Australia (PRWEB) November 07, 2012
Author Bilawara Lee is an Elder of the Larrakia Nation of Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. In her new book, Star Dreaming, she sends readers on a fascinating odyssey of discovering the wholeness and boundless beauty within the human spirit and heart.
A spiritual healer and teacher, Bilawara reveals that she has a gift to help others understand and discover their inner wisdom. In 2006 she joined a group of women in the United States for the first International Gathering of Indigenous Grandmothers, acknowledged Wisdom Keepers of the World. Three more gatherings followed, the last one, which was held in Hawaii, resulted in the creation of Star Dreaming.
In her book, Bilawara brings words of wisdom from the Ancestral Spirits and Cosmic Grandparents and illuminates spiritual revelations that will awaken the reader to the special path of one’s spirit. Her work also includes a chronicle of her journey in creating the book, the philosophies behind the beliefs and practices and the ceremonies that will help anyone who is interested in living their life with Spirit. Bilawara says,
“This book will guide you to discover your spirit’s purpose. It is full of information and instructions on how to live spiritually in today’s rapidly changing society. It is a guidebook for your spiritual journey in life and beyond and how to do this without negative soul influences.”
Inspiring and truly one of a kind, Star Dreaming is a roadmap that will prove valuable for people who want to live a life of spiritual fullness and joy.
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About the Author
Bilawara Lee is an Elder of the Larrakia Nation of Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. She has over 62 years of experience working and being part of a vibrant Aboriginal family and community. She is acknowledged and respected as a communicator and teacher of the ancient wisdom of Aboriginal spirituality and healing in her community.
Star Dreaming * by Bilawara Lee
Publication Date: August 11, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 53 pages; 978-1-4771-4928-7
Trade Hardback; $ 39.99; 53 pages; 978-1-4771-4929-4
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