Today is a full moon eclipse. It is said that the energies of a lunar eclipse reveal something. When I teach others I feel like I’m helping uncover something, as if the curtain to the theatre of the natural world has been lifted and we are all participating in an amazing show. Not only do we get to watch the show, but we get to feel it and smell it and taste it.
Thanks to a fun group of people today. We called in all the local Red Rock birds with our acorn cap whistles, talked about a lot of plants, and shared a meal of chickweed/arugula/oxalis salad topped with a choice of 2 juniper berry salad dressings, miso soup with curly dock greens, flaxseed crackers, local cheeses, and some Toyon berry fruit leather.