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ANSD Friday afternoon meditation sessions 16 April – 2 July 2021

 

 

 

 

 

 

Breathing in the Presence of God

Lead me to the heart of life’s treasure,

that I may be a bearer of the gift.

Lead me to the heart of the present,

that I may be a sharer of your eternal presence.

John Philip Newell, Sounds of the Eternal: A Celtic Psalter

 

Judith will facilitate online meditation sessions over 12 weeks. 

We will be online for around 45 minutes depending on the size of our group, around 20-25 minutes of which each Friday will be in sitting meditation.

  In the opening weeks we will draw from the wellsprings of indigenous wisdom expressed in Miriam Rose Ungunmerr’s Dadirri.

Judith is a member of ANSD and has led ANSD Reflection days in Brisbane and the Gold Coast, QLD. 

She is a facilitator of weekly online meditation and is currently a mentor in the Deeptime Network online course,

applying the New Cosmology,  she is leading a small international group exploring contemplative cosmology. 

 

 

 

 

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Melbourne event – 20 May 2021 – Conversations between cultures

 

Melbourne event

 

 

Thursday 20 May

Rev Glenn Loughrey: ”Conversations between cultures”

Rev Glenn Loughrey is a Wiradjuri man from NSW and a priest at St Oswald’s Anglican Church. He is an artist who
fuses Indigenous art styles with Western forms of storytelling. He often uses his art to reflect on the diversity of
Indigenous identity and it’s disconnect from the dominant culture. He explores his own journey of discovery to
reclaim the sense of country on a personal and community level.

 

Format:  Face to face  (10:00 – 2:00pm)

Email Pamela for further information

 

 

 

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Canberra Event – 29 May 2021- Quiet Day

 

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Queensland event – 22 May 2021 – Trauma and Transformation – Lisa Coles

Queensland event

 – Trauma and Transformation

 

Date and time:

Saturday, 22nd May 2021

9:00 for 9:30am – 3:30pm

 

Presenter:

Lisa Coles

 

Venue:

St Francis Theological College, Milton

 

Tea/Coffee will be provided. BYO morning tea and lunch

 

RSVP:                  ansdqueensland@gmail.com

 

 

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Authors submitting pieces for Coolamon

The next date for submission of pieces for Coolamon is 15 September 2021

 

Click HERE for Coolamon Publication Guidelines

 

Authors, please read through the ‘Genres’ document (click HERE), to help guide you in the type of submission you are planning.

 

Please also read through the relevant Reviewers Guidelines (links below).

These will tell you very clearly what the reviewers will be looking for and you will be able to craft your submission accordingly.

Reviewer guidelines:

Guidelines for Academic Genre

Guidelines for Book Reviews Genre

Guidelines for Poetry Genre

Guidelines for Reflective Genre

 

 

Please know that if you have any questions or would like to discuss your piece with one of the editors, please contact us via editor.ansdjournal@gmail.com

 

Call for Reviewers

We are looking to expand our team of peer reviewers and encourage all who are interested in finding out how to support Coolamon in this way to contact the Coolamon Editorial Team at: editor.ansdjournal@gmail.com