Ceremonial attire for a woman of Celtic Norse descent living on Aboriginal land in Australia
#shamanicdrum #culturereclamation #deerspiritguide #shamantools #shamanicceremony #shawoman #seaeaglefeather #vikingcompass #clapsticks (a gift from Gordon of the Tiwi Islands and Cyril Campbell from Quandamooka, Australia) A performance piece funded by the International New Earth Institute of Collective Wellbeing.
How to do a Shamanic Journey
Shamanic Journeying Techniques For Beginners Are Shared Here Along With Step By Step Instructions On ‘How To’
Finding your spirit guide
Understanding what is a Spirit Guide and how to connect is discussed in this article Do I have a spirit guide? My sense is that we are all of spirit re-born into this physical form and this life time, and that we are at essence magical beings ourselves. We arrive with the bloodline of those […]
Blessings on Singing Up Spirit of the Land
Welcome to Country by Uncle Bob Anderson at the opening of Singing Up Spirit of the Land. Raymond Walker eldest grandson of Oodgeroo of the Tribe Noonuccal reads his grandmothers poem Glad Tomorrow, blessing song and Garinga da Gana. He shares the translation. Film and editing by Paul Bishop.
Singing Up Spirit of the Land, March 28 – May 9 2021
Distinguished Ngugi elder and Quandamooka Traditional Owner Uncle Bob Anderson (Dr. Robert Anderson OAM) is the focus of art exhibition Singing Up Spirit of the Land. Contemporary digital and painted portrait work capture not just likeness of the elder, but spiritual meaning behind sand minings end on Minjerribah, North Stradbroke Island in 2019, a result […]
Fresh Water on Minjerribah
SIMO (Stradbroke Island Management Organisation) has compiled this resource concerning Minjerribah’s aquifer an ongoing issue, with over 60% of the mainland Redland city fresh water coming from the island. Aside from it’s cultural significance it is only refreshed by way of rain water which is of particular concern during extended periods of draught.
Blackened trees at the southern end of Canaipa three months after the island fire.
Jumpinpin and Minjerriba Drone Footage Gallery