Inner Deep Listening and Quiet Still Awareness

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Publication
Authors
Ungunmerr ( Miriam-Rose Ungunmerr )
 
Category
Essay  [ Browse Items ]
Publication Year
1988 
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[ private ] 
Abstract
NGANGIKURUNGKURR means ‘Deep Water Sounds’. Ngangikurungkurr is the name of my tribe. The word can be broken up into three parts: Ngangi means word or sound, Kuri means water, and kurr means deep. So the name of my people means ‘the Deep Water Sounds’ or ‘Sounds of the Deep’.

This reflection is about tapping into that deep spring that is within us.

Many Australians understand that Aboriginal people have a special respect for Nature. The identity we have with the land is sacred and unique. Many people are beginning to understand this more. Also there are many Australians who appreciate that Aboriginal people have a very strong sense of community. All persons matter. All of us belong. And there are many more Australians now, who understand that we are a people who celebrate together... 
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https://www.miriamrosefoundation.org.au/dadirri/ 
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