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Masonic Centre

199 Anzac Parade

Kensington, NSW

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with Jane Hardwicke Collings & Jane Meredith


Join us for a day of powerful ritual and magic:

~ Heal your relationship with your mother
~ Connect to the red thread we are born from
~ Create a spell of healing for the Earth


The Motherline… the thread that weaves from the beginnings of time… through our distant ancestors… ancient… our many-times great great grandmothers… our ancestry, our women’s line… through the body of our own mother… into us.

Sacred. The red thread. That gives us life and births us into the world.

How do we hold this motherline? Can we bring power and grace to it? Does it need healing, is it broken?

Join with others in a day to heal and celebrate, to create magic in sacred space, to journey together to find the essence of our connection and come alive in this relationship, to mothers, our mother, our mothering, and to the Earth.

We will travel in ritual and process through the spirals we find… through our motherlines, through our own lives and through the elements to weave a spell of deep healing and change.




Please note: BYO Lunch. Teas provided.





Jane Hardwicke Collings is a midwife, teacher, writer and menstrual educator. She gives workshops on preparation for menstruation, the spiritual practice of menstruation, and the sacred dimensions of pregnancy, birth and menopause, the wisdom of the cycles.
Jane founded and runs The School of Shamanic Womancraft, an international Women’s Mysteries School.

Jane Meredith is an author and ritualist. Her books include Journey to the Dark Goddess and Aspecting the Goddess. She teaches with the Reclaiming Tradition and is part of CloudCatcher WitchCamp. She is known for her deep, participative rituals and personal work.
Her website is: www.janemeredith.com

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