Upcoming Events at the Temple in March, 2017

Please join us for these upcoming events:

Week of  March 5 through 11:  Spring Clean Up at the Temple
Can you rake up a bag or leaves?  Walk the grounds and pick up trash? Paint?
If you can, please contact Candace at 702-569-0630 to let me know when.
I will be here and have all necessary tools ready.
Thank you SO much!

Sunday, March 12: – Full Moon Ritual and Silent Auction as well as many small items for sale.
Potluck at 7:00 pm in the pavilion (weather permitting), and ritual in the Temple at 8:00 pm  Open to all!

Monday, March 20:  Community Ostara Celebration
Potluck at 7 :00 pm in the pavilion (weather permitting),  followed by ritual in the Temple at 8:00 pm    Open to all!

Monday, March 27:  Women’s New Moon Circle
Potluck in the pavilion (weather permitting), followed by ritual in the Temple at 8:00 pm.  Women Only

We are having to repair or replace all 4 swamp coolers on  the Guest House and Priestess house this Spring.
Monetary donations for this project are needed, and can be easily made by utilizing the paypal button on this webpage, or by sending a check, payable to:  Temple of Goddess Spirituality, dedicated to Sekhmet  mailed to:  P.O. Box 813, Indian Springs, Nevada 89018

Your donations are tax deductible.

Thank you so very much.
Bright and bountiful blessings,
Priestess Candace Ross

February 2017 Events at the Temple

Reminder:  Please mark your calendars for these upcoming events:

Thursday, February 2:  Community Imbolc Celebration (Open to All)
Friday, February 10:  Community Full Moon Celebration (Open to All)
Sunday, February 26:  Women’s New Moon Circle (Women Only)

Except where noted, all events start with a potluck in the pavilion at 7:00,
followed by ritual in the Temple at 8:00 pm.

January, 2017 Events at the Temple

Reminder: The following events are happening this month at the Sekhmet Temple.

Thursday, January 12: Community Full Moon Celebration (Open to All)
Potluck in the Pavilion at 7:00 pm and ritual in the Temple at 8:00 pm.

Friday, January 27: New Moon Women’s Circle (Women Only)
Potluck in the Guest House at 7:00 pm, followed by a class, activity or ceremony at 8:00 pm (TBA).

Sekhmet’s Sacred Annointing Oil

This special anointing oil was Blended and Blessed in Her Nevada temple as the Super Moon was rising on November 14, 2016.  The oil was then taken to the center of the Labyrinth and placed between the Goddess’s hands to charge beneath the energizing rays of this once-in-a-lifetime Super Moon.  The oil can be used for anointing during your special ceremonies or rituals.  It can be diffused for aromatherapy or to strengthen your bond to Sekhmet or Her temple.  Close your eyes, breathe deeply, and allow the subtle aromas to transport you to Her temple at Cactus Springs, or perhaps all the way to Egypt.  This anointing oil uses a base of extra virgin olive oil and a special Sekhmet-inspired blend of essential oils to create a unique spiritual experience.

Oils to Connect with Sekhmet:

Bergamot – dispels fear; uplifting; antidepressant
Cedar – strengthening; stimulant; connects to the ancient world
Cypress – opening; improves spiritual communication
Frankincense – purification; meditative; connects to ancient world
Sage – purification; enhances memory and concentration

Elemental Oils:

EARTH: Silver Fir Needle – uplifting; stimulation; motivation
WATER: Lavender – psychic awareness; healing; spirituality; relaxation for meditation
AIR: Lemon – renewing; inspiring; motivation
FIRE: Cinnamon – strength; protection; sexual energy

It will be many years before the moon is this close to the Earth again.  We only have a limited supply of this powerful, Lunar-enhanced oil available.  When it is gone, it is gone forever.  It is only available at the Temple of Goddess Spirituality Dedicated to Sekhmet.  We have packaged this oil in a unique red one-ounce bottle.  It is available for $5 per ounce.  Shipping and handling is an additional $2 if you cannot pick it up at the temple.  All proceeds benefit the Temple of Goddess Spirituality Dedicated to Sekhmet.

December 2016 Events at the Temple

Blessings of the Season!

Please join us for these upcoming December events:

Tuesday, December 13: Full Moon Celebration (Open to All)
Potluck in the Pavilion at 7:00 pm,followed by ritual in the T
emple at 8:00 pm.
There will be a Silent Auction fund raiser from 7:00 to 7:45, with the winning bids being announced before we head over to the Temple.

Dress warmly! It is cold and we will be outdoors from about 7:00 til 9:00 pm.
(There will be fires in both the Temple and Pavilion fire pits, of course!)

Wednesday, December 21 – Community Yule Celebration (Open to All)
Potluck in the Pavilion at 7:00 pm, followed by ritual in the Temple at 8:00 pm.

Reminder: Dress warmly! It is cold and we will be outdoors from about 7:00 til 9:00 pm.
(There will again be fires in both the Temple and Pavilion fire pits)

Wednesday, December 28 – Women’s New Moon Circle (Women Only)
We will gather in the Guest House at 7:00 pm for potluck, followed by a surprise class. Details later in the month.

Peace, Love and Joy!

November 2016 Events at the Temple

 

Hello, Family:

We have two exciting events for you this month:


Monday, November 14 – Community Full Moon Celebration (Open to All)
Potluck in the Pavilion at 7:00 pm, followed by ritual in the Temple at 8:00 pm.  The ritual theme this month, to honor our activist friends, is: “The earth, the animals, the people cry out for Peace.”

