The Dreaming Path: Indigenous Thinking to Change Your Life

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Pantera Press, Feb 1, 2022 - Self-Help - 320 pages
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Tired of going around in circles?

The Dreaming Path ensures our life journey is one of fulfilment. The path has always been there, but in the modern 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.

It’s time to reconnect with your story and make it the best story possible.

Through conversations, exercises, Dreamtime stories and key messages, Paul Callaghan and Uncle Paul Gordon will 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.

Are you ready to connect with the Dreaming Path – to heal, renew and live a good story? It all starts with the first step.

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About the author (2022)

Paul Callaghan is an Aboriginal man belonging to the land of the Worimi people, located on the coast of New South Wales just north of Newcastle.For many years he has held senior executive positions in Aboriginal- and non-Aboriginal-related service areas, but eventually his desire to focus on community and individual wellbeing compelled him to start his own business.In addition to consultancy work, Paul is a motivational speaker, a storyteller, a dancer and an author. His first book, Iridescence: Finding Your Colours and Living Your Story, published in 2014, has received numerous heartfelt testimonials from around the world. In 2019 his manuscript of a novel titled Coincidence was shortlisted for the inaugural Daisy Utemorrah Award. The shortlisting inspired Paul to undertake a PhD in Creative Practice, for which he has written a second novel, titled Consequence.Paul’s passions are driven by his belief in the power of story to create a better world.

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