I've had the luxury of visiting Tasmania and Sydney, as well as other parts of AU on TWO occasions (huge thanks to the friends who helped me get there!!!). When I stepped foot into the misty, moss-laden forest at Cradle Lake, TAS, I felt myself "home" for the first time.
My mind recited the following #Phish lyrics,
"I wanna live beneath the dirt
A tiny space to move and breathe
Is all that I would ever need.
I'd like to live beneath the dirt
Where I'd be free from push and shove
And all that's swarming up above."
And I began to ponder that somehow, part of my Soul is deeply connected to the land, as well as Aboriginal culture of which I know next to nothing. Kinda awe-inspiring to recognize I'm developing a seemingly parallel, holistic, quantum healing practice that effectively aligns Higher and lower selves, releases chronic pain and dis-ease, and helps sensitives stay present to navigate 3D... much like the beautiful healers mentioned in this article!
The past IS meeting the future in the present moment through YOUR human Self right here and now. Pay attention. Open to receive and set intention to integrate information safely, gracefully, at the perfect rate for you. You don't need anyone outside of yourself to align with YOUR Source and/or its inherent guidance.... The current cosmic energy will *not* be forced or manipulated; it's to be received, witnessed and experienced.
"She said the most comparable form of alternative medicine to Ngangkari healing was reiki, a Japanese technique for stress reduction.
"Depending on a client's problems, Ngangkari healers offer three main techniques — a smoking ceremony, bush medicines or spirit realignment.
"The healer identifies where the issues are and, through a specific method of healing, which is called panpooni, they take away whether it's pain, a blockage, or some kind of obstruction, with their hands," Ms Panzironi said.