O Moon August 2013 3D/4D

Some 3D/4D photos from tonight:

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We celebrate the O Moon (Full Moon) with drums with round skins. We bring our attention to circular movement with fire poi and fire staff. We are aware of cycles, seasons, spirals and rhythms. Time and space.

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Note: The full moon image is digitally enhanced for these images

Solstice Full Moon Weekend 2013

We are celebrating the Winter Solstice with a bonfire on the beach at heq s,uofujoyf on Saturday night. The bonfire is there to warm you up after the midwinter swim.

You are welcome to bring your own food, preferably raw vegan food.

Healers will be there including sound healers using didgeridoo and fujara.

It is the full moon on sunday night but we will be drumming on Saturday night around the fire.

Kau Kaka Ora may or may not be making an appearance.

Jesus Claus

Jesus Claus

b4 The classic image of Jesus as King
afte The classic image of him now. Age seems to have improved his mood. Or is it the rum?

Finally the season of mindless consumerism is closing. Christmas is now something that is in our face with pressure to buy something quickly or let the family down.¬† Let’s not forget that the christian church hijacked the celebration from a very important festival 4 days before: the Solstice.

In the north the winter solstice marks the beginning of the new year, winter has peaked and spring is on it’s way.

In the  south, the summer solstice is a marker to prepare for winter now. Make the most of swimming in the ocean, lakes and rivers. Be safe. Have a siesta at midday to avoid sunburn.

I’m not going to get into the hypocrisy of celebrating one day of the year. It’s just a trick shops use to make you buy things you don’t need. It is a good excuse to spend time with family. But why do you need an excuse.¬†Celebrate life and family every day.

Love and peace to you all.