Category Archive: Writings on the Land

Turning Inward…Gathering Seeds…Autumn in the Air

Went for a walk around the house to stretch my neck and check out my herbs and veggies, as the turning in starts, today I felt and saw the first signs of Autumn… Continue reading

One

Every part of this Land is sacred to the people I hold close to my heart, Every single gum leaf, coastal cliff, mountain valley, and desert, Every vapour of eucalyptus, peppermint, tea tree… Continue reading

Winter Solstice Blessings

  Our Nature cycle brings us the longest night once more, To my West the sun will set and the darkness fall. Gums are in flower; my Earth’s not sleeping at its core,… Continue reading

Breathing Deeply

The howling winds hitting the coast and where I live remind me of the gift of breath and the importance of breathing deeply, as Nature whips up a storm we are also reminded… Continue reading

Sacred Teacher

If I look only at the top of the mountain, I may miss the fossils, caves and crystals along the mountainside that can teach me about time and my place in the universe.… Continue reading

Water Memories

  As the mist rises from the valleys around me I breathe in the moisture in the air – Water droplets, mist modules of memories. Water not only holds our reflections, but our… Continue reading

Sorry

60,000 years ago the inhabitants of this land were just sitting here, living in the moment. What a deep spirituality these people had, a wonderful sense of community, and a connection to all… Continue reading

Paying respects on this day 26th January 1788

Today I deeply honour the ancestors of this land and those of the dreaming, I honour and respect the Worimi people who are a part of the land where I live and all… Continue reading

Hekate’s Day and Rebuilding

Today as the calendar folds back I am reminded that today is 2 years and 10 months since my Dad left his cancer riddled body behind and soared high on Hekate’s day. Today… Continue reading