Our Relationship with Weather, The Deeper Roots of Climate Change January 22, 2020
Are you concerned about the weather? Would you like to make a difference?
Please join me for a talk around the fire to learn about…
Our Relationship with Weather, The Deeper Roots of Climate Change
Nature is speaking to us in many strong ways: drought, fires, floods, trying to get our attention. How did we get here? How do we find our way back to a healthy relationship with the sacred waters that fall from the sky?
Join us to learn about the time-honored and traditional relationships between humans and the weather spirits and how we can once again develop our relationship with these living expressions of Nature.
There’ll be time to share and ask questions.
We’ll spend the evening outside around the fire (rain or shine). Tea and chocolate will be provided at the start and we’ll close our time together with a desert potluck.
When: Saturday, April 11th 7:00-9:00 pm.
Where: Private home on the Westside of Santa Cruz, I’ll send you the address when you RSVP
Cost: No charge~Donations are gratefully welcome
What to bring: Dessert potluck dish and whatever you need to be comfortable sitting outside by the fire.
RSVP by contacting Megan at: 831-588-5424 or email by clicking here.
Space is limited to 15 people, please RSVP to reserve your seat.
Please invite your friends!
Megan Montero is a Granicera, also called a Quiatlzques in the Nahua weather tradition of south-central Mexico. She was initiated into this tradition in 2007, in Nepopualco, Mexico by Don David Wiley, the successor to the late Don Lucio Campos Elizalde. Megan offers community weather ceremonies in Santa Cruz and in Santa Monica, California to help reestablish a reciprocal relationship between humans and the weather spirits.