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  • By: Munya Andrews
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  • Length: 3 hrs and 13 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (28 ratings)

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This book invites you to step into the magical world of Aboriginal Dreamtime and to share in the world's oldest living culture - its ancient knowledge and spiritual wisdom. Inside are Dreamtime concepts that everyone can understand. Find out why the Rainbow Snake is called by that name, and why it is deeply revered. 

What special role does it play in traditional healing? What are sacred sites and how do they empower you? What does it mean to have kangaroo or possum dreaming? How can you discover your dreaming and what it can teach you? How does dreaming help you cope with and master life? What are dreaming eyes and dreaming ears? What are sorry rocks? 

Come on a journey with Aboriginal elder Aunty Munya as she guides you in discovering your purpose in life and how to walk in the footsteps of our ancestors. Learn what it means to truly belong and be family to everyone and everything.

©2020 Munya Andrews (P)2021 Munya Andrews
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A beautiful, humbling insight into Aboriginal culture

Listening to Aunty Munya talk about key elements of indigenous culture has been truly lovely. I feel inspired to have learned more about the oldest continuous culture in the world.

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Journey into the Dreamtime

Inthrawling captivating and extremely validating for the wounded healers in our communities well done Aunty could not of said it better and so privileged to have you share your dreaming with us all... I know as it has awoken my own healing potentials threw red sac knowledge unlocking subconscious internal ancestral knowledge...very grateful to have this knowledge imparted on me reinforcing unconscious memories from my grandmother and father... You surely have a gift...

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Nicely Aimed and Read

For someone born in the UK who moved to Australia at 30yo and 30 years later has never knowingly conversed with an Indigenous person, this was very easy to listen to and understand. References to various cultures was excellent and helped relate. Much of what I learned wasn’t so different from other cultures I’ve experienced. Many common elements. This stuff should be taught at school, it was only a few hours but so important!

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Amazing

Such an amazing and easy to understand guide on Aboriginal culture and spirituality. I especially enjoyed hearing about how aspects of Aboriginal spirituality and practices are reflected in other religions and cultures. Truly a demonstration of how we are all one.

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Thank you

A very informative listen and I would recommend, I learnt a lot listening to this book thank you.

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An introduction to Australian Dreamtime

Books are powerful when they present information that imposes the need for research, reflectiin and a desire to know more. This book does just that by not only presenting information but asking questions of the listener to further improve absorption. I am personally appreciative of the stories and songlines Aunty has been permitted to share in this volume as it allowed me to compare ancient "knowledge/a known feeling" of my own cultural origin in Nordland. This would be wonderful to add to school education curriculum to truly work towards understanding and reconcilliation.

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Fascinating captivating read

I loved this book. These types of books need to be taught in schools so Australians have a better understanding of Aboriginal Australian culture. Every country is different but deeply connected to the land through stories and song lines. Education is key. Beautiful work!

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  • 03-12-2022

Somewhat shameless self-promotion

The hawking of merch and personal services is a bit over the top, but there is insightful information here as well.

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  • 07-10-2022

Fascinating and illuminating

I was enthralled and learnt so much of value I have wondered for a while where I would learn this kind of knowledge

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