Healing Principles and Self-Healing Retreat

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People from all around the world travel to study at the University of Damanhur, so we are pleased to announce that we have the one off opportunity to have, for the first time in Australia, a residential retreat drawing upon the collective knowledge and experience of Squalo and Tridacna, gifted healers  and teachers from Damanhur, a conscious community in Northern Italy . Both having dedicated the majority of their lives to understanding and living the principles of a healthy mind, body and spirit. They will be sharing teachings and practices from the School for Spiritual healers and the School of Alchemy of which the knowledge has been drawn from many ancient forgotten traditions. They will also introduce the use of Selfica tools. Selfica is an ancient technology. Its use dates back to the Egyptian, Etruscan, Celtic and Minoan civilizations. Legend says that it was also present in Mythical Atlantis.

This retreat will be of interest to those seeking healing or deepening their knowledge and practice in the arts of health and healing whilst receiving guidance on how to direct vital and intelligent energies to perform different functions connected to wellness, amplifying perceptions and personal development.

Our own local gifted sound healer Charles Snelleksz-Mathelot will be co facilitating a sound healing/guided meditation during the retreat.

In following with the principles of Damanhur and the organisers, this event has purposefully been kept at a very reasonable price to make it accessible to all who feel called to come along.

Venue Details:


Upcoming Matches 

Date Place
Contact Booking

Retreat OPTION A
July 22nd, 23rd, 24th 2016
Friday 12noon til 10pm, Saturday 9am to 10pm, Sunday 9am to 10.30am

Retreat OPTION B
July 24th, 25th, 26th
Sunday 12noon til 10pm, Monday 9am to 10pm, Tuesday 9am to 10.30am

Mt Helena Retreat Centre of Theosophy,
1540 Bunning Road Mount
Helena WA 6082

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