I am ecstatic to be able to announce that the WEA (Worker's Education Association) here in Adelaide will be running the first of what I hope will be a number of Goddess orientated workshops with "Embracing the Goddess" to take place on Saturday, 19 October 2013.
From the ancient temples of Malta, Egypt, Turkey and Crete; to the sacred springs and mountains of Ireland and Britain; from the Hindu temples to the modern sanctuaries being established all around the world today, the concept of the Goddess, the Divine Feminine, has never truly been forgotten.
This workshop aims to bring the ancient worship of the Goddess into the modern age for those women who would like to learn more about the feminine aspect of the Divine that dates back to Palaeolithic times (over 32,000 years ago).
From the overwhelming archaeological evidence, ancient practices and beliefs are re-interpreted for the modern age, with practical ways being shared as to how the Goddess was be reconnected with regardless of our own religious and/or spiritual beliefs.
There was once a time when we stood as one with the earth.
We were in tune with the ebbing and flowing of the lunar tides.
We danced to its sacred beat for it echoed our own.
Time: Saturday, 19 October 2013 (9:30am to 4:00pm)
Cost (includes notes):
Book through the WEA and quote course number 37740A.
If you would like to see more Goddess-orientated workshops held at the WEA, please let them know.
About the WEA (Worker's Education Association)
The WEA was founded in 1913 (a hundred years ago) and is Australia's largest non-government adult community education organisation. With some 33,000 annual enrolments, the WEA offers a wide range of courses, workshops and the like. Visit their web site for more information.