Gogo Nomzimane Dlamini

Gogo Nomzimane Dlamini

Biography

Makhosi Gogo Nomzimane Dlamini (KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa) is a much loved and respected spiritual elder and teacher in the Southern African lineages of the Thokoza Sangoma and Mandau (The holy water spirits). Gogo has been teaching for more than forty years in the majestic hills and valleys of KwaZulu Natal in South Africa and her students come from across the globe to train and nurture their paths in the ways of ancestors and African healing practices. Gogo walks with ancestors and the feminine Divine, taking us deeper into the ways of a powerful female spiritual leadership and queenship which permeates the sacred rituals, vessels and ways of spirit in South Africa.

 

PROGRAMME – ON-LINE TALK (together with Aja Marneweck)

THE PRE-RECORDED PRESENTATION WILL BE SHOWN DURING THE IN PERSON CONFERENCE

Walking with Ndlovukazi: the Sacred Pathways of the Queen

Gogo Nomzimane Dlamini connects to the Goddess Conference in this pre-recorded live conversation about Goddess, African female spiritual leadership and following in the footsteps of the Matriarchs, Ndlovukazi, the Great Elephant Queens. Filmed at Gogo’s homestead and traditional healing school in the sacred valley of Inkanyezini in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa, Gogo shares with us about the meaning of healing, her role as custodian of sacred ancestral land and customs, rooting us into the deep ancestral support of our inner sovereignty.

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