Join Mama D and friends and we weave ourselves in narratives of being truly present and what acknowledgement might mean for you and your kinfolk.
About this event
To be present and to be willing to be present to what is in the present is a gift of personhood that is rare and truly valuable.
To recognise reality in a consensual way, which implies a form of compromise and an admission that neither party holds the whole of the truth is a great thing.
To admit wrong or deceit; to accept honour and greatness; to concede an error; to believe in one’s truth: all of these are where acknowledgement is to be found.
In acknowledgement there is healing and an opportunity for repair and becoming whole again. In acknowledgement there is an opportunity to face ones fears and have them dissolve into a state of calm acceptance
What does acknowledgement require that we may have lost?
What might our personal or collective futures like if we can face ourselves and each other in acknowledgement?
We look forward to welcoming you into this auspicious space: