Sunday, January 26th, 2020 4-6pm
SWEET AND RESILIENT UNDER THE AQUARIAN MOON
As we embrace winter’s gifts of slowing down, it’s a beautiful time to nourish ourselves and gather energy for the next cycle. Led by a queer DiaspoRican, we will circle up to make herbal milky infusions and create oxymels, an ancient honey and vinegar plant medicine that will support our immune system.
Under the remnant new moon in Aquarius and waxing crescent energies, we will:
- set intentions for the next cycle in our lives
- make medicine that calls in sweetness, nourishment, protection & resilience
- learn about
plants that support and help us to ground during times of wind and cold
$15-25 includes materials. RSVP via venmo or paypal: @florymachete or firstname.lastname@example.org
Myrna is a queer, mixed race Boricua (brown and white heritage Boricuas) herbalist, educator and cultural organizer. She grew up eating mangos and being doused in Agua Florida. She was born in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico, grew up in central Florida, and lived for about 10 years in Flatbush, Brooklyn. Her abuelxs inspired her to connect to Spirit and heali
ng by growing gandules, raising chickens, making dream-based predictions, and singing spontaneous songs. Her parents and ancestors on both sides of her family, for at least 5 generations, are from (Borikén) Puerto Rico: Arecibo, Manati, Morovis, Lares, Mayagüez, and Ponce. They were espiritistas/plant-led spiritual mediums, Santería/Ifá practitioners and community nurses. Since 2012, Myrna has been returning to Borikén to heal, learn from the land, connect with her people and provide medicine. Myrna honors her ancestors' practices in all of her medicine.
Learn more about Myrna and her medicina at florymachete.com