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Mabon Calling - News from the Muse & upcoming events

Mabon Calling - News from the Muse
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 Last week we celebrated Imbolc, halfway between Midwinter and the Spring Equinox. The good earth is warming up. Life is beginning to stir. Time to step forward into 2017....
 
This year sees a big leap for Cae Mabon. In October 2016 we ceremonially brought the Spirit of Mabon to Cae Mabon as part of a 30th birthday celebration. It was a powerful thing to do. Read on for the full story of the ceremony.

We are booked up three months earlier than usual and have a full cauldron of delights on offer. See below for details of forthcoming retreats.

We have a great crew in place, ready to guide the good ship Cae Mabon though wondrous waters. Discover more about the Cae Mabon clan. There is also an opportunity to join the team as a live-in volunteer between May and September to help support Cae Mabon during its high season. 

And - fanfare!!! - we have 'Mabon Calling', this newsletter, which will come to you at the time of the Celtic festivals over the Wheel of the Year.

So much gratitude for the spiritual support and creative nourishment the magical land of Cae Mabon gives to us and those who come to stay. Long may it continue!



Forthcoming events
Retreats; to raise your vibration, reconnect to yourself and nature; for gathering with Sisters of the Wild; to take part in dance based shamanic training; experiencing Neuro-Magica, where science and magic meet; for children to explore and play in nature; for women to work with myth medicine and tantric techniques....and much more. Read on...



What is Cae Mabon?
The realisation of one man's dream; a gathering place for groups; connecting body, soul, spirit and place. Eric's recently completed memoir ‘Not Even A Stick' follows the first part of the journey that led to establishing Cae Mabon as it is today. Click below to read an extract from the introduction, 'The Quest for Mabon'. Read on...



Final resting place

Barry was a past resident of Cae Mabon's community, a talented bow and didgeridoo maker. At the beginning of this year a burial and ceremony here at Cae Mabon gave him a good send off... Read on...

Upcoming courses and retreats include:

*March 4-6th: 'Raise your Vibration Retreat': 

Contact Lisa 07710233156 or Miranda 07776422164

*March 9-12th: Neuro-Magica Retreat with David Luke: 
https://www.facebook.com/events/1027279000710943/

*March 17-19th: Sisters of the Wild with Jayne Gallant: 
www.sistersofthewild.com/booknow/

*April 7-9th: Yoga and Walking with Sophie Holdstock:
more details to follow

*April 11-16th: Hollow Bone Middle Earth Medicine Ways (part 1 of 3) with Caroline Carey: http://www.alchemyinmovement.com/the-hollow-bone-medicine-
ways/creativitycauldronshamaniccourse/


*April 17-21st: Spring Work Party see events page http://www.caemabon.co.uk/#/events/4560323294

*April 17-21st: Pixi Camp: Contact Ros Daws 07717 076 360

*April 28-30th: Spark to the Flame - A Beltane Women's Retreat: https://www.facebook.com/events/398893923797411/

*May 4-7th: Return to Centre: Of Genies and Demons - A Tantra-Mythic Retreat for Women: https://www.facebook.com/events/1458729220813055www.returntocentre.co.uk


Copyright © 2017 Cae Mabon, All rights reserved.

Our mailing address is:
newsletter@caemabon.co.uk

Cae Mabon · Fachwen · Caernarfon, Gwynedd LL55 3HB · United Kingdom



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