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Contemporary Aboriginal spiritualties and Religion expression in Australia- 1945 to the present

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Indigenous Australians Australian Aboriginal mythology Aboriginal Australians Australian Aboriginal culture Aboriginal land rights in Australia Religion in Australia Guboo Ted Thomas The Songlines Aboriginal Tasmanians
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Indigenous Australians Australian Aboriginal mythology Aboriginal Australians Australian Aboriginal culture Aboriginal land rights in Australia Religion in Australia Guboo Ted Thomas The Songlines Aboriginal Tasmanians
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The dreaming is a term referring to aboriginal beliefs about creation and existence. • The dreaming ties at the heart of aboriginal spirituality and hence is fundamental to all aboriginal cultures and societies. • The dreaming involves all knowledge and understanding in aboriginal societies, and hence incorporates all beliefs and practices of aboriginal communities. • The dreaming includes an explanation of the origins of the universe. → How the world came into being as a result of the actions of ancestral spirit beings upon the land. These ancestral beings can be found in animals, plants, humans or part humans. They determine the rules by which all living creatures should live by. • The dreaming is inextricably connected to the land, as the land is th...
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