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Goddess Alive New Moon Meditation with Deanna L'am - Our Girls, Ourselves

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We gather on the eve of the New Moon with our very special guest, DeAnna L'am from Red Tents in Every Neighborhood.  Our focus for the interview and meditation is "Our Girls, Ourselves" - a completely relevant topic as we prepare to welcome the Maiden Goddess of Spring!  Join us in the Red Tent on March 19 at 8pm eastern for a powerful evening and meditation!

The Moon is New in Pisces at 5:36 am eastern on March 20 (the same day of Spring Equinox and the Solar Eclipse!).

DeAnna L’am, internationally recognized pioneer in Menstrual Empowerment, is author of ‘Becoming Peers – Mentoring Girls Into Womanhood’ and ‘A Diva’s Guide to Getting Your Period’. She is founder of ‘Red Moon School of Empowerment for Women & Girls™’, and of ‘Red Tents In Every Neighborhood – Global Network’.

Fondly known as ‘Womb Visionary’, DeAnna has been transforming lives worldwide for over 25 years, teaching women and girls how to love themselves unconditionally! She helps women dissolve PMS symptoms by drawing spiritual strength from their cycle; guides women in the art of welcoming girls to empowered womanhood, and inspires women to hold Red Tents in their communities. Visit her at: www.deannalam.com.

Goddess Alive Radio is the weekly MotherHouse of the Goddess Blogtalk Radio show hosted by Kimberly Moore, Founder and Priestess of the MotherHouse of the Goddess. We focus on topics about Women’s Empowerment and Goddess Mythology with guests who are Priestesses, Authors, Healers, and Shamans. Every month, we host Goddess Moon Meditations to connect with Goddess energy just prior to the Full Moon and the New Moon. See our Goddess Alive Radio page for our upcoming schedule and archived programs.

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