Join Charlotte Pointeaux, Internationally-Award Winning Wild Feminine Cycle Coach, Priestess and Shamanic Guide for our Summer Solstice Sacred Women’s Crcle held to mark the longest day of the year! Gather with soulful women for a night of sisterhood, self-care, meditation, shamanic journeying, movement all centred around the solstice celebration. Meet new friends and old, devote time to your spiritual practice, and celebrate the turning of the wheel of the year into high summer! Bookings are essential. Venue in Mittagong, Southern Highlands NSW Australia.
What your soul is and how you might relate or connect to it? What is the difference between spirit and soul? What is a soul journey? Your soul journey is a deep descent into finding your soul purpose. Wild Flow Podcast Guest Katara Sky is a guide for people journeying (willingly or not!) on the descent into their soul’s initiation, or awakening, which is when the ego dissolves and big questions about what life is all for anyway, are asked.
Beyond who you think you are, what you do, and the stage of life you’re at, you may or may not have an experience that prompts you to question everything and come face to face with your deepest, truest essence: your soul.
Welcome to Season 3 of Wild Flow Podcast with Charlotte Pointeaux!! I’m back for a juicy new season where we’re deepening into cycle awareness, exploring rites of passages, womb wisdom, and reclaiming our wild femininity. Join me in this Season intro where I share more about what’s to come, and how you can shape this podcast, plus, I guide you in an embodiment process and talk about the significance of the Equinox, called Ostara in the Celtic Wheel of the Year (southern hemisphere). I talk about
I guide you in an embodiment process and talk about the significance of the Equinox, called Ostara in the Celtic Wheel of the Year (southern hemisphere). Ostara is linked to big Maiden energy, and I’m sharing how she might show up for you, where, and how you can honour this point of the cycle.
the wheel of the year asks us to pay close, meaningful attention to the ever-turning seasons of the year, and invites us into a mindfulness practice of observing the 8 traditionally honoured sabbats.
Occurring every 6 weeks all year long, it’s amazing to realise that we don’t just have four seasons, there are actually 8 different energies at play. And where I live, the traditional custodians of the land, the Gundungurra people know there to be 6 seasons in the year.
In ancient times and traditional cultures, people lived in alignment with the 8 seasonal sabbats (festivals) of the year. Its how farmers knew when to plant, harvest and leave the earth bare. It’s how people knew when to tend the land, harvest fruits, and preserve stores ahead of a long winter. Nowadays we have lost this connection to the land because we don’t need it to survive: instead we can get food all year round, flown in from anywhere, so we never have to care for the land and what we need.
Traditional ways like this have been eroded by industrialisation, in search of what’s cheapest and most convenient. But this comes at a great cost. The soils are depleted, we are not getting the nourishment we need, climate change is almost at the breaking point of no return, and we are seeing extinctions at an unbelievable rate.
All because we forgot that we ARE nature: inside and out.
When we lose sight of ourselves as nature, we forget that we have inner seasons, we change everyday, and that this is a biological process necessary for our health and vitality.