 

 

Tuesday, November 29 - Women’s New Moon Circle (Women Only)
Potluck in the Guest House at 7:00 pm, followed by a Collage Mandala Class at 8:00 pm.  Watch our Facebook page for more details, closer to the date.

Bright and Bountiful Blessings to All!

 

 

October 2016 Events at the Temple

Hello Family!

We have an amazing October planned for you! Please mark your calendar for these upcoming events.

Saturday, October 15 – We have the honor of hosting Vegas Vortex’ Bone Dance again this year! Please see their site for details of this all night drumming circle extraordinaire!.

Sunday, October 16t – Full Moon Celebration – Potluck in the Pavilion at 7:00 pm, followed by ritual in the Temple at 8:00. (no silent auction- it will be at the Samhain event instead!)

This month’s ritual theme will focus on “essentials,” and we will honor the Goddess Ma’at.

Monday, October 31 – Two  Samhain rituals!

Silent Auction from 7:00 pm til 7:45 in the Pavilion (a wonderful and fun way to support the Temple!)

1st Ritual – We will gather in the Pavilion at 7:00 pm (food blessings at 7:05) for a special potluck honoring our ancestors. Please bring a favorite dish of someone who has passed, and whom you wish to honor. We will go around the group asking anyone who wants to share a few words about the dish and the person it honors.

There will be an ancestor altar set up in front of the beautiful Sekhmet mural in the social area. (Weather permitting, there will be a fire in the social area as well.)  Please bring a photo or other memento to place on the altar (remembering to reclaim it at the end of the evening).

We will walk to the first bridge nearest the Pavilion , be smudged, and learn a simple chant.  We will sing it as we proceed to the Ancestor Altar and light a candle, before entering the Temple for the evening’s first ritual, Honoring our Ancestors.

2nd Ritual will be at 11:30 pm and continue through midnight. In honor of third and last harvest, we will celebrate what we have completed and now need to leave behind, and what we want to bring into our lives. After that, we will explore Inanna’s Descent to the Underworld to visit Her sister, Ereshkigal.

Looking forward to seeing you all soon!

Blessings,
Candace

Falls Projects and Needs at the Sekhmet Temple

Hello Family!

Do you feel Fall in the early morning air? Have a sudden craving for pumpkin bread or apple cider??? Yes, it’s that time of year! Now that things are “beginning” to cool off, we can start working out doors again.

Fall plans include starting a small orchard next to the Pavilion. I have the fencing, but need help setting it up, as well as the donation of some fruit and nut trees. Would like to start with an apricot, peach, almond and pistachio. 3 to 5 feet high would be best.

Also need to replace the refrigerator in the Guest House (quite old and making funny noises off and on!) and a few single bed mattresses.

We’ll be doing work on the mediation dome, so can use labor and donations of bags of cement.

If you have monetary donations, donations of labor or can donate any of the needed materials listed above, please call me at 702-569-0630 or e-mail me at worldpeacevolunteer@yahoo.com.

Thank you SO much for supporting your Temple!

Bright blessings,
Candace

July 2016 Event at the Temple

Our Next Event: Tuesday, July 19 – Full Moon Celebration (Open to All) We will gather in the Pavilion at 7:00 pm for potluck (please bring a healthy dish to share).  As last month, we will again have a silent auction fund raiser for the Temple located in the pavilion from 7:00 to 7:45.  Opening bids will range from $5 to $15.  At 8:00 pm, we will gather in the Temple for the evening’s ritual.  See you there!

Temple of Hathor in Wisconsin

 

Several years ago, I met a man named Timothy Rosenbaum, who was here visiting the Temple of Sekhmet.  We’ve stayed in touch, discussing the many technical and spiritual challenges and joys of Priest/Priestess-hood.

Tim has built a stone circle Temple to Hathor singlehandedly on his property in Wisconsin.  I’d seen photos and made up my mind to visit Tim and his unique Temple the first chance I had.

In May, I put together a little “Spiritual Journey” road trip for myself, and Tim’s Temple was a “must see”.

He lives just outside of Richland Center. I spent the night there in a motel,  and Tim drove down to meet me the next morning.  I followed him to his place, as it is a bit tricky to find.

We walked up a forest path behind his home, green and lush with all kinds of plants and trees.  There were may apples along the way, which reminded me of my childhood growing up in Pennsylvania.

Suddenly, just ahead in a clearing, the structure came into view, illuminated in the morning light, and I could feel the magick.
What a wonderful place!

Tim showed me around, explaining how he comes every day and does ritual.  I’d brought an offering of potted flowers for Hathor’s Temple altar, but realized they would be quick food for the wild life (just as in the Temple here!) and told Tim he was welcome to move them to a better spot.

The energy of this special place is amazing.  Even more amazing to me, is that Tim has built this all by himself, using liquid stone (concrete) as he was instructed by the Goddess. Many pieces of the Temple had to be poured in place as the weight was too great for transport from his workshop to the Temple site.
After walking back down the path to his home, we commiserated on the difficulties of engaging the community to financially support facilities like this.  It is a question I hear posed often by spiritual people maintaining spiritual sites.  (If you have a suggestion, we would love to hear it!)
Anyone wishing to visit Tim Rosenbaum’s Temple can contact
him at: www.timrosen1@gmail.com

Bright blessings,
Candace