Weaving in the New Dreaming
In this podcast (episode 5), Garminungeena tells us about a concept and spiritual practice called dadirri (pronounced da-did-ee), a word from the Nauiyu (Daly River) area in the Northern Territory. Garmi is an authorised teacher of the healing practice of dadirri.
Below is an extract from respected Aboriginal Elder, Miriam-Rose Ungunmerr about dadirri:
It is our most unique gift. It is perhaps the greatest gift we can give to our fellow Australians. ... It is inner, deep listening and quiet, still awareness.
Listen to Miriam-Rose's explanation of dadirri , and read more about dadirri and her work at the Miriam-Rose Foundation website.
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My work in town planning and environmental law gradually led me to wonder whether western society had lost a crucial connection with 'something'. In exploring what that 'something' might be, I looked to Indigenous knowledge and in doing so, became enthralled with the intriguing yet very complex concept of multi-dimensional songlines.