Holders of the Flame - Keziah Osbourne

By thirteen women, Mar 19 2017 08:00AM

Red tent came into my life three years ago when a friend said I want a red tent.. I have no idea what it is but I know I need it.. we started to meet on a agreed date nearest to the dark moon. month by month we began to share our hopes dreams and story's it became a place of community, to me belonging, to be .. it was a place of deep rest, authentic truth and place to be held with love and non judgement practicing core council sharing and circle principles.. so many songs came through the red tent and many sacred and beautiful expressions of creativity, women sharing there song there life.. for me red tent was place to be me, to heard, valued and share community , exploring what is it to be a modern women, with an ancient calling.. so when we discussed the idea of the red tent song book project to offer the beauty of song in a simple way that women can remember and honouring the ancient call of song I was delighted to be feel so very privileged to apart of such a deeply touching and beautiful project. when I arrivng Glastonbury I loved the community we built between us 13 sisters and all the other sisters who have contributed before and to come after.. the love touched my heart deeply and though at first I had no songs to offer I felt strong words coming into my heart that I felt needed to be shared and was then translated through the power of the group into melody and channled into a song keepers of the flame.. there were so many highlights of that time co creating together.. such as singing borne of water in the white well together and the gift of this song still touches me.. I often given the gifts of channelling yet only if it is shared can it become to me a true teaching.. this project is a privilege to be apart of and may it bring love, joy, wisdom, community, beauty to all the women who hearts souls and wombs it touches and be a gift of contribution to the sacred feminine through out the world.. with love from my heart and womb to your keziah. xx

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