Temple of Nectar & Honey ~ August 14-16th, 2015

August 14th- 16th 2015

Olympic Peninsula, WA

Summer Temple registration opens on Sat April 25th at noon. If you have not attended Temple before you must request a screening interview by calling Reverend Ciacchi at 206-612-3511 Temple costs $150-$450 depending on your ability to pay.Please go to www.AphroditeTemple.com for more details

Mycelium, Bees, and Stardust are the central mysteries of the Living Love Revolution. This summer temple theme focuses on the bees that pollinate our food as well as the waters that help us grow and sustains us. In this temple we work to manifest the vision of what Aphrodite Temple Culture is and can be: a functional, satisfied group of people who are dedicated to developing themselves as a resource of Transpersonal Love for themselves, their community, and the planet. This is the humming resonance of a hive busy gathering nectar and making honey while repairing their homes, their hearts, and their consciousness. In this state everyone is present and aware of their interconnection, thinking well about each other, and offering their love and care to each other and the environment while also maintaining their individuality, sovereignty, and authenticity.

We bring a focus on water to this temple: a precious resource on earth that needs our love and attention. We embrace our nectar as a connection to the watery aspect of ourselves and the erotic lifeforce that flows through all things. In this we focus on keeping ourselves nourished and hydrated in these parched times so that we may share our water, our nectar as communion with others, both human and non-human. As Summer comes into full bloom, the nectar of our lives is collected and spread throughout our communities to enrich and enliven our interconnectedness of bee-ing. In this temple, we will investigate what it takes to meet our basic needs, what is in the way of our crosspollination with others, and how we can choose to spread our nectar out to the world.

This temple will be at a private home in Portland, OR. Address given upon registration.