Reset & Activate – Community Gathering @ Sine Cera Retreat
“There is almost a sensual longing for communion with others that have a larger vision. The immense fulfillment of the friendships between those engaged in furthering the evolution of consciousness has a quality almost impossible to describe.” Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
After a lot of consideration, meditation and listening to the higher guidance; we’ve decided to organise a weekend that will bring together high vibrational souls – Light Workers, Light Warriors, Starseeds, Game Changers, Wayshowers, Healers – to activate and anchor the codes of Unity, Love, Peace, Integrity and Respect for All Life.
The gathering is by invitation only – you’re welcome to extend this invitation within your circles, to the Souls you believe would contribute to these activations.
Through powerful energetic activations and transmissions, we will together activate and anchor much needed energies into the ley lines of the region and beyond; yet there’ll be plenty of time to connect with each other and immerse into reflective and relaxing moments, exploring unique flora and fauna to awaken all of your senses.
This gathering has been inspired to bring the energies of people who connect deeply with Lemurian energies and frequencies or those who hold the template of 5D consciousness and above – As there are important ley lines which run from Easter Island through the south pacific ocean into Byron Bay, which is known to be the Energy portal for the Feminine Energy of Australia; moving all the way up to Uluru. These ley lines hold the frequencies of Lemuria and are there to be connected into to bring back love, higher consciousness living and to embody New Earth Frequencies. The calling for this weekend is to work with those energies within all who attend & the land; to bring back and anchor that energy for Australia & the planet as we assist with the Ascension of Humanity & Gaia.
Sine Cera Rainforest Retreat is located on 200 acres of spectacular rainforest gullies, pristine creeks and dramatic bushland ridges. It is home to the area’s most iconic flora and fauna, including rare and endangered species. Dawn at Sine Cera really is a symphony of birdsong.
Sine Cera adjoins the World Heritage Border Ranges National Park with its ancient Gondwana forests. These forests have survived since Australia was part of the ancient supercontinent of Gondwana that existed between 510 and 180 million years ago. Few places on earth contain so many plants and animals which remain relatively unchanged from their ancestors in the fossil record. Sine Cera connects us to some very ancient and important needs – the need to connect with the enormity and wonder of the natural environment and the need to connect with each other.