Book launch and workshop in Canberra this coming weekend

Book launch: Nudges from Grandfather: Fri 16 September, 5:30pm @ Harry Hartog Bookshop, Woden PlazaHealing Rainbow

Spirituality and Social Transformation Workshop: Sat 17 September, 9:30am- 4:30pm at Mary McKillop Conference Centre, Archibald St, Lyneham ACT
Workshop Registration: $65 Student; $80 Concession; $100 Adult
How can we actively value Indigenous cultures in the 21st century? This workshop introduces some Indigenous ways of being. It offers ways to transform your vision and to discover that appreciating the spiritual dimension of reality can transform your life work and the lives of others.

Dr Chris Kavelin (hon. Research Fellow at the Australian Catholic University) has a PhD in Law with a thesis on the protection of Indigenous medical knowledge. He works to support the sovereignty of traditional healers around the world. His latest book is Nudges from Grandfather: Honouring Indigenous Spiritual Technologies. Chris’ father was a psychologist who specialised in Indigenous psychology. They lived on the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming where Chris experienced his own spiritual and cultural blindness. This awareness, combined with learning the practice of humility as a means of restoring vision has informed his research methodology ever since.

BOOK LAUNCH RSVP: woden@harryhartog.com.au or ph: 6232 5832
WORKSHOP BOOKINGS AND INFORMATION: Christine Watson MOB: 0450 104 386 PH: 02 6230 7124 EMAIL: commonground@tpg.com.au BRING LUNCH TO SHARE, A NOTEBOOK AND WEAR COMFORTABLE CLOTHES

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I’m an author. My first book was Nudges From Grandfather, Book 1 in the series Honouring Indigenous Spiritual Technologies.  I have a PhD in Law on “The Protection of Indigenous Medical Knowledge: Transforming Law to Engage Indigenous Spiritual Concerns.” My father specialised in Indigenous Psychology and we lived and worked with several Native American communities. Read More...