A Place Called Home

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A Place Called Home

A Place Called Home

ISBN
5d5489a5-55b4-3361-9f37-6a61e8ca3f00
This book is about Australian Aboriginal Mindfulness Healing Trauma for anyone who is a survivor of trauma or going through trauma, young and older survivors. Some of you may be adults now. Ms. Middletent shares with you some of her coping techniques that helped her through her rainy days as a young girl and today. Through practicing the Children Of The Light Meditation, painting the Australian Aboriginal art, writing, and growing up outside in nature has helped her in her own healing therapy. Ms. Middletent is from the Kabi Kabi Tribe, her great-grandmother is "Towcha," a tribal woman from the Nossa River of the "Dulingbara Clan" Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia. Later, Towcha was also known as Queen Maria of Childers. Carmel's Father side of the family name is Trapp related to the Von Trapp Family. Carmel is still searching for her son Rodney Trapp -(Antony Douglas Koplick) and her sister Caron Trapp. Ms. Middletent was home recently and for the first time saw a picture of her great-grandmother Towcha and realized that this was the same lady she saw in her dreams. If it wasn't for Ms. Middletent moving to America, she would never have met her mentor in the USMC, a cultural heritage specialist/anthropologist/archaeologist in Twentynine Palms, California, who taught her all about the Australian Aboriginal art at an ancient Native American petroglyph site. Carmel would not be writing this book and painting in the Australian Aboriginal art if it were not for her mentor. Today Carmel is an Australian Aboriginal Fine art Illustrator, an Author and meditation teacher of "Children of The Light Meditation style. For upcoming lectures about Australian Aboriginal Mindfulness Healing Trauma email. pfhillc@gmail.com
  • Categoría BISAC JNF007050
  • Formato Epub 2
  • Idioma Inglés
  • Año 2020
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