Dear wild ones,
We hope you have been keeping safe and well during the challenging months of 2020 and that you have been continuing to find ways to connect with Mystery and the natural world.
The Committee of Soulcraft Australia & New Zealand Inc. (SANZ) has been meeting at least monthly to consolidate our policies and governance and to investigate ways to reach out to you, our community.
Some of you may be aware that Animas Valley Institute is continuing to offer some face-to-face as well as online programs in the USA. Unfortunately the online programs are held at times that make them inaccessible to us here (unless you want to be engaged between 2:00 to 5:00am our time!).
For some weeks now, we have been negotiating with AVI to arrange specific online programs to be offered at times suitable for Australian and New Zealand participants. These discussions are ongoing and, all going well, we will shortly be announcing some programs for early 2021.
In the meanwhile, we propose holding monthly online Nature & Soul Council gatherings, as a way for our community to remain connected and engaged with Soulcraft practices.
The first Council will be held in January 2021, and then monthly on the 2nd Wednesday of each month thereafter. Initially this will be offered only to those who have attended an Animas program in Australia.
Date: Wednesday 13 January 2021
Time: 6:00pm Australian Eastern Daylight Time (5:00pm in QLD, 5:30pm in SA, 3:00pm in WA, and 8:00pm in NZ)
Duration: approximately 90 minutes (depending on the number of participants)
Format: A Zoom meeting (with invitation and details to be circulated prior to each gathering)
Maximum number of participants: 12 (first in best dressed)
If you are interested, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your spot. We will then send you details including a theme, invitation to wander prior to Council and the Zoom link.
Details will be posted on the SANZ website and also promoted as a Facebook event, depending on the initial response.
We look forward to seeing you at a future Council.
Warmly and wildly,
The SANZ Committee
We acknowledge the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander traditional custodians of the lands on which we live, work and learn