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  • The Mushrooms Apprentice / Shonagh Home

    • A Celebration of the Immaterial
    Sacred Mushroom: The Making of a Medicine Woman. Of Celtic heritage, Shonagh follows the wisdom of the ancients and serves as a Bàn Draoi (dree), Gaelic for a Celtic medicine woman/seer. As a modern medicine woman, she brings her connection to nature and the spirit worlds into her retreats and private sessions. For the past 12 years she has apprenticed herself to the mushroom teachers, who have led her to profound connection with the spirits of nature and her ancestral roots. She is a seer who specializes in shadow work, delving into the rich territory of the deep psyche. In this talk Shonagh will speak to working with spirit intelligences through the mushroom.
  • Pan was not Dead but Buried / Jade Melany

    • A Celebration of the Immaterial
    Jade will give an introduction on how the Initiate’s Way came to be. What it is. And how it can be used for healing and spiritual development. In this workshop Jade will talk about the Archetype of Pan as Lord of the Earth and Pathfinder, and the process of the creation of the Initiate’s Way. There will be an opportunity to take part in a pathworking from the Initiates Way during the session. The painting of Pan; Hermes; Devil is one of 22 which make up the Major Arcana of the Tarot. Each of the Major Arcana is a magickal image which acts as signpost and guide upon your spiritual journey into the alchemy of the Soul.
  • The Secret Intelligence of Water / Veda Austin

    • A Celebration of the Immaterial
    Author and Artist Veda Austin makes a quantum leap from the spring board of Masaru Emoto’s microscopic work with ice crystals, that allows us to view water as an intelligent force, with the power to respond to human consciousness in ways never before thought possible. In this talk Veda talks about humans as bodies of water, what that means for us, and specifically the Wild Waters of Women!
  • Spiritual Warrior / Roundtable

    • A Celebration of the Immaterial
    Yes we are at war! We’re fighting a spiritual war with an enemy whose primary tactic is deception. The turf being fought over is our hearts minds and immortal souls. In this round table we talk about what it means to be a spiritual warriors, what weapons and tactics we can use to not just survive but also to thrive during this time difficult.
  • The Alchemy of Music / Laura Watkins

    • A Celebration of the Immaterial
    We all have experienced the effects of music on our souls. It can take us back in time to some of the most important occasions of our lives. But what if music could be used alchemically to heal, remove things that no longer serve you, or express creativity? In this workshop, Laura will take us on a journey into the alchemy of music and teach us how to use this powerful tool in our lives!
  • Is Magic Real? / Roundtable

    • A Celebration of the Immaterial
    As Arthur C Clarke said, “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from Magic”, and so with consciousness an enigma for today’s scientists, the idea of an advanced technology of Applied Consciousness fits right into the category of Magick! While the practice of magick is fundamentally about raising and directing energy to fulfil your intentions, there are two other Clarke laws applicable to the discussion of magick, and these are…. When a distinguished but elderly scientist states that something is possible, he is almost certainly right. When he states that something is impossible, he is very probably wrong. The only way of discovering the limits of the possible is to venture a little way past them into the impossible. Let’s explore the impossible together with the Magickal Women who live it!
  • Lesser Work As An Expression Of The Great Work / Constance Duquette

    • A Celebration of the Immaterial
    This is a rare and no holds bar open discussion with Constance DuQuette. Who knows where this will take us!
  • The Magic of Play / Marla Durden

    • A Celebration of the Immaterial
    Come remember that you have powerful magic in your blood and bones. We are a part of a beautiful, vibrant Universe, pulsating with life and intelligence. Our heart beats for us over 100,000 times per day; our lungs breathe for us 22,000 times a day. Epigeneticists tell us we contain 13 generations of memories. At this very moment, your body allows you to read this text. Connecting to our body wisdom, consciously through the state of play, connects us to the unconscious field of knowing/belonging and to our Kin, sometimes known as Fae, Nature Spirits, Cosmic energies, and/or Ancestors. Play opens neural pathways, relaxes the mind, creates community and helps us to enter into relationships of co-creation that are mutually beneficial for all. Connect with the wisdom of your body Learn how to co-create with Subtle Realms Connect to your allies for mutually-beneficial creations Experience the power of play to transform, heal and create Engage the spirit of collaboration in connection and community
  • Transforming the Culture of Death and Dying / Olivia Bareham

