We gather in the heart of Australia at Uluru to share the timeless wisdom (kanyini) of the Aboriginal Elders and the Grace of the sacred and powerful sites in this area. This retreat includes time camping on the land and cultural activities with an Aboriginal family, living in the old ways, in community out on the land. In this beautiful retreat at the most sacred site in Australia, Andrew Harvey will share his insight and practical wisdom on his life’s work, Sacred Warriorship and why it is vital to protect Mother Earth and stand up as a sacred warrior in support of indigenous people and sacred sites, supported by Indigenous wisdom from elder Bob Randall on the importance of connection with country and from his wife, Barbara on the practicalities of working in successful partnership with Indigenous people. We will have the assistance of the download of energy and connection with Mother Earth at this, one of her most powerful and sacred sites connected with the Wisdom of the Heart.
• Sacred Activism Teachings from Andrew Harvey.
• Guiding at sacred sites with Jeremy Ball.
• Aboriginal wisdom teachings with Tjilpi Elder Bob Randall and his wife Barbara Randall
• Aboriginal cultural experiences on the land including gathering bush tucker, song and dance led by Dorothea Randall and other family members
• Accommodation, some meals and park entry fee.
DAY 1, 23 May, Arrive Ayers Rock Airport
Arrival and transfer to our hotel at Yulara. Early evening gather as a group to unite energies and set the scene for our time together on sacred land. (D) (Included meals B = breakfast, L = lunch, D = dinner)
DAY 2, 24 May, Uluru
Welcome to country with Tjilpi elder and guardian of Uluru, Bob Randall and his wife Barbara who will talk to us that evening about what country means to Indigenous people. Uluru base walk, meditations and teachings at specific sacred sites along the route, and picnic lunch. Return to our accommodation for a rest. Sunset at Uluru. (B)
Bob & Barbara Randall
DAY 3, 25 May, Kata Tjuta
We drive to Kata Tjuta for a full day at this exquisite sacred place with guided walks, picnic lunch, meditations and teachings along the way. Return for a rest followed by dinner and an evening talk with Andrew Harvey. (B, L)
DAY 4, 26 May, Cultural Activities on the land
We will camp on sacred Aboriginal land, with an entire indigenous family, enjoying cultural activities such as gathering bush tucker, song, dance, painting and time to just be on the land. (B, L, D)
DAY 5, 27 May, Cultural Activities on the land & Seminar
More cultural activities and learning of Aboriginal wisdom on sacred land. We return to our accommodation in the afternoon for a rest and cleanup. Evening discussion about the heart of activism and what our planet means to us and why we must protect her. (B, D)
DAY 6, 28 May, Fly home
Transfer to Ayers Rock Airport for the journey home. (B)