Tag Archiv: Deep Listening

Featured Practitioner – Jennylee Taylor

In this episode Lucy gets to know practitioner of the month Jennylee Taylor from Breathe and Be You. They chat about about her passion for writing as a co author in Wild Women Rising: Women who carved their own path and two others books she has bubbling away based on her experience as a female ship and boatbuilder and her current work with soul retrieval. They talk about Jenny’s “Word of the Year” as an intention for the guiding the year, why have one, how they decide on one and take a dive into Jenny’s year of DEEP LISTENING in 2019 and what her word this year, FOCUS, means to her.  And so much more ….

 

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A yarn about how Dadirri, a Traditional Aboriginal Spiritual Practice, is still relevant in today’s Contemporary World.

Dadirri pronounced Da-did-ee is a traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander practice of inner deep listening and quiet still awareness and is from the The word, concept and spiritual practice that from the Ngan’gikurunggurr and Ngen’giwumirri languages of the Aboriginal peoples of the Daly River region (Northern Territory, Australia) and Aunty Miriam-Rose has introduced this deep spiritual practice to all Australians.

Sarah yarns with Lucy about how we can use the deep spiritual practice of Dadirri to help prevent emotional overwhelm and shares  how connection to Country creates a deeper connection to the earth, energy and Ancestors creating a space to sit in stillness and be held and renewed.