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Jan 2020: Circle Round Presents Energetic Hygiene: Post-holiday scrub
January 16 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pmDonations
Energetic Hygiene: Post-holiday scrub, release, and protect!
Perhaps at no other time of the year are we more vulnerable to depleted and residual energies of others more than during and right after the holidays. Bombarded with more people, pressures, food and drink, and family than at any other time of the year, many of us are left feeling exhausted and off-center. People that are highly sensitive to energy can often feel this way on a regular basis without proper training on managing their own energy as well as interacting with the energies of other people, places, and even things such as electronics, foods, and different environments and spaces. Learning to cleanse our energy fields as well as protect from energy residues which may harm us is critical to maintaining physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health. This discussion will focus on ways to clean up one’s personal energy field as well as keep it clean no matter what may be happening around us or with whom we are interacting. Topics will include energy vampires, aura cleansing, unhooking energy-zapping cords, sources of high vibration energy for energy field restoration, cleansing one’s environment, and protecting one’s home and self from energy “sludge and smudge” when interacting with others.
Kore Chthonia is a psychic and a witch, working towards her third degree with Lady Rhiannon of Serpentstone. She has studied Traditional African Religion with Malidoma Some with whom she received her Dagura name. Kore has also studied directly and initiated with Christopher Penczac and is a member of the Temple of Witchcraft. In addition to being a devotee of Hecate, Kore also works with her aboriginal ancestors, utilizing their guidance for divination, protection work, and for psychic information and healing.
Circle Round is presented the 3rd Thursday of each month at Asheville Raven and Crone. Cash Donations are accepted for room use and fell free to donate non-perishable food items or women’s sanitary products for the stores donation boxes.