Deep Listening Stories Of Country

Deep Listening-Stories Of Country

Podcast: Deep Listening-Stories Of Country
Hosts: Dr Benjamin Nickl and Tracey-Anne Cameron
Category: Society & Culture
Sub-Category: Culture & Identity, Religion & Spirituality, Universities & GLAM
First Episode: 2023

Deep Listening-Stories of Country is a podcast inspired by Dadirri (Deep Listening) practitioner and expert Dr Miriam-Rose Ungunmerr. The word, concept and spiritual practice that is dadirri (da-did-ee) comes from the Ngan’gikurunggurr and Ngen’giwumirri languages of the Aboriginal peoples of the Daly River region (Northern Territory, Australia). For more information, visit the Miriam Rose Foundation webpage. Deep Listening is an inner, deep sense of quiet and still awareness that rests inside of us. The Deep Listening podcast follows those reflections that connect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s special respect for Nature and spiritual bond and profound care for Country. In each episode of Deep Listening, Benjamin and Tracey, who both lecture at The University of Sydney, invite guests who share stories about themselves and their connections to Country in a generous spirit of truth-telling. Image: Brent Emerson. Funding: The University of Sydney’s DVC-Indigenous Strategies and Services One Sydney Many People grant scheme. Amy Davidson: transcripts (Ep 2-6). Thanks to Associate Professor Chris Evans, Helen Wolfenden, Supported by The School of Education and Social Work and The School of Languages and Cultures at The University of SydneySpecial thanks to Dobby: for permission to use parts of his song Dirrpi Yuin Patjulinya.

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