The Black Madonna: Reclaiming the Dark: Towards Full Feminine Consciousness

Joan Harcourt (assisted by Ali Golding – NAIDOC Elder 2010)
August 25-26, 2012

The Black Madonna is the sacred feminine rooted in a body living on the earth.  She has been burned and transformed by life. Through her loving acceptance of all of us, and valuing  the interrelatedness of all life, the Black Madonna brings us to wholeness.  At this time of world upheavals, she is coming to remind us of the sacredness of life, for the need to care for and nourish the earth, and ourselves and all sentient beings.
This experiential workshop offers an opportunity to deepen your own journey to self discovery; to have a body-felt experience of the sacredness of your own femininity, using images, dreams, meditation, ritual, movement, dance, discussion and art, in a safe, held, sacred space.


August 25-26, 2012, Saturday 7-9 pm, Sunday 10 am-4 pm.

How to Register:

Contact Joan Harcourt at or call (02) 9399 9389, mobile 04 2496 1601,


$120 (concessions available)