Agneta Borstein

  • Astrologer 
  • Visionary 
  • Workshop Facilitator
  • Shamanic Practitioner
  • Teacher
  • Author

 

 

Merge with the Winter Solstice & Stillness Within

Saturday, December 21,  2019
6 to 8 pm
$30 on Eventbrite | $35 at the door

Bridge Healing Arts Center |  504 Main Street | Farmington, CT

When the Sun stands still for a moment during the evening of December 21, 2019, it opens an opportunity to be still for a moment and listen deep within our own Self. You will be a part of finding that moment of Stillness in our Circle benefiting your own reality, those around you and the Globe.

During this winter Solstice event, you will experience the following:

• Invocation of the Sun’s presence• Invocation of the Sun’s presence
• Guidance and messages from Spiritual Medium Denise Atkinson*
• Messages contemplated by a meditation led by Agneta and Denise•
• Shamanic Meditation Journey led by Agneta

PLEASE BRING AN OBJECT FOR THE OPENING RITUAL!

*Individual guided messages are not guaranteed, since based on the size of participants.

For more information, check out Denise and Agneta!
DeniseAtkinson11@yahoo.com

www.DeniseAtkinsonMedium.com

and please explore www.agnetabiorstein.com while you are here.

 

Check the below endorsements of Agneta’s Moon’s Nodes book:
“A jewel of a book on the mysterious Nodes of the Moon … Borstein wisely incorporates both the Western and Hindu perspectives, giving this book a well-rounded, satisfying look at a subject that has been in the dark for too long.” – N.C.G.R, Geocosmic Journal

“Agneta Borstein beautifully captures the complexity of the Dragon’s Head and Tail – from its rich mythology to its modern interpretation as soul indicator – and does so in a way that is fine-tuned and detailed, and completely accessible to everyone.” – Ronnie Gale Dryer, author of Vedic Astrology, Venus, and Healing Sign.”

“This is not a cookbook but a content-rich exploration of the possible life lessons and meanings inherent in nodal placements.”

—Dell Horoscope.

Busy Sky
Two Eclipses