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Ancestral Lineage Healing Intensive (Byron Bay, Australia)

April 5, 2019 @ 10:00 am - April 7, 2019 @ 5:00 pm AEDT

| $650

Join Dr. Daniel Foor in this first intensive outside North America!

Everyone has loving and wise ancestors, and by reaching out for their support we access tremendous vitality for personal and family healing. In addition to supporting repairs with living family, our ancestors encourage healthy self-esteem and help us to clarify our destiny, relationships, and work in the world.

Participants will learn to relate safely and directly with family ancestors, both helpful guides and the dead in need of assistance. The work will closely follow Dr. Foor’s book, Ancestral Medicine: Rituals for Personal and Family Healing. Expect to engage lineage ancestors in heart-centered ritual through prayer/song, visioning practices, and group dialogue. There are no prerequisites, however, prior experience with inner work and relating with spirit guides/teachers are both helpful.

Folks new to ancestor work, adoptees, and those with a tough experience of family are warmly welcome. The training will be a trauma-aware, multicultural ritual container that embraces the relationship of ancestral engagement with cultural healing. Those with a healing arts practice will learn some new skills to support your work. Spaces are limited, and cost is $650 AUD for the three full days (10am-5pm each day). Some spaces are available for reduced cost/scholarship; please just inquire directly as we’re committed to keeping the work accessible. Indigenous Australian participants are welcome by donation. Preregistration and full training attendance requested. Registration is open (see link to the right).

We acknowledge this event is taking place on the ancestral lands of diverse Bundjalung people. We are in the process of opening dialogues with local Aboriginal folks to best understand traditional etiquette and ways to align with cultural healing efforts. We welcome ideas and connections toward this intent and encourage folks to become educated on the history of the land and to support local Aboriginal organizations.