    • A Celebration of the Immaterial
    Rev. Olivia Bareham, a Death Midwife is the founder of Sacred Crossings. She has been supporting, educating and guiding individuals and their families through the death journey for over 15 years.
  • The Magdalen Manuscript / Roundtable

    • A Celebration of the Immaterial
    The Magdalen Manuscript: The Alchemies of Horus & the Sex Magic of Isis is an enigmatic channelled work by Tom Kenyon in which Mary recounts the story of her and Yeshua’s love. The Mary Magdalene of that book tells us that she was an advanced initiate in the temple of Isis in Egypt, initiated into both the Alchemies of Horus & the Sex Magic of Isis. This roundtable will discuss the alchemical practices outlined in the text and personal revelations about them.
  • Ancient Goddess Traditions / Dr. Heather Elizabeth Osborn

    • A Celebration of the Immaterial
    Dr. Heather Elizabeth Osborn has a Doctorate in Education, with experience as an educator teaching in the US and the UK. While living in London, she pursued research on Goddess Mythology in women’s literature and completed her Priestess of Avalon training in Glastonbury to initiate into the ancient British Goddess mysteries. Upon returning to the US, she continued her writing, research, and exploration of ancient Goddess mysteries, creating an online course and organizing spiritual retreats to sacred sites as the founder of the Swan Centre. Her media work as a radio co-host and as a TV presenter as a contributing expert includes various Discovery Channel shows, such as ‘Forbidden History,’ ‘Inside Secret Society,’ and ‘What On Earth?’ Heather’s doctoral research for her dissertation focused on the importance of “writing for healing,” within an individual and social context to create transformational change. As a university educator, she encourages her students to find their individual voices through writing and expression, and as a writer, educator, and priestess, she is committed to honoring diversity and creating inclusive opportunities for connection and unity. One of her current writing projects includes her continued work on her book, ‘In the Eyes of Isis,’ about her personal and spiritual journey with Goddess traditions and various landscapes, the basis for her talk for ‘Women of Wisdom.’ Following this inner connection led to her most precious gifts in her life, her son Sean and her husband, author Gary Osborn, and the understanding that, at the center of all, our inner connectedness to love is what fuels the fire of inspiration, healing, empowerment, and transformational wisdom about our life paths.
  • Mary Magdalene and the Esoteric Egypt / Joanna Kujawa

    • A Celebration of the Immaterial
    Dr Joanna Kujawa is the author of ‘The Other Goddess’ and the accompanying course on The Goddesses of Eros and Secret Knowledge, scholar, and spiritual detective. She received her BA and MA from the Pontifical Institute for Medieval Studies at the University of Toronto, Canada, and her PhD from Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. As an active academic for over 20 years, she uses her scholarly training to investigate topics other academics often pass over, such as: Can spirituality and sexuality be experienced as one? Who was the real Mary Magdalene? Is there a lineage of Goddesses now resurfacing in our collective experience of spirituality? Apart from her writings for academic publications on spiritual travel, Joanna has also had her short stories and essays published through various media and in many prestigious anthologies, including Best Australian Stories, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, She Rises and Rebelle Society. She is on the editorial board of the International Journal of Goddess Studies. In this talk Joanna will cover the connection of Mary Magdalene with the Goddesses of Eros, We will look at Mary Magdalene as an Alchemist in Alexandria and the discovery of the Gospel of Mary Magdalene in Egypt, What does the Gospel of Mary Magdalene actually teach? Joanna will guide us through a short closing meditation.
  • Ephermeral Encounters / Tina Kemp

    • A Celebration of the Immaterial
    Tina is Belgian Rune Reader and Esotericist, She creates handmade runes, ogham and pouches as part of her magical life in rural Italy. Tina will speak of “otherwordly” encounters and how they have affected her life. Tina will discuss how she has dealt with the more troublesome ones and provide sage advice on how others can deal with them. She will also share the positive impacts of these encounters on her life and dive into the role that Runes can play with otherworldly adventures!
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