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Sat, 19 Nov



Sheela Na Gig Celebration Day in Oxford

This Samhain season, join Goddess in Oxford for a full day celebration event focused on a much loved figure in our city, Sheela-na-Gig. Sheela... She who stands at the gateway between inner and outer, empowerer of all those who are keepers of the sacred body portal between life and death.

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Sheela Na Gig Celebration Day in Oxford
Sheela Na Gig Celebration Day in Oxford

Time & Location

19 Nov 2022, 10:00 – 16:00

Summertown, Diamond Pl, Summertown, Oxford OX2 7DP, UK

About the Event

Goddess in Oxford is excited to offer our community another full day Goddess celebration event this Samhain season, honouring Sheela-Na-Gig with  full visibility, wildness, and intensity.  We are connecting to the  Glastonbury Goddess Temple's celebrations of Sheela this year, with  wonderful collaborations by ceremonialists from the Temple and from the  Path of Love Mystery School.  Join us for Sheela  empowerment and ceremony with workshops, drum circle, a pop-up  exhibition of Sheela art, and a pop-up Temple celebrating Sheela in Her  power and potential. The day will include opportunities to meet  like-minded people and to connect more deeply with Sheela and Goddess  within and in our city and land through sound, song, rhythm, meditation,  creativity, and presentations. The day will run from 10.00 am to 4 pm  at North Oxford Association Community Centre (Diamond Place). This  event is being offered with love for our community and tremendous  thanks to our presenters on a £5 donation basis to help cover costs of  the venue. We advise advance booking to avoid disappointment, but at  this time drop in visits on the day should also be possible. The full  day's programme will be published here once finalised and emailed to all  who register. This event is open to everyone who loves Sheela,  and we welcome people who connect with this archetype from Queer, Trans,  and Non-binary perspectives - we feel all of these different  perspectives are different faces of the Divine Jewel. We invite you to wear black, deepest purple, red, and/or pink, or anything Sheela inspired! Please bring: *Food for lunch *Notebook / journal and pen *An open heart and mind *You  are welcome to bring your own rattle or frame drum if you have one, as  there will be opportunities to use it during ceremony and workshops. Among  its themes, this event explores the mysteries and initiations of sacred  sexuality and is not going to be appropriate for children who have not  yet reached puberty. North Oxford Association Community Centre  (Diamond Place), is located in Summertown, North Oxford, next to Ferry  Leisure Centre, within two Oxford City Council car parks. Access on foot  is either via Diamond Place through the car park off the Banbury Road,  or through the rear car park at the end of Ferry Pool Road. In the rear  car park, look for a modern, single story, hexagonal shaped building  beside a grassed area. For directions on how to reach the venue, please  see:

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