Tlazocamatli (thank you) for sitting with us in our next half moon ceremony. We will be welcoming The Autumn with our shimmering hearts and with Great Spirit. It is a beautiful time to sit around the fire to pray, transform, transmute.
You can arrive at any time after 11am but not later than 8pm (emergency latest arrival 9pm). We will start at 10pm. Ceremony closes at around 6am (sunrise) Saturday.
No one should leave the location before 12 noon please. It is for your own safety.
Temazcal will start at around 1pm it will last around 2 to 3hrs. Inside you can wear shorts/tshirt/sarong or dress or a skirt. You will need a towel, warm clothes and a warm hat for afterwards. It is also nice to share some food or fruit afterwards.
Location: Barkley Farm Lambourne RM4 1NH.
*UNDER NOT CIRCUMSTANCES BLOCK THE WAY OUT OF THE FARM WITH YOU CAR*
Dogs are not allow in the farm
You can also park in the pub/restaurant just a few meters passed the Farm. This location can also be found in Google as Barkley Farm Project. Please arrange your journey before hand, as I will be very busy to answer the phone on the day. The nearest station is Hainault station on the central line. You can take a cab or Uber from the station, it costs around £6. If you are driving and wish to share your car please let me know to try to arrange lifts.
People staying for the two nights can bring their tents if you want to sleep during the day. Normally we sleep inside tipi but of course the tipi is not the quietest place to sleep.
We will have a communal soup (light food) please bring something (vegetables) to add to the pot ;-) you can also bring your own food if you wish and fruits to share during the day.
Ceremony will be run in the traditional way of the Native America. You will be sitting up all night, so bring a comfortable cushion to sit on. We suggest you dress with light colors and for women to wear a skirt. Bring warm clothes.
Bring instruments and songs to share music in the circle. When we sing we connect to the creator to our mother earth and the elements. We do not expect you to be professional singers or musicians. Music around this fire circle is about the heart ;-) so no worry, people often find their voices around these circles.
Please bring the rest of the contribution in cash on the day and some extra cash if you want to buy beadwork necklaces and wristbands from indigenous communities in Colombia and Mexico.
Wet wipes are banned due to people leaving them used around the farm and also clogging and flooding the toilets. There is a sink you are welcome to have a wash using soap and own small towel. You are responsible for removing your own rubbish at the end.
The farm is a sacred space and is used to run projects for vulnerable people.
· Don’t drive minicabs in
· No recreational drugs at least 1 week before
· Look after your sacred energy