A Coros event at beautiful Frey Vineyards
Our work in Nature embeds us into a sea of rhythmic time and space relationships that either support or hinder the outcomes of our activities. It is very useful to those who work with natural forces to understand the shifting potentials in this time/space web of forces. The biological patterns of growth and decay in plants find their sources in the intricate rhythms of the Sun and Moon. Please join in exploring the solar and lunar time/space weavings.
Topics will include: the solar year of the rhythms of declination; the lunar month as an image of the solar year; the contrasting forces of the star moon and the moon of the phases; cycles of growth and decay during the growing season; alchemical operations by the moon important for composting, transplanting, and sowing.