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Arrernte Country ✦ Women's Rose Ceremony with Abuela Xquenda

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Beautiful woman,

Welcome home, through the rose ceremony, start your journey back to the home that lives in you...

Just as our path is full of flowers; it is also made of thorns; as it is above so it is below, as it is light it is dark. The question is that we are closing ourselves off emotionally due to our scars, we are afraid to feel and open up to love so as not to be harmed, we are afraid of showing our vulnerability; yet, we also miss out on tenderness, compassion, wonder, joy, and bliss.

We are designed to be connected physically, emotionally, and spiritually. The rose works as a connecting bridge to the source of all our love: ourselves.

In addition, the rose has antioxidant, healing, antiseptic and ceremonial properties.

The rose has a high vibration of 370 mhz and when in contact with it, the vibration frequency rises; it also activates the healing memories of our body.

Through this ceremony we reconcile with our feminine self, looking at our wounds with compassion, awakening sweetness, tenderness and sensuality. We give ourselves permission to open ourselves to love and take life. Are you ready?


✧ A mat.

✧ Blanket.

✧ Dress in white clothes (dress ideally).

✧ A white candle ~ this represents your own light, ideally bring one in a transparent glass container.

✧ Your favourite cup.

✧ A pen and a notebook to write.

We will start at 6:30 pm. Please make sure to arrive 15 min before to get settled. The ceremony will go for around 2 - 2,5 hours.


Near Alice Springs. Exact location will be sent to those who confirm. 


✧ $150 per person. As the space is very limited, there are no tiers for this event.

✧ Limited scholarships available for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

✧ 10% of proceeds goes to Pay The Rent.


✧ Abuela Xquenda, Mexico. Tarot reader, Tonalpouke (who reads the accounts of destiny). Certified in herbalism, traditional Mexican medicine and Mexican literature in Indigenous Languages. Co-Founder and Director of the Meyahuel Intercultural Center. Elder / Grandmother and pioneer in the sowing of the Moon Dance in Chile. With more than 30 years of experience, she is preserving and spreading traditional medicine.

✧ Eurice, Mexico. Water engineer and fluvial constellator. Helps you identify patterns and blockages on a personal (physical, emotional, mental, spiritual) and systemic (family) level through different tools. Certified in Mexican Literature in Indigenous Languages. Tonalpouke (Ancient Mexican Astrology). Co-founder of the Meyahuel Intercultural Center.

✧ Pau Tlanezi, Chile / Australia. Researcher and apprentice of Mexican and Andean traditions. Companion of healing processes with master plants. Cultural Bridge. Moon Dancer in Citlalicue, Chile. Founder of Colibri Temple, Kintu Artisans and Colibri Spirit Foundation.

We acknowledge and offer our respects to the Traditional Custodians of Arrernte Country.

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