Upcoming Events

I am slowly making my way back out into the world after a period of recovery, rest and retreat and wanted to invite you to join me at three gatherings where I’ll be sharing stories of my experiences with Ongo: Everyday Nonviolence, Mindfulness… and some of my poetry.

Some of you may have heard of my journey these last six month while others may not. The short story—I developed a rare form of Ovarian Cancer earlier this year. As part of my treatment, I chose to have major surgery which successfully removed the malignant tumour. Six months later… I have had two clear blood tests. Getting cancer was a definitely a surprise and I leant into a time of reflection, integration, practice, tears and reckoning, poetry and deepening my research into death and dying!  I am grateful for the people who are hosting and helping with the following programs—life is a mystery and I am moving with it.

I hope you can join me soon. It would be lovely to see you again.

Online DROPPING INTO LIFE: THE INVITATION AT DIAGNOSIS AND THROUGH RECOVERY

An Evening of Conversation and Poetry

Wednesday 20th July 7.30-8.30pm AEST – Sydney NSW

An evening of conversation, poetry and taking a ‘community breath’ together with my friend and colleague, Mel Greblo from The Coterie Global. Wednesday 20th July 7.30-8.30pm AEST online. Here is the link to register. Please note that if you are not a member of The Coterie you will need to scroll down a wee bit to see the next line that says… Get tickets  $10. 🙂  If you are unable to pay please email me as I don’t want you to miss out. I will send you a link to join.

Online MOURNING AND CELEBRATION CIRCLE 

Monday 8th August 2022 7-8.30pm AEST  Free to participate. 

We will use the Ongo week 8 practice.Everyone is welcome. To register click here. If you’d like to be a support person during the session please let me know x  If you would like me to email the link

In Person DYING TO KNOW DAY- Woolgoolga

Death Doula, Green Burial, Grief circle, Honest Conversations and Poetry—In-person

The Dying to Know Day is a national event supporting education and services for learning about issues related to death and dying. There is an in-person event at Woolgoolga Community Gardens on Sunday 7th August 9am-1pm Click here for more details.

I hope I will see you at one of these events.

Much love, many blessings,
Wendy

PS  Ongoing Ongo Practice

For Ongo friends, Nicole Morton and Tracey Steddy are co-hosting an online Ongo program starting Monday 25th July, 9.30am AEST.  Nicole, along with some friends, will also be holding weekly pop-up Ongo sessions at other times using a variety of Ongo chapters. You can just turn up to the pop-ups whenever it suits you. Everyone is welcome. Visit here for updated schedules and links to join.

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