About the Hearth of Renewal
The Hearth of Renewal is all about healing and connection. Connection with our intuitive hearts and our ancestors, with the land, and with our communities. When all these things come together, we have a place of renewal, where we find nourishment, belonging, and purpose, in service to life.
Indigenous people across the planet have been crying out for many years for the rest of us to listen and to shift our ways. It's time we listened.
This work is based on three principals: Earth, Heart, and Ancestors, all coming together in our expanded communities, the Hearth of Renewal.
The three principles
The first is Earth Connection
The second is Ancestral Reconnection and Healing
The third is Love and Compassion.
When these three aspects come together, we have the Hearth of Renewal, a way to connect back to the land, back with our wise ancestors, and back to ourselves. From this place of connection and renewal, we can then take action in alignment with this, for the earth and for us all.
Hi, my name is Lure Wishes.
I was born on Dhunghutti Country on the mid-north coast of New South Wales in Australia, a town with a large Aboriginal population, and am of mostly Irish, ancestry.
I've had a calling to the land and to healing for many years, and to nature for my whole life. I've lived and worked with Aboriginal people throughout Australia, and in particular in central Australia and the Kimberley in the far north-west of Western Australia.
I’m deeply grateful for the kindness, generosity and welcome I have received from Aboriginal people along the way.
This work is the culmination of a lifetime of work and experiences, of the ways we can reweave our connection with all of life, to meet the challenges so abundant in our world today.
My training is in education, transpersonal counseling, breathwork, and heart and energy work. My experience includes wilderness guiding, adult and youth education, Aboriginal education, community development, project management and tourism.
I pay my respects to the Darug and Gundungurra people on the land on which I live, and acknowledge the Elders, past, present and emerging.