RCGI Seasonal Salon - Winter Issue
The Winter issue of Seasonal Salon, the online publication of the Re-formed Congregation of the Goddess-International, is ready to warm your body and spirit with these articles, fiction, and poems:
In "I Don't Remember Our First Hello" Bellezza Squillace writes about coming to terms with the changes brought about by the realization that her mother is getting closer to death. Bellezza writes that "like her, Earth mother faces climate change" and other changes. She compares how adult children handle changes related to parents' aging with how organizations handle issues related to changes in Mother Earth.
"The Lady on the Throne," by Sid Reger discusses the myths surrounding the constellation Cassiopeia, questioning whether she has always been considered a minor constellation when compared, for example, to the Big and Little Dippers. Sid decodes the mythology about Cassiopeia, revealing how her star pattern is connected with ancient symbols.
"Sacred Self Care," by Laura Keefe (lu) has suggestions to help you to avoid winter "burn-out." She includes activities and rituals inspired by the Goddesses Isis, Mokosh, Gaia, and Amaterasu.
Nacy VanArsdall's fiction, "Threads I," is about two crone-age women who wonder if they're falling in love. . . to be continued (and I bet you'll be glad!)
This issue's poems are "Winter's Sleep" by MG; and "The Balance Between" and "the crest of a solstic eclipse" both by Boye-Ziji Salaam.