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Sunday, 23 February 2020 from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM + Add to calendar23/02/2020 11:3023/02/2020 13:30Australia/SydneyCoreFit Yoga Presents- Wild Woman Circle- Rivers of Reverence - with Kate TuckerCoreFit Yoga Presents- Wild Woman Circle- Rivers of Reverence - with Kate Tucker Sunday, 23 February 2020 from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM (AUS Eastern Standard Time) Organiser Kathryn Lacey XXXXXXXXXXXXXX Address Oshun Yoga 20 Gellibrand Crescent Reservoir VIC 3073 Australia Please arrive 15 min prior Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/fr26n/corefit_yoga_presents_wild_woman_circle_rivers_of_reverence__with_kate_tucker.aspxOshun Yoga
20 Gellibrand Crescent
Reservoir VIC 3073
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Join CoreFit Yoga and Wild Women’s Circle Facilitator Kate Tucker for the New Moon in February . This circle- Rivers of Reverence -
Our mission is to find and create the space to awaken women to their most authentic nature, so they may feel like and connect with their true selves, no apologies.
In this international network of circles, you can expect: A Sensuous Sacred Space held by a trained WWP Facilitator with Guided Meditation, Sharing, Intention Setting Ritual & more held on or near the New Moon.
These circles are not associated with a singular path or religion, but rather, an inclusive coming together with women from all paths.
Reverence is "a feeling or attitude of deep respect tinged with awe; veneration"
Water symbolizes regeneration, fertility, purification, and transformation. Across the globe spiritual traditions revere water and use it in rituals of purification, blessing, and connection into divine paths.
“Some of us who live in arid parts of the world think about water with a reverence others might find excessive.” — Joan Didion
“There is a way of beholding nature that is itself a form of prayer.”― Diane Ackerman, The Moon by Whale Light and Other Adventures Among Bats, Penguins, Crocodilians and Whales
Water is an essential ingredient to life on this planet. Its necessity and dynamic capacities are recognized and revered by spiritual traditions across cultures.
Water is a giver of life, a source of purification, and an element that can be infused with sacred blessings.
From the blood that carries nutrients through our body, to the rivers and oceans that feed the animal and plant kingdoms, water is crucial for the existence of life. It inhabits all areas of our lives.
The versatility of water allows it to move through land and sky.
We find it solidified in glaciers, running freely through rivers, and floating in clouds before its molecules coalesce and fall as sacred rain.
Spiritual rituals with water vary from simple practices of gratitude to elaborate rituals of immersion and purification. Drawing inspiration from spiritual traditions, we have created our own ritual to connect with water in both simple and elaborate ways.
Join us to give thanks and to feel gratitude for this life giving element, water and to sense genuine appreciation for the life that this element brings. By holding space and reflecting, we can allow ourselves to be nourished by this fundamental gratitude.
Tickets $30 / $20 cons