Why You Don’t Want to Miss the Next Green Lodge Goddess Gathering

Why You Don’t Want to Miss the Next Green Lodge Goddess Gathering

At least 158 Million people worldwide use Cannabis for medicinal, recreational, and spiritual purposes. This number increases daily as more people understand the power of this plant, and women in Colorado are coming together to prove they also can benefit from the community it brings.

Entrepreneur and hierophant that Cannabis can help woman dissolve “the competition complex,” Maggie Murphy of Colorado, also known as The Stoned Housewife, is blazing this path with The Green Lodge Goddess Gathering.

Once each month, with dates currently scheduled through June 2017 at the Vali Soul Sanctuary in Boulder, healers from all over the world are invited to enrich the lives of the women at the Green Lodge Goddess Gatherings. The theme, though always centered around indigenous Earth Medicine, changes each month, so ladies are encouraged to attend as many as possible to build upon previous teachings. While the theme may change, Maggie insists that one thing is for certain,

“Participants can expect that Loren, the house Kundalini instructor, will push them and enhance their moon flow by giving them specific sound currents and mantras to open up the neural pathways and promote healing.”

green-lodge-gathering thestonedhousewife.netThe February Green Lodge Goddess Gathering. (Danielle Webster photo/Provided to MassRoots)

Regular attendee, Danielle Webster shared her thoughts about the most recent gathering,

“I have to say, smoking indoors in a public space is really cool. It’s even cooler to do this in a space with a bunch of other lady stoners who are coming together to use cannabis in a thoughtful and lackadaisical way. It’s not just about getting stoned, it’s about connecting through the use of cannabis to relax everyone and make them more comfortable in the environment. “

Through the Stoned Housewife brand, Maggie, is continuing to expand this community with partnerships for future lodges in California, Arizona, and Nevada.

“I love to create a space where women can come together and try new aspects of healing on multiple levels, and where each individual feels like her being there contributes to everyone,” Maggie explained. As one of the most affordable Cannabis friendly workshops in the area, they also aim to give back as much as possible to the women. “There is a gift exchange at the end of each event, and every woman walks away with a newly blessed treasure. Sometimes a simple gift of the intention to make someone else happy is the most healing someone can get that day.”

green lodge thestonedhousewife.netGreen Lodge gift exchange. (Danielle Webster photo/ Provided to MassRoots)

When asked what her vision for the future of the Green Lodge is, Maggie explains,

“I want to continue this growing tribe of women and have lodges all around the world, Cannabis is a small but integral part of women coming together in a unifying setting. There is no need for the ego because we all come with the intention to be a community.”

Recapping the last Green Lodge, Danielle said, “We were all together chanting, moving, and holding our bodies. Loren (the lodge Kundalini Yoga instructor) pushed us as we did forms of yoga ‘exercises’ we’ve never done before, and as a team we all learned how hard it is to sit still. Certain chants made us laugh together, others made us cry, but overall we all felt 100% more connected than when we had began the gathering. ”

green lodge boulderTurning in, Vali Soul Sanctuary, Boulder, CO. (Danielle Webster/Provided to MassRoots)

Future dates for the lodge include April 24th, May 22nd, June 26th.

Participants also have the opportunity to win prizes from Sponsors Stashlogix and LoveandMarij. These events are INVITATION ONLY. Click here to request yours today. For sponsorship opportunities, send inquiries to [email protected] Join The Stoned Housewife’s supportive community for women on Instagram.

 

Pot And Prejudice Campaign

Pot And Prejudice Campaign

Before normalization of cannabis use can happen, we must first plant the seeds of change.

This 4|20 season, Dixie Elixirs and the Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) want to bring the community of cannabis together. “Pot & Prejudice” is a new campaign and video series that plans to change the perception of cannabis consumers through education, advocacy and giving back to the Marijuana Policy Project, the largest organization behind cannabis policy reform in the United States.

The “Pot & Prejudice” video series hopes to inform the public about the harmful effects of marijuana prohibition and pushes for activism to change the law so that cannabis can be seen without prejudice.

In Colorado and California, if you buy a Limited Edition 100MG Wildberry Lemonade Elixir at participating dispensaries, Dixie will donate $5 dollars to the MPP. For every crate of Wildberry sold Dixie is donating another $15. Not only are you helping educate yourself so you can educate others, you’re also giving back to a strong voice that fights prejudice for the cannabis community.

Click here to donate now.

Click here to find the dispensary nearest you that carries Wildberry Lemonade Elixir.

Watch Episode 1 of Pot & Prejudice here:

How to Join the Pot & Prejudice Movement

  1. Donate to the Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) through dixieelixirs.com/MPP
  2. Buy a Limited Edition 100MG Wildberry Lemonade Elixir at a participating dispensary in CA or CO, and Dixie will donate real dollars to MPP while you enjoy your tasty cannabis freedom.
  3. Give a Damn by sharing the video & taking a stand against #PotandPrejudice

Love and Marij is elevating the cannabis experience even further by using parties and pot to fight prejudice. They’re also giving inspiration for 4|20 parties, 4|20 weddings, dates and beyond. Invite your friends to your Lemonade Soiree, A 4|20 Garden Party, or even a legalization celebration!

Celebrate spring by grabbing a crate of Wildberry Lemonades and hosting a party with one of Love and Marij’s Pinterest Wildberry Party Boards. Invite all your friends; even the ones that don’t love to burn down and dare to use “Pot & Prejudice” to create a dialogue about normalization and to help fight outdated stereotypes.

Set up some healthy munchies, brings some varieties of edibles, concentrates, and then talk — really talk — about how cannabis has been a positive influence in your life. Or maybe how it made you nervous to use at first. It doesn’t have to be scripted but those philosophical thoughts tend to bloom when the smell of bud is in the air.

Be real; if using cannabis hasn’t always been a good experience, then definitely share to help promote responsible, educated consumption. Maybe someone has felt the same and can relate to your experience. It helps anyone engaged become more informed and the ripple effect begins.

Then share your Pot & Prejudice experiences on social media using the following hashtags:

  • #PotandPrejudice
  • #Change420

Watch Episode 2 of “Pot & Prejudice” here:

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