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Harvesting Food; Raising Consciousness

Posted 10/14/2017 7:30pm by Sally Voris .

  

"Assume you have enough. Assume that everything you need will be provided..."    Those words came to me from the spirit of my father and his mother one day as I  worked on the old farmhouse.    

These words came back to me this morning. I have listened to news of the Calfornia wildfires, the hurricane damage in Puerto Rico and the Presidential executive orders. I have also heard advertisements for one product after another, all addressed toward filling a need for something we lack.

The farm has taught me to raise my consciousness, as I raise food. Imagine beauty, bounty and balance--and watch it unfold. Imagine the fertile land that America is. Reconnect with that essential truth.  

This morning, a family of eight came to help in the garden. We dug sweet potatoes, picked green beans, tomatillos, turnips, lettuce, mustard, arugula, pumpkins and squash. We will eat great, fresh food this week. 

There are more sweets to dig--this Tuesday all day and Thursday evening are the best times to dig them for storing over the winter. Come enjoy the garden and take home some great food!   

In addition to food, we are offering other ways to raise consciousness:                                                                                    

AN INTRODUCTION TO EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques)  

Monday, October 16, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.at the Retreat House, 4234 Ruggles Road.

Vickii Engel Thomas, MS, LMT, has been a practicing massage therapist since 1987, specializing in the relationship between mind and body.  She suggests reading this link https://www.thetappingsolution.com/ where there are "a ton of wonderful videos and images" to educate and inspire  Cost $25.00. Register here. Download a flyer here

We need a minimum of six people to sign up by Sunday, October 15 at 9:00 p.m. to hold this workshop! 

 GLOBAL SISTERHOOD GATHERING

Thursday, October 19, 7:00 -9:00 p.m. at the Retreat House, 4234 Ruggles Road, Taneytown, MD 

  

Marie Monn will lead our program which will include an introduction to mindfulness. The event will be held at the Retreat House. It is free and we will collect money to donate to women refugees. Register here.

DRUM CIRCLE TO HONOR THE ANCESTORS With Jaqui MacMillan, November 4, 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the barn at the farm. 

 

From 6:00 to 7:30 p.m., we invite you to join Farm Circle members in decorating the temporary community altar in the barn. Please feel free to bring items (i.e. photos, flowers, or food) to honor a loved one. We will host a pot-luck meal for farm circle members (it is easy to join!). 

At 7:30 pm, Jaqui MacMillan, of Drum for Joy,  will again lead a drum circle to honor the ancestors. Jaqui discovered her passion for drumming in the early 1980's and have been teaching private lessons, leading workshops and drum circles throughout the U.S. for over 20 years. Bring a drum if you have one. We will have extra instruments.  Cost: $10/adult; $8/child; $25/family. Register hereDownload a flyer here. (Children 12 and over are welcome.)

As the events seem to spin out of control in our world, may we find comfort and support working with each other.   

Warmly,

Sally

 

    TANEYTOWN, MARYLAND                                                                                                    WWW.WHITEROSEFARM.COM

 

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