“We are in a time of great opportunity. We are all creating our New. Now.”
Words & images Narelle Carter-Quinlan Soundscape David Parsons
We are – quite literally – all creating our New. Now.
We are in a time of great opportunity.
This, is the pause; the gestation.
The time of honesty,
of attenuated Presence
This is the time of going to ground
becoming still and vibrantly aware
This is the time of
A time of
is the time of
weaving the new Dream.
with each Other,
with the Being who is Earth.
Drawing the Threads down from the Stars,
from the spaces between the points of Light.
Dreaming the new physicality into
In June, August, and September 2020, Narelle is leading a series of three free Ceremonies for you to participate in, with yourself, and in communion with others around the world.
These Ceremonies are simple. You might walk, or sing or dance or make music or you might simply Be. The space that she holds within the Ceremonies, offers you the opportunity to consciously sit with yourself, and choose. To choose what it is, that you are consciously creating, in the now, and moving forward. For yourself, and with us all. As One.
June 21 Solstice & Dark Moon - Session 1
Attenuating experience. Becoming conscious and present to what is.
Breathing, and becoming aware of what is real and moving through you, in connection with your inner and outer environment.
August 4-6 Imbolc / Lughnasad - Session 2
Release; Grieving, and Gratitude.
What is passing, flowing onward. Acknowledge that. Allow the feelings and sensations to arise, and to move through you. Acknowledge the blessings.
September 22 Equinox - Session 3
Seeding the New Songlines. Together.
To participate you will need to sign up. I will be emailing the materials to participate;
You can do that here http://www.embodiedterrain.com/global-ceremony-weaving-new-songlines
Narelle Carter-Quinlan, BAppSc, is an image maker, story teller and Transformer; a dance maker, yoga therapist and anatomist. She is the founder of the Saltwater Songlines Project. Her work, an embodied ecology of Place, views our bodies as part of the living land. Her image making and site specific dance, is always a collaboration with the Ancestors. In her 61st year, Narelle has danced, practiced yoga, and consciously explored the experience of spirit in form for over five and half decades. An Australian, her name means Woman of the Sea in Indigenous language.
David Parsons is a New Zealand composer and multi-instrumentalist.
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