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Mon, Apr 08


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BioForest Restore (ECLIPSE EDITION)

You're Invited! Monday April 8th Partial Solar Eclipse Guided Forest Experience. 2 pm to 4 pm. Location TBD (in Asheville). Limited to six participants. There is no better place to be during this cosmic event than in the forest with like-minded souls!

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BioForest Restore (ECLIPSE EDITION)
BioForest Restore (ECLIPSE EDITION)

Time & Location

Apr 08, 2024, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Location is TBD


About the event

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On Tuesday April 8th we will be experiencing a Partial Solar Eclipse in fiery Aries. Here in Western North Carolina we will have visual access to 85% of the eclipse as the moon covers the suns diameter from 2 to 4 pm with max eclipse from 3:10 to 3:15 pm.

I have partnered with the Morehead Planetarium & Science Center to guide an eclipse viewing outdoor experience. This will be a special BioForest Restore (ECLIPSE EDITION) experience designed specifically around the eclipse and what it has in store for humanity.

This powerful cosmic event will shape the path we are destined to walk for the next 18 months. Chiron (the wounded healer) plays a significant role in this eclipse; this conjunction brings healings, upgrades, and restructuring to all human lives.

  • During this event you will be guided through a Mayan letting go ritual on the banks of the Bent Creek in the Pisgah National Forest in preperation for the eclipse.
  • We will set intentions and co-create our destiny under these potent eclipse frequencies. 
  • I will offer prompts that will activate radical embodied awareness and you will receive maximum activation and downloads during this sacred portal.

You will receive a pair of complimentary NASA eclipse glasses to view the eclipse safely (for the first 5 registrants)

*Please bring a sit pad/portable chair, a journal, and a pen. 

The next total solar eclipse in western north carolina will not be until 2078! 


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