Tuesday 1st - Sunday 6th August 2017

Tuesday 1st - Sunday 6th August 2017

Celebrating Goddess in Her many forms and names as

Goddesses of the World

with Fringe events from Saturday 29th July

Welcome to the 22nd

Glastonbury Goddess Conference

Glastonbury Goddess Conference

Bilwara Lee

Monday 31st July

Fringe workshop (with Anique Radiant Heart): Australian Aboriginal Dreaming and the Goddess.

In Australia, there are no Goddesses per se in the Australian First Nations Peoples Dreaming.

The Dreaming is the Spirituality of the People, and is at the heart of Aboriginal life and the cultural protocols of living harmoniously with Mother Earth, Mother Nature and her local and cosmic communities. However, there are many feminine Creator Beings, and not all of them are “human”. Join Anique and Aunty Bilawara, as they unfold a rich tapestry of Australia Aboriginal stories and traditions from the Dreaming and their response to what might be sacred practice which incorporates this ancient lore from the oldest continuous surviving culture on Earth.

Wednesday 2nd August – afternoon

Workshop: Healing Circle with Auntie Bilwara Lee

Friday 4th August

1.30pm-2.30pm LUNCHTIME STORYTELLING (with ANIQUE RADIANT HEART): STORIES AND SONGS FROM THE DREAMTIME in the Assembly Rooms.

If you have pain and trauma in your life or body, and you are worried about your spiritual well-being, Auntie Bilawara will work with her Ancestors to bring you a powerful healing in mind, body and spirit. In an ancient healing circle combined with her own compelling psychic ability she will bring you messages from your Ancestors to help you discover your inner wisdom.

Bilwara

Aunty Bilawara Lee is an Elder of the Larrakia Nation of Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.  She is acknowledged and respected nationally and internationally as a healer and teacher of the ancient wisdoms of Aboriginal Spirituality and Healing. She is an Authorised Marriage Celebrant and an internationally published author with two books:”Star Dreaming” and “Healing from the Dilly Bag”.