I so look forward to taking you inside Dance: The Sacred Art to share hidden keys to becoming peaceful, finding purpose, healing, honoring visions and voices, and finding community that honors the hidden monastery of Love and Creativity.
- You get a practice each week in a blog post.
- Mondays at 5pm dancers enter a live online meeting to practice, receive body wisdom support to track your ruby way! (You can enter and exit this practice any time during the year.)
- Enter a private Facebook Page to reflect and share.
- Most importantly get connected with people who share “This Way” No need to keep dancing in the wilderness!
The first two meetings Monday 5pm pst Jan 12 and 19 are free! See if you’d like to try it. After that a month of class costs 45.00, 11 dollars per class, an amazing, easy, affordable way to strengthen your spiritual path! I’ll also offer access to the Hidden Monastery Private Facebook Group where prayers and players connect.
Link here for details-
The Story of Naming the Ruby Way.
My husband Stephen and I were at a favorite restaurant for our 34th anniversary. After giving me a fun card, out of nowhere he slipped me a wee box, not wrapped. Happy Anniversary! We’d been married 5 rounds of 7, each cycle just long enough to get fed up with something about us. Fortunately, as we also maintain lots of desire to be together we’d rededicated our marriage the year before, choosing to say words we were scared to say int the beginning, “Til death do us part.”
I opened the box and in it was a ruby that Stephen set into a necklace. It had no chain. (love that) I had no idea or desire for a ruby or any gift of this nature. It came out of the blue as a sign of his love. Later that night we bought a silver chain. Today I wear it.
When I researched the ruby this struck me
A powerful symbol of the sun, Ruby is believed to contain the bloodline of humanity. Its glowing radiance suggests an inextinguishable flame within the stone that cannot be hidden, as it would shine through clothing or any material wrapped around the gem. An exaggerated Eastern legend says according to the Talmud, Abraham, when keeping his numerous wives held in an iron city, in order to give them light, set a bowl of Rubies in its midst which filled all the air with luster. [Mella, 103][Kunz, 101][Fernie, 139, 142]
and Throughout history Rubies have been considered perfect wedding stones. Their association with love, marriage, balance and royalty has held fast throughout time. Ancient Egyptians honored Ruby for beauty and love, protection and good fortune, and Eastern cultures considered Ruby a spiritual stone representing the beauty of the soul.
Today I allow this elemental to work on my behalf. As my new favorite saying goes MORE SHALL BE REVEALED!
Read here to learn more about the Ruby Way Course. If you are interested email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org