It’s been a while since the last news update. The Quilt has been steadily growing and I awakened this morning with a clear thought to bring the Quilt to Little Grandmother ( Keisha Crowther, Shaman and Wisdom Keeper of the “Tribe of Many Colours.”)
Many thanks to Little Grandmother for her encouragement and support; and for her blessings for the Quilt and its future journey. She also provided me the opportunity to speak about the project.
Some words from Little Grandmother’s Website: www.littlegrandmother.net:
“The Elders and Wise Ones are telling us that the time is now, that “We are the Ones we have been waiting for.” They have asked us to be the change we wish for, and to remember who we really are. My prayer for this time is that we can unite our heart consciousness, share our kindness and generosity with one another and become one—One Family of One Mother, One Heart and One Tribe.”
Since that day the Quilt has been “taking on a life of its own
Today I travelled to Adelaide to sew onto the Quilt the dolls that an amazing group of women have been making over many months. The centre is gaining in strength and intention as each part of the process is completed.
I wonder what will unfold next?
The quilt was exhibited at a “Be The Change Symposium” for which I co-facilitated – hopefully many more to come.
For more information bethechange.org.au | pachamama.org/
The purpose of the Symposiums is “to bring forth an environmentally sustainable, socially just and spiritually fulfilling human presence on the Planet.”
I was honoured to have presented the quilt at a Women’s Retreat run by Gill Moxom (healinghouse.com.au)
We shared a very sacred few hours blessing and activating the healing energies of the quilt.
Thank you to all of you for your loving intention and blessings.
Mum found her element in making dolls. She proceeded to make another 20 dolls with my sisters joining in on another day.
The amazing women in South Australia have also been working lovingly on making dolls. I feel so humbled by the extraordinary power of women when we come together. Below are photos of some of the South Australian girls and the many dolls they are making.