A walk to the Ceremonial stone rows and double cyst exploring Dartmoor’s ‘Milky Way’ with a walk from Belstone to Cosden Hill.
At Cosden Hill we reflect on the ‘Gemini’ lesson that experiencing the polarities of life’s experience brings us to realise the ‘unity of opposites’. We reflect on the mystery of its back to back twin kistaven burial site (called The Black Princes’ Tomb’), stone circle and triple stone row, representing a powerful symbolic site on what was considered to be the highest point in Darmoor. The myth of the Gemini twins tells us that we are a soul within a body and personality or ‘little self’. We are incarnating the marriage of spirit and matter, and become a chalice in which the light from the sun, earth, moon and stars can blend and create new life.
The hilly walk is from Belstone Car Park to Cosden Hill, so wrap up warm and wear strong shoes. It includes a visit to the church.
Time: 10am for 10.30
Bring Picnic lunch and any reflections on how Gemini works in your life.