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The mood was calm, relaxed, and reflective as seven MRC-ers gathered and asked for guidance from the full moon during this late autumn Reiki share. The evening began with a Reiki circle, where we came into our space together and set our intentions for the evening. We then broke into two groups and spent about an hour sharing Reiki by candlelight, accompanied by the ethereal sounds of Reiki Chants by Jonathan Goldman.
The Beaver Moon, also known as the Frosty Moon, is the first full moon in November and signals to us that it is time to prepare for the coming winter months. So, in gratitude, we took some time to fortify ourselves spiritually and emotionally for the short days and cold weather of wintertime in Chicago. And although we didn’t set any beaver traps (as is the Native American tradition during the November full moon), nor did we witness any beavers rebuilding their lodges and dams, we did have our first non-human MRC participant in the form of Noobs the Cat.
Thank you to all who attended; it was lovely to share with you. And if you couldn’t make it, stay tuned for details coming soon about an early December share!