“That time … I was born or reborn” – Red Tent July 24.

Female 360° cycle, motherhood, fertility, menopause, Group Pathways

Birth and Re-birth: how many times in our lives as women have we gone through them?

Women are born from their mothers’ wombs …and cyclically reborn to new life …drawing energy, life force, motivation, passion, and desire to do so each from their own wombs

Women’s ability to renew themselves is what enables them to live multiple lives in this earthly experience, to explore and experience different aspects of themselves-how rich!

I have long wanted to bring Red Tent into the wild, and when I thought of the theme of birth/rebirth, the element of water came forward as the most suitable one to host this July meeting.

In the beautiful setting of Camogli, “straddling” comfortable sup boards we will move away from the noise of the coast by going a few meters offshore to enjoy a marine space of our own, shape our own circle and dive into the water (if we feel the desire) and renew ourselves with the energy of the New Moon.

More I cannot tell you … because as always I prepare the container but then you bring the content with your stories, your reflections, your insights

See you on Monday, July 24 at 8 p.m. at the beach under the church in Camogli.

registration no later than Saturday 22

Contribution for the evening: 30 euros

For all logistical info and reservations : info@francescadalessandro.net – 338.2993549


Written By Alexandra Francesca D'Alessandro

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