Aboriginal Dreamtime Journal


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Imprint: Rockpool Publishing
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208 Pages


7 x 9


Paperback - Flexible plastic/vinyl cover

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Mel Brown is a professional speaker, author, and artist known for her expertise in cultural competency and lateral violence both nationally and internationally. Brown works with families and organizations to ensure Aboriginal children, who are unable to live at home, are not excluded from cultural connection to their families. She has a Masters in Indigenous Healing and Trauma from the Southern Cross University in Lismore, New South Wales, Australia.

This Aboriginal Dreamtime Journal offers a chance for you to better understand your own personal Dreaming, so that you can navigate your consciousness towards empowerment and self-healing.

Aboriginal Dreamtime Journal relates to the stories of creation, encompassing Aboriginal values, beliefs, and lore – essentially ancient wisdom passed down from the Ancestors.

The creation stories depict the values and the ways to live our lives, while being at one with Mother Earth and Father Sun. The ever-changing Dreaming allows our past to teach us how to live our lives in the present, so that our future is determined by the learning what we experience today. Use these messages to help you navigate your own journey as you use this beautiful interactive diary.
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