$35 adult, $25 concession, $15 child
Chapel by the Sea
95 Roscoe St, Bondi
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Cosmic Wheel is a fundraising organisation that creates inspirational community events bringing people together to experience connection, wholesomeness and authenticity. Cosmic Wheel invites individuals to take the ideas they receive and share it with their circles of influence to create a better society for all. All profits received from the events are donated to charities that are chosen specifically to empower other communities less fortunate than ours.
We are delighted to have two guest speakers Karen Swain and Sebastian Job presenting their work on bridging worlds together through the human experience.
Karen’s talk will focus on how it is possible to transform ones life through aligning energy and desire by reconnecting to your soul purpose and inner guidance. "I am all fired up about this era of the difference makers and watching people come alive with creative life changing ideas and self-empowerment. I love seeing people transform the way they think about themselves and go on to transform others. I just live for those Ah Haaaaaaa! moments when I speak with people. Life is changing rapidly and if we don’t keep up with our dreams we fall into those dull routines of our limiting habitual patterned responses which say, “I am not enough, I don’t make a difference and I can not have what I truly desire.”
Sebastian’s talk will focus on the psychoactive teacher plants and their offering to modern humans. On the one hand, we are arguably suffering from various forms of ‘disconnection’, and the living planet is certainly suffering along with us. On the other hand, the ‘teacher plants’ are often reported to provide a sense of profound ‘reconnection’ to the planet, to the biosphere, to the ‘Gaian mind’. Sebastian will share his research into this area, in the hope of opening up a conversation about the cultural, political, spiritual and psychological potentials of these plants, particularly for a shift towards more ecocentric societies.
Following talks will be dinner provided by our Jamabuana Team whose food will be inspired by the flavours of the Middle East including falafel, mejadra and fattoush salad. Special music performance by singer songwriter Mimi Gilbert will be performing her latest songs over dinner.
All profits will be going to the Fred Hollows Foundation to support doctors in Tibet and Burma to deliver a simple eye operation to stop children and adults from going blind.