Wednesday, July 11, 2012


Saturday July 28, 7pm

At Ancient Mysteries, 209 E. Ben White, Suite 202, in Austin

We celebrate Lughnasadh (also called Lammas), the sabbat of the first harvest, with this intention shaping our magic:
We claim our power as warriors of the heart by accepting responsibility for the harvest we see around us, and for the harvest we envision.
The ritual magic will include energy and trance work. Children are welcome, but if you are thinking of bringing a child or children please be aware that the content of this ritual will probably not engage young children.

We'll meet inside at Ancient Mysteries, 209 E. Ben White, Suite 202. (Go east on the Ben White feeder road just east of the intersection with Congress, and take the next turn right into the parking lot AFTER the turn into Brake Check.)

Doors will open for the ritual starting at 6:40. (Please note that the shop closes at 6pm on this date; it will not be open for business when you arrive for the ritual.)

Please bring:
- something to sit on (a cushion or camp chair)
- water or what you want to drink (no alcohol, please)
- if you wish, objects for the Lughnasadh altar: what harvest do you hope to create, for yourself, your community, the earth?

We will provide and share simple food in community within the ritual circle, in sacred space. There will not be a potluck feast after the ritual.

Admission to Tejas Web rituals is free, but donations to support the work and magic of Tejas Web are very gratefully accepted. Please respect that all our events are drug- and alcohol-free.

Sunday August 12, noon
At The VORTEX, 2307 Manor Rd., Austin
(Postponed from May 6.) Open to anyone who has attended a Tejas Web event and wants to help take care of the business of Tejas Web.

October 13-14, Saturday-Sunday, in Austin
With Raven Edgewalker and Crow Walker

"We are here to awaken from our illusion of separateness." Thich Nhat Hanh
We are unique individual beings, and we are an essential part of a larger whole. To embrace this paradox is to awaken from the epidemic of disconnection that plagues our world. True conscious connection begins with the heart. Opening our hearts, we deepen and strengthen our connections with our humanity. We deepen and strengthen our connections in community with other humans, with the other beings around us, and at this Samhain-tide with the Ancestors and the Otherworld.

In this workshop we will explore our inner borderlands--our tender and joyful edges--as well as the borderlands between the worlds. We aim to step forward, to commit to active presence and conscious co-creation of the universe. To be active and present with, and conscious of, connection.

To help us do this, we plan to explore the power of the word--the language we use and the stories we tell ourselves and each other. We will inspire and conspire with the magic of breath. We will gaze into the mirror and notice the ways in which we reflect each other. We will make art, dance, sing, and express the music our hearts long to make individually and together. We invite you to join us, and to answer the call of awakening in ritual among the trees and beneath the stars.

When and where:
Saturday October 13, 10am-5pm at Ancient Mysteries, and 7:30pm-9pm at Garrison Park
Sunday October 14, 10am-2:30pm at Ancient Mysteries

Cost: sliding scale of $100-$150. A deposit of $25 is required to hold your space. Final payment must be made by September 15, 2012.

Contact: If you have questions about the workshop, please email Crow at or call her at 713.298.2913.

How to register: please email the information below to If paying by check, the mailing address will be sent to you upon receipt of your registration. If paying with a credit card by PayPal, please add $5.00 to cover PayPal fees. More details will be sent ahead of the workshop.

Amount you will pay:
Balance due (to be paid by Sept. 15, 2012):
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