I am so excited to share the highlights of last weeks Desert Dreaming Meditation Adventure. I am interrupting my 6 week success tip blog series but will resume next week with success tip #4..
Thanks for all of your support and encouragement around this dream come true for me. Many of you have asked to hear about the adventure so here are some of the highlights in pictures.
I invite you to open your heart and feel the power of the red centre through the tour groups eyes.
May the magic of this tour also inspire you to make your dream project come true.
Meet Jungala, Coleen and Shane our Aboriginal Tour Guides. They drove us to all the sacred sites, they cooked for us, they shared their stories/knowledge and welcomed us to their country.
Meet the meditation adventurers! Mostly women all above 40 yo and one man. We were blessed to have a powerful group of very wise, conscious and evolved beings. The powerful group dynamic and deep intimacy shared over the 7 days was one of the highlights of the tour. We parted as great friends who had supported and witnessed a powerful transformation in each other. There was much laughter, tears and deep connections made to ourselves, to the land and to each other.
This is our campsite in the West MacDonald Ranges on an Aboriginal Community. Our tents were big enough to stand in and had a swag with a doona inside to keep us connected to the earth and warm on the chilly desert nights.
The first sacred site we visited and meditated at was Angkerle (Stanley Chasm) which is part of the Larapinta Trail in the West MacDonald Ranges.
We spent time sitting on the earth, opening our hearts and listening to the silent wisdom of the desert.
We undertook a sacred Aboriginal smoking ceremony to cleanse and strengthen our spirit.
We spent time with an Aboriginal family on the community and made bracelets out of seeds from a tree.
We had time to connect with the Aboriginal adults and children and spend time just hanging out on their land.
We visited the power site Watarka (Kings Canyon) and had time to walk and connect to its majesty.
We heard Aboriginal stories that are told in the sand discussing the power of the Ancient Song Lines.
We gazed at the desert night sky and pondered our vast and eternal nature.
We spent 3 nights camped beside the mighty Uluru and watched its changing colours and moods with the shifting sun.
We were blessed to have an magical tour at Uluru with one of the local Elders and medicine men who wowed us with his ancient knowledge and stories of Aboriginal culture.
We spent our last day waking and meditating beside the pure and powerful Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) which are still used today as a place of male initiation ceremonies.
We got up early to see the sunrise over Uluru on our last morning.
I hope that you can feel the love, silence, magic and joy from our desert adventure.
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