Men's Lore Circle

The Men’s Lore Circle is a meeting place for men to come together and grow in Spirit. In these challenging times there is a need to connect that is not readily available in secular society. It is for men only.

The purpose of this Circle, is “to connect men through a program based on and acknowledging the culture and Spirituality (Dreamtime) of Australia's First Nations people, to achieve a state of Sacred Masculinity”.

Sacred masculinity is that state of being in which we can be truly male; connected in oneness through the Mother (Earth) to all creation; connecting from a place of love and respect. Protector, Guardian, Provider. Honoring the women in our lives, walking side by side with all sentient beings, acting with compassion and gratitude.


“From the Mother you were born and to the Mother you shall return. You are descended from Star Seed, connected through Spirit to Father Sky”


The circle is based on the Laws of Lore held by our patron and Lore holder, Aunty Mulara; who holds the Lore handed from countless generations reaching back to the very moment of creation. To the Dreaming. 

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“From the Mother you were born and to the Mother you shall return. You are descended from Star Seed, connected through Spirit to Father Sky”



We hold a deep respect for our First Nations People. 

Our Spirituality sets us apart; spiritual development is paramount. Right way; based on connection to Indigenous Lore and accountability. 


Ceremony is our cornerstone; sharing, supporting, yarning, teaching, guided meditation, music, communication with Elders and with Spirit.


In the tradition of indigenous peoples world wide, I acknowledge Spirit; the life force within every sentient being.


I acknowledge Mother Earth and Father Sky. I acknowledge the ancestors Grandmother Moon and Grandfather Sun.


I acknowledge Australia's First Nations People on who's land we dwell. I acknowledge the Jinibara people of the Woodford area and surrounds and their Elders, past, present and future.


I acknowledge the Adnyamathanha people of South Australia.


I acknowledge Aunty Mulara, Aboriginal Elder and Lore holder; our patron Elder and Lore holder to whom this circle owes its connection to Indigenous Lore.


I acknowledge Uncle Ken MacKenzie, Adnyamathanha Elder and Lore holder to whom we owe our connection to country and the songlines of the Flinders Ranges.