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Sorce Studios presents: Water Awakenings ~ Monthly Events

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99 Lismore Road

Bangalow, NSW 2479

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Water Awakenings is a conscious collaboration creating activism through art and inspiration, gratitude and prayer, song, story and dance.

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Water Awakenings is a creation birthed by a collective of passionate artists, activists, family and community members, cultivating an energy of awareness around the protection, education and celebration of water.

Together we hold a unified intention to shine a light on the importance of water within our community and global family, creating appreciation and activism through art and inspiration, gratitude and prayer, song, story and dance.

We aim to empower our unique personal relationship with water, orchestrating solutions for a new way forward in our health and wellbeing, reaching even further towards the greater protection of waters circling the surface and inner core of the planet.

Our monthly water conscious events culminate with the cycles of the Full Moon.

As we move towards World Water Day March 22, 2020, each monthly event will feature a local artist who is active and passionate about raising awareness and uplifting the community around the protection and celebration of water.

A coming together of community with a collective vision to ENGAGE & INSPIRE.

Honour Educate & Celebrate Water

The Lifeblood Of Our Mother Earth

Water The Lifeblood Of Our Body

We Welcome You To Come Honour

The Waters Within You.

We invite you to join us for our first event……

INTRODUCING -

👑 WHAIA

Sonic Weaver

AOTEAROA / New Zealand

Whaia walks with an array of Singing Crystal Bowls and Taonga Puoro/Traditional First Nations Instruments creating her own unique cradle of embedded healing phonics.

Born in Hawkes Bay a Ngati Kahugnunu woman, Whaia was raised in the outback desert of Yindjibarndi country in the Pilbara, far North Western Australia. The arid harsh beauty of the land and her Aboriginal grandmother shaping her story from the age of 6.

Celebrating her culture and connection to source Whaia activates an ancient primordial voice that will no doubt rumble your inner jungle, soothe your bones and shake loose that which can serve your awakening process.

Whaia’s journey has taken her from the sounding bowl of Hervey Bay to the sacred heart of Arnhem land singing the Whale songlines with Aboriginal Mirning elder of South Australia, Bunna Lawrie & The Whaledreamers, touring 4 and a half years on stages all across the country.

Forming the bridge from Aotearoa to Australia Whaia aka Hineipurangi as she has been named by her Maori elders holds strong as Kaiawhina for Kurawaka Australia. ‘Kurawaka’ being a Maori Wahine teaching program founded by Te Raina Ferris, upholding the ancient woman’s rituals and rights of passage, delivering retreats and workshops open to all women on the east coast of Australia, ‘Empowering Women Through Culture & The Arts’.

With a depth of ochre in her skin and mana in her bones, Whaia has shared her sonic water ceremony at every event for the past 8 years, gifting the sacred waters directly from her crystal bowls to the people, to the land, with a collective intention of raising the vibration of waters across time and space. She’s a true warrior woman with a soft yet powerful delivery, entwining ones heart, body and spirit.

Join her for a tune up like no other.

Find more ... @ www.whaiacreation.com

💦 WATER TALKS

with...

Haydon Southpaw

Presenting on the structure and vibration of water.

Haydon Southpaw presents on the structure and vibration of water, it’s healing abilities and how everyone can benefit from awakening to its possibilities.

Touching on the importance of which type of vessel we use to carry water, he will be gifting all attendees with a glass “conscious” bottle while exploring this relationship.

Haydon found himself working with water after it serendipitously entered into his life, healed him on multiple levels and he’s been flowing with it ever since.

Six years of passion has seen him dive deeper into various aspects of water, he considers it his purpose to share his learning along the way to help others become self-empowered and reconnected with its magic.

He founded The Native Water Movement in 2016 to help connect everyone to healing waters and sacred knowledge, he invites you to open your mind and listen to your cells on this rippling journey.

✨ What to expect

6.00pm - DOORS OPEN

Welcome Songs with -

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6.30 - Water Talks with - Haydon Southpaw

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7 - 8.30 pm - Sacred Sonics with WHAIA

Please note doors will close at this time as we begin to create our sensitive sonic chamber.

Please bring something comfortable to lay on, a yoga mat, blanket, fluffy pillow and a friend.

✨ Cost....

$33.00 - Online tickets

$40.00 - Door price

Online tickets will be on sale up until 6pm on 12the December, or until sold out. There will be no door sales if the online tickets ell out.

✨ Please note - We have limited spaces so please grab your ticket early if you wish to attend!

Cost includes -

#ConsciousBottle - A beautiful glass bottle which can be refilled during the evening & is a gift for you to take home

Water Education Talks

Cultural Sharing

Sound Journey Activation

Light Refreshments

* Children 12 -16yrs welcome at 50% ticket price

* Please note* This event not suitable for accompanied pets.

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The Arts Yard

99 Lismore Road

Bangalow, NSW 2479

Australia

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