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The Dreaming Path: Indigenous Thinking to Change Your Life

ISBN: 9780648748953 ISBN: 9780648748953

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Tired of going around in circles? The Dreaming Path has always been there, but in the modern-day world, it can be hard to find. There are so many demands on us – family, health, bills, a mortgage, a career – that it can be hard to remember what’s most important: you.

Through conversations, exercises, Dreamtime stories and key messages, Paul Callaghan and Uncle Paul Gordon will sit you around the fire and share knowledge that reveals the power of Aboriginal spirituality as a profound source of contentment and wellbeing for anyone willing to listen. This ancient wisdom is just as relevant today as it ever was.

Themed chapters that bring together Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal worldviews invite you to reflect on:

Caring for our place and the importance of story
Relationships, sharing and unity
Love, gratitude and humility
Learning and living your truth
Inspiration and resilience
Being present and healing from the past
Contentment
Leading

The tools provided in this book will give you tips, practices, inspiration and motivation that can enable you to achieve a state of mind, body and spirit wellness you didn’t think possible.

Author: Paul Callaghan
Paperback
320 pages
15.4 x 23.4cm

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 20cm x 15cm x 1 cm

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