GREEN BEAUTIFUL FOUNDATION
“Womyn of the Sun” and “Green Beautiful” present “New Flame Dreaming”
It’s time to celebrate and invoke a new way of being through connection to the earth and experiencing her frequencies through music and sound.
“The dreaming is big, so open your hearts completely and surrender to its trust. BREATH” Jingki – Womyn of the Sun
The wisdom of indigenous people is based on practices that unblock and recharge life – the flow of life. The song of Mother Earth.
Throughout human history there has been a splintering, which is leading to our disconnection and obliteration of all life.
There is no room for questions only that you remember who you are, you know the way home. As your first star family of first light, we welcome you home to join us and walk with us out of slavery.
It is time to embody both masculine and feminine – it is time for reunion of the soul. It is a time of transformation and integration. It is time to come into authentic wholeness. It is the embodiment of the physical, psychological and spiritual self.
Together we come sharing our gifts, wisdom and the sacred. We acknowledge our ancestors and put the ghost of history to rest as we enter the sacred circle of life.
By healing ourselves we have the opportunity to heal the earth. Through the harmonics that create life, the frequency of sound, the language of trees – the earth songs.
The earth holds the frequency through the lei lines (song lines – we are all of one origin – we are indigenous – we are the Blue Flame Dreaming – it is our birthright – humanities blueprint – our DNA).
We activate the Blue Flame Dreaming throughout Gondwanna Land, known a long time ago in the Dreamtime as (Punyaunngan – when the world was soft and the world was one). We are the remedy which begins the new way to fully restore ourselves with mother earth (BeeBee Burra). Sun rise to Sunset (Kalbeening Walga Jinbin Eegaardee Walga).”
PROPOSED SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
For more information on the program, please visit Green Beautiful Foundations Facebook page here.
The program will include a wide spectrum of artistic talent, ranging from International Guest Speakers, Musicians, Youth Dancing, Dance Workshops, Theatre, Indigenous Cuisine, Sacred Ceremony, Film, Basket Weaving, Story Telling,and Exquisite Indigenous Art Display and Auction.
Film screening: “La Belle Verte”
“Putuparri and the Rain Makers”
Forum Theatre – “Public Act”
Proudly supported by Byron Community Centre
No unaccompanied children please.