Events: "Special Events" 


"The Cone of Power"

Energy Work in Ritual

Plus opportunities for private readings with 

Mystic: Rev. Judith Laxer

Sat May 20th, 2017

~Workshop: 12-3 pm ($35)

*Psychic readings*: 3:30-5:30

*(add’l fee--see below*)

at the Goddess Studio, Escondido, CA

(Women & Men welcome!)


Join Rev. Judith Laxer, the founding Priestess of Gaia’s Temple in Seattle, Washington, for an afternoon of energetic exploration enhancing your ritual skills.



“The Cone of Power”: Energy work in Ritual

Learn how to raise energy in the context of sacred ritual with breath work, drums, movement, and chanting. Learn to build a cone of power and direct it with intention.

Increase your ritual confidence putting these specific techniques into practice in this hands-on experiential workshop. Please bring a small item for the altar, and a drum or percussive instrument, if you have one.

ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUESTED for Workshop! Please RSVP to Amalya to reserve your seat & receive address of the Goddess Studio: or 760-432-6574

WORKSHOP FEE: $35 cash or checks at door with advance RSVP


*After the workshop, from 3:30-5:30, Judith will offer

15 min personal readings (for an add’l $15/session.)

Sign ups requested to reserve your time slot.


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About Rev. Judith Laxer:

Rev. Judith Laxer is a modern-day mystic who believes that humor, beauty and the wonders of nature make life worth living.

The founding Priestess of Gaia’s Temple, an inclusive, earth-based ministry in Seattle, Washington, Judith also enjoys a successful private practice as a psychic, spiritual counselor, hypnotherapist, shamanic practitioner and teacher of women’s mysteries.

A keynote speaker and author of Along the Wheel of Time: Sacred Stories for Nature Lovers [Ravenswood Publishing], Judith has presented classes and workshops on the re -emergence of the Divine Feminine since 1993 at conferences nationally. She dedicates her work to restoring the balance between feminine and masculine energy in our culture.   &