Wiradjuri woman, Jaja Dare, illustrates that there are many pathways to presence as she shares her unique practice and commitment to being aware, grounded and connected to self, others and the Earth.
In this powerful, final episode of Season 1, Jaja talks about her daily practice of checking and tuning in; deep listening, what it is and why we need more of it; the importance of nature and connecting back to country; healing, music and self-expression; and the Decolonise movement, Black Sovereignty and how important it is for everyone, black and white.
- Jaja’s process for practicing awareness.
- The importance of staying connected to oneself, others and nature.
- Dealing with discomfort, a doorway to connection and understanding.
- Deep listening, what it is and why we need more of it.
- How we often seek comfort over freedom and give up the richness of life as a result.
- Jaja speak about the Decolonise movement, what it is and how we can all play a part.
PLUS, the intelligence of the body and how to access it.
Links and resources:
- Listen to the podcast and read more about Decolonise.
- Read about the importance of Black Sovereignty.
- Enjoy Indigitube and First Sounds, First Nation's media and music for free.
- Practice with this guided process for connecting in.
- Download a free guide on quieting the mind and increasing happiness.
- For more about me and what I do, visit my website
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Produced by Jen Hill on Kaurna land. Music by Gary Martin.