Life Cycle Living
Sacred Fire Alice Springs
March 23-24, 2019

In our race toward progress and increased productivity, our culture has forgotten so much. All life has a powerful cyclic order. Living with an awareness of life’s cycles aligns us with this natural balance, helping us to lead more connected, empowered lives.

When we adopt this perspective, we discover that life can be easier and more fulfilling than we thought. For example, each stage of our life has an important role to play in naturally producing gifts and opportunities that are readily available, if we understand how to identify them. Ancestral traditions understood this explicitly and worked to maintain this awareness for common benefit.

The Sacred Fire Community is working to reintroduce this awareness so that we and our families and communities can once again benefit from these life currents.

We hope you will join us for this opportunity to explore these invaluable perspectives with our community.

Pricing

Adults – $40 AUD

Registration

Registration is now open!

To register please contact Reyna Menadue.

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Schedule

Saturday: 9:30am – 5:30pm  Please bring a sack lunch.

Sunday –  9:30am – 1pm

Information

For more information or if you need assistance, contact Reyna Menadue:
Email: rmenadue@nullgmail.com
Phone: 0437060314

Prema Sheerin is a healer, life coach and teacher, and is the developer of several Sacred Fire Community Lifeways programs, including “The Peaceful Dying Project.” Prema has been initiated as a mara’akame (shaman) in the indigenous Huichol tradition of Mexico and also spent 20 years studying and teaching yoga and meditation within the Siddha Yoga tradition. Prema offers Emotional Wisdom teleclasses as well as one-on-one coaching and healing sessions.

To find out more about Prema’s offerings, visit PremaSheerin.com.

Phil Roberts

Phil Roberts is a plant spirit medicine healer and Firekeeper for the Sacred Fire Community. Phil lives in Perth, Western Australia, with his wife and four children. Through his work Phil is committed to supporting people to help build community around sacred fire and to also connect more deeply with the natural world.