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UPCOMING EVENTS

There will be a short hiatus in events for Walk The Wheel, as I am taking some Maternity Leave. Events in the community will resume in March for the Spring Equinox. Dates and venues to be released in Feb 2015.

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How do we Walk The Wheel?

Follow and celebrate the festivals on the Wheel of The Year.

 Open our senses and awareness to seasonal changes in the World around us.

 Celebrate the transitions and rites of passage that mark change and growth along our life’s path, in a way that is meaningful and personal.

 Live with an open heart and with the desire to deepen our connection to the World and our experience of it.

From mindfulness to mediation, hiking to seasonal ceremony, there are a multitude of ways to Walk The Wheel. Here you’ll find a variety of suggestions, incentives and (hopefully) inspirations.

Use the tabs at the top of the screen to navigate between sections.

What is…? gives an idea of the ideas and influences that myself and Walk The Wheel are inspired by.

The Blog offers find regular updates on Events alongside informative posts based on the Seasons and Celebration and some less formal articles about my life and journey.

In Celebrant Work you’ll find information on the ceremonial services I offer – including Weddings/Handfastings, Baby Namings, Funerals and Memorials.

If you have any questions or comments email me or to post them here. Please be aware all comments are moderated before posting.

Thanks for visiting!

I hope to find you Walking the Wheel with me sometime.

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Keli




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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Sarah
    Jan 06, 2015 @ 20:48:10

    Hi Keli, just thought I would say hello. Thinking of you and your bump. Hope all is well for you. It’s not time yet for birth perhaps, but nature is so busy preparing beneath the soil, ( I have seen the first shoots of Winter flowers poking out their heads 4a peek.) what a wonderful time to have a baby. I always feel optimistic in February, I am looking forward to celebrating Imbolc.
    Goddess Bless you and your little one, Sarah. X

    Reply

    • kelitomlin
      Jan 19, 2015 @ 18:32:03

      Hi Sarah, sorry its taken me a while to reply. I am very well thank you. the birth should be in a matter of days now and I honestly feel blessed that it is happening now. As you say the Land is starting to stir and it feels very in sync, even thought there is still snow on the ground. There is a freshenss and newness in the air that baby seems to encompass too :) Hope you are well also. Glad to ehar you are enjoying the season and I truly hope that continues. Very much looking forward to our online celebrations and celebrating Imbolc. Much love to you x

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