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Wurundjeri Country ✧ Black Obsidian Mirror Workshop with Grandmother Xquenda

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Event description

It is easy to love the beauty of oneself, our light; however, when we face our shadow, we don't want to look at it. The fact that we blind ourselves to our shadow does not mean that it ceases to exist.

Ignoring the shadow leads it to run rampant, to the destruction of others and yourself.

It is essential to look at the shadow: The obsidian mirror is a tool used by wizards and wise ones in Ancient Mexico, to go to the depths of the unconscious, to go to your underworld.

The reflection of the mirror is distorted, like a cloud of smoke... A smoky mirror that invites you to the depth of your own being, a journey of introspection.

Through this workshop you will learn tools to travel to the unconscious of dreams.

To develop your perception of subtle dimensions.

Learn about the shadow and how to manage it.

Learn to look at the hidden and transmute the darkness in you.

This workshop includes a Black Obsidian Mirror from Mexico.


✧ Drinking water

✧ Notebook and pen.

✧ Cushion to sit comfortably.

✧ Healthy snacks to share afterwards.


✧ We will start at 10:00 hrs. Please make sure to arrive 15 min before to get settled. The workshop will go for around 2 hours.


✧ Exact location will be sent closer to the date.


✧ There are different tiers available for this event. Limited tickets available as 'community' price.

✧ 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 Citlalkiawitl, 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 Wurundjeri Country.

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