:24 am. We will be drumming in the Solstice time together starting at midnight on Tuesday night together for the Solstice time of 12:24 am on Wednesday. We are acknowledge and celebrate Aboriginal Day Wednesday opening ceremony and during the Closing Ceremony at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday evening the 21st. There will be Feasting of the Sacred Fire when the Fire finishes burning between 8:30 and 9:00 pm. If you can, please bring food to share. All are welcome!
WHERE? On the land at glamorum, 633206 Highway 10 which is just north of Orangeville. From the south: 401 to 410, 410 onto Highway 10 / Hurontario (the last exit). Come north through Caledon Village, through Orangeville, north of the First Street exit off Hwy 10, across from a used car dealership signs on the west side of Hwy 10. Look for Look for 2 signs – the yellow sign for “glamorum” with a water lily below and the Collective Health Clinic above.
For more information, call Ila’s cell 519 216-3115
June 21 is National Aboriginal Day. Let us gather in ceremony to honour the First Nations people with whom we share this country and to honour the connections of all people with Mother Earth and Father Sky and all their Children.