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CLICK HERE for Sacred Parks of Australia Page As the late afternoon sun faded behind scrub-covered hills, I climbed from the rocky slabs and tidal pools up onto a hanging glade of green grasses and herbs. Staring at me from … Continue reading
CLICK HERE for Sacred Parks of Australia Page I recently visited a small corner of southeast Queensland’s Main Range National Park, referred to as Queen Mary Falls. Descending from the lookout above the falls into the gorge below, then gradually … Continue reading
Most domestic camels never get the chance to grow up properly. There’s a deep well of fundamental information they never learn about themselves, the world, and others.
4 Questions the same: Why do the human majority still relate to the natural world the way many men still relate to women?
Most domestic horses never get the chance to grow up properly. There’s a deep well of fundamental information they never learn about themselves, the world, and others.
Kaag originated from the rugged mountains north of the Wahgi Valley, New Guinea. One day, as we walked carefully along Kala creek looking for crayfish, I asked him his age.
To be truly consensually involved with horses, camels, and other living beings is a privilege from and for which gratitude and appreciation are the wellsprings.
We know each other much, much better than we allude to. We think, describe, and pretend that we are only a few years of age. But you and I are older than 500,000 years!
Spend a few minutes watching and listening as Uncle Bob talks about how the Land owns us…
Almost all indigenous peoples worldwide engaged in practices of generational Landcare – continuously. It was chief among their primary occupations and human responsibilities to the Earth. This sacred knowledge of Landcare was developed over thousands of years, passed on from … Continue reading