Though my soul may set in darkness, it will rise in perfect light;
I have loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night.Sarah Williams
Feel like catching up for a cuppa, some comfort and company and a good chat?
Each fortnight I hold a free gathering online, which is also a lovely sharing, colouring and meditation session. You’re all invited to join us, and so are your children. It’s a way for us to connect, heart-to-heart, as intuitive and sensitive souls. It’s a way for me to tune you in to the energies of the weeks ahead, and to give you some tips and teachings for dealing with that, and for building both your metaphysical and self-care skills.
Each session deals with a theme, and there are lovely mindfulness colouring sheets to download too. Of course, if you’d rather bring your own art project you’re more than welcome. Scroll down and you’ll see some delightful examples of the creative projects people have worked on during our get-togethers. This is a session where we can connect, chat, share and be together – and right now that kind of connection is so important.
Our theme this week is ‘The Stars’. ⭐✨
We’ll be talking about the stars as an energetic and symbolic force in our lives, as well as looking at the energy of stars and meteors and how they affect us. I’ll share some tips on how to use starlight for healing, and we’ll do a guided meditation about your Guiding Star.
‘The Stars – Colour and Cuppa’ gathering will be at 10am Brisbane time on Tuesday 1 September (which may be August 31 where you live). To support people in other time zones we are scheduling these live events at various times throughout the year so you can find one that works for you. It’s completely free to join us, and we’ll be holding this gathering via Zoom. All of the details and the link will be in our Facebook Group, The Journeymakers, prior to the event.
If you’re not already a member you can join here:
I’m looking forward to our discussion and to sharing a lovely meditation with you.
I’ll be at our next session with a homemade ol’ school stovetop espresso latte (milk heated in saucepan and frothed with whisk!), and some great stories to share, ready to spend a delightful hour with you all.
I can’t wait to see you!
Love, hugs, and star-shiny goodness, Nicole xx
Let’s hear from our Journeymaker Community Members:
From Celia Veloz: Here is my daughter’s on the left and mine on the right. I am so happy I made it home on time to get on the zoom and share this time with my daughter. Thank you🌺
From Jeanie Tapp: Loved the Colour and Cuppa session tonight! My Cuppa was Aged Earl Grey. I chose to color this bright little faerie without fully realizing my intention until Nicole mentioned setting an intention. 😆 Thinking about it, I realized my intention is calling on the support of nature life and the elements to help me in the creation of my new garden. Supporting the best way to work with the location to redirect the rainwater from continuing to flood the crawl space under my house and where best to place new plantings 🌱 🧚♂️☔️✨🙏🏻☀️💖 Thanks Nicole, Sokli and y’all for a fun social evening 😊💖✨ xoxo
From Nicky Nicole Strickland: Confirmation of how much our bodies guide us in their/our care with food, light and environment choices along with just how much long term genetics come into play with this too. A very light filled sunny session. 😊
From Lynley Forgione: I loved last night’s talk. I stayed quiet as I could’ve talked for hours about the middle east and my soul’s desert home 🐪
So I listened and worked on some gift tags which themselves a gift.
Emma Harcourt: I enjoyed being part of the colour and cuppa this afternoon. Thanks Love Pascual for the art work and Nicole for talking all things Angels. I called on the Unnamed Angels today and while I was walking saw 2 sticks perfectly parallel and equal on the ground. It felt like a sign…💚🧡💛
From Sara Neves: During the cuppa session I was so into the talk that I didn’t draw anything, but afterwards I got really inspired… Not sure if there are mouse angels but this was what came to my mind… I loved everything that Nicole explained about angels and I really wanted to know more about the subject. And loved seeing you all on Zoom and your stories made me cry… Nicole is there an angel whose flowers are daisies, poppies and spikes? 🙂💗
From Kathryn Duncan: Thank you, Nicole Cody – always just what is needed!