Led by Ceane Towers and Shane Mortimer
The simplest things are often the things that are forgotten and left behind in this busy world we live in; often we are forgetting our own Identity. It’s time to remember where we Belong.
People who attend this spiritual retreat Ceremony will experience being one with self, each other and the land around them. The work shop will focus on Self, Family/Community and Country Healing that will be achieved through connection with oneness and deep Listening Skills.
We will take the time to slow down to bush time away from our busy every day lives and link in with the oneness within and around us through quiet reflective times as well as sharing some of our stories. We will connect with our free creative spirit and express our well intent to our futures whilst learning and utilising Aboriginal Practices.
This course is part of Silver Wattle’s annual Indigenous Spirituality series.
Cost: Three day course $420 (single room) / $280 (twin share/concession) includes all meals and accommodation
Ceane Towers is an Aboriginal woman with roots from the Wiradjuri, Gamilaraay, and Darug region in her mother’s tongue. Her father is an Australian from European heritage. She has studied, performed and taught Aboriginal dance for over 25 years and is an artist and a healer.
Ceane has a Bachelor of Education in Indigenous Education; and Masters Degree in Indigenous Social Policy. She has studied Narrative Therapy Counselling and encourages you to tell your own stories. She says, “Just because a million people think one way and one thinks the other way, does not necessarily mean the one is wrong”. She is a believer of reading between the lines.
Ngambri Mingku aka Shane Mortimer is a Namadji Nation Ngambri man, and Allodial Title holder of the land also known as Canberra. He is passionate about his ancestral connections to Ngambri country since the beginning of time.
Shane (Mingku) has a Bachelor of Counselling and has worked to support many vulnerable people from all walks of life. In 2016 he created an international legal precedent when he was awarded an interlocutory injunction to stop the transfer of land title in the ACT based on his assertion of Allodial Title. In 2019 he gave the “Welcome to Country” and a 30 minute opening address to the National Council of Churches, challenging them to see that Australia and the Crown, in granting land to “The Church” knowingly & consciously granted land with defective title.