Liisa Kaasik seeks for spirituality from her Estonian roots. She wishes to empower women to reconnect to their ruptured roots to gather strengths and support from it. The guidance of our ancestors is still here for us.
„In my family we cherish and follow old Estonian beliefs in our everyday life because I find the old wisdoms supporting and useful.“
Liisa says that Estonians’ true treasure lies on the shelves of Estonian Literary Museum – we have 1,2 mln pages of gathered folklore that hides many of our nations old wisdom. „For me this knowledge is still alive. With each bigger life event (wedding, pregnancies and birth’s etc) i have reintegrated these old knowledges into modern day living. It has been a very fulfilling journey building a new bridge between the past and the present.“
Living the ancient, in spite of ruptured roots: ancient Estonian beliefs about the moon
12.07.2018 / 11:30 AM – 1 PM
This workshop is a practical sharing (kind of a talking circle, so that all can participate) of revived ancient traditions by a younger woman, who is a well-known author and teacher in Estonia and whose all family follows the traditions and ancient natural religion.
In the workshop, Liisa will share how to plan one’s life according to the supportive moon phases as ancestors have been doing for thousands of years. This is the introduction to old Estonians’ „moon science“ and folklore about the moon and the influences that different moon phases carry. We will also be discussing the women’s life circle and the moon.
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