Season of Light Evening Retreat-Dec. 10
Breathe into deep relaxation and group healing
- 75 US dollars$75
- Zoom Retreat
Join Kathy on Saturday, Dec. 10, from 5:30-8:00 pm for a candlelit retreat. Settling into the mystery of this season, we will explore the invitation to rest and renew. This evening session includes an ancient breathwork practice designed to open the inner energy gates so Life Force can flow more freely. Through curiosity, breathwork, and group healing, we will explore how to fuse with Life itself as the days shorten. (Retreat takes place on Zoom. Size limited.) Photo Credit: NASA, ESA, CSA, STScI, JPL-Caltech This James Webb image shows a bright dot at the center of star-filled black space. The bright dot is actually two stars meeting, as their orbits bring them together. The stellar pair are surrounded by 17 rings of gas and dust that appear orangish pink, like the rings of a tree trunk. The rings have a slight rectangular shape and are very clear and defined starting at about 1 o’clock on a clock face. The rings start to break up a bit to our view traveling clockwise around the image. As you arrive at the 8 o’clock position, only parts of about six rings can be seen as they disappear from view. One of the stars in this pair is a very rare star called Wolf-Rayet. Stars like these help scientists and mystery lovers understand how our own solar system formed. This star pair is fascinating for a number of reasons, including it's the only pair known to produce such rings. The rings of dust arise from the relationship between the two stars - different ages, the elements they've shed, the compounds and conditions that create dust, their oval orbit, and what happens in the dance that brings them closer together every 7.93 years. Curious? Start here: https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/images/pia25432-dust-rings-in-the-wolf-rayet-140-system
Please notify me if you need to cancel or reschedule at least 24 hours before your session. Thanks!
Poolesville, MD, USA