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Cody Cancelled - Pitjantjatjara Elders booked instead!

George N.
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Melbourne, AU
Friends, an indigenous group has just now booked in place of Cody (couldn't make it to Australia), at 6pm instead of 4pm. Please do share, apologies for the late notice. Call 03 9752 5838 for more information. =



Sunday 21st April Desert Meets the Cities see http://www.dmtc.org.a...­ Short-Stories from the Desert evening workshop
Join Mr Murray George and Mrs Kangyini George for an evening of ancient stories, song and dance from the centre of Australia.
Sunday 21st April, 6pm - 8:30pm Bring food to share.
Location: Magpie House 48 Main St Upwey (Melways Ref 75A8, opposite Upwey Train Station)
Please call George on (03) 9752 5838 for bookings, see http://www.magpiehouse.com.au­ .
Recommended donation $20 conc / $30 full

More info below this photo. Session will be professionally videod. Murray and Kangyini George, Pitjantjatjara Elders from the APY lands of NW South Australia, are ready and raring to go for a fantastic weekend of meeting, greeting, sharing and teaching traditional desert culture in and around Melbourne. See below for a full list of their public engagements and workshops. Saturday's full day workshop is selling fast, and numbers are capped so please call Anthony on 0408 387 462 to avoid disappointement.
Due to demand, two events have been added: A free public talk on Friday evening at Minajalku healing Centre (7-8pm), and an evening "Short-Stories from the Desert" workshop in Upwey 6-8:30pm.
For those that haven't done so already, it's worth having a look at the Two Brothers Walking documentary trailer, of which Murray and Kangyini are part of. http://twobrotherswal...­
"Two Brothers Walking"­ is a documentary about spiritual people in spiritual country. It reveals the creative and regenerative force of Rainbow Serpent Dreaming that extends from central Australia to Far North Queensland.
Traditional owners give the filmmakers privileged access as they visit sacred country to record stories and practices for the first time. They are intent on preserving knowledge of the Dreaming for future generations.
The documentary is suitable for everyone interested in learning about Aboriginal ways of life in Australian."

Friday 19th April
Public Talk - open to the public
Join Mr Murray George and Mrs Kangyini George, Pitjantjatjara elders from APY lands of NW South Australia, as they talk about traditional desert culture and their dreams for a better future for all Australians.
7pm - 8pm Minajalku Healing Centre, Rossmoyne St, Thornbury
This is a free public event. Please RSVP via email (desertmeetsthecities@hotmail.com) or phone: Anthony 0408 387 462
(Tea and coffee provided)

Saturday 20th April
Stories from the Desert - Full Day Workshop
Join Mr Murray George and Mrs Kangyini George, Pitjantjatjara elders from APY lands of NW South Australia, for a full day workshop, learning ancient language, stories, songs and dances from the desert of central Australia.
9am - 5pm Minajalku Healing Centre, Rossmoyne St, Thornbury
Limited workshop spaces - by advance booking only
For bookings call Anthony 0408 387 462
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George & Christine Neo                              03 9752 5838

Magpie House Wholistic Centre 48 Main St Upwey Victoria Yogaplex Yoga School

http://www.magpiehous...­

http://www.yogaplex.c...­

"I have already told you evolution follows consciousness & not the reverse as is commonly believed." Mind Over Matter

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Friends, an indigenous group has just now booked in place of Cody (couldn't make it to Australia), at 6pm instead of 4pm. Please do share, apologies for the late notice. Call 03 9752 5838 for more information. =

Sunday 21st April Desert Meets the Cities see http://www.dmtc.org.a...­ Short-Stories from the Desert evening workshop
Join Mr Murray George and Mrs Kangyini George for an evening of ancient stories, song and dance from the centre of Australia.
Sunday 21st April, 6pm - 8:30pm Bring food to share.
Location: Magpie House 48 Main St Upwey (Melways Ref 75A8, opposite Upwey Train Station)
Please call George on (03) 9752 5838 for bookings, see http://www.magpiehouse.com.au­ .
Recommended donation $20 conc / $30 full
More info below this photo. Session will be professionally videod. Murray and Kangyini George, Pitjantjatjara Elders from the APY lands of NW South Australia, are ready and raring to go for a fantastic weekend of meeting, greeting, sharing and teaching traditional desert culture in and around Melbourne. See below for a full list of their public engagements and workshops. Saturday's full day workshop is selling fast, and numbers are capped so please call Anthony on 0408 387 462 to avoid disappointement.
Due to demand, two events have been added: A free public talk on Friday evening at Minajalku healing Centre (7-8pm), and an evening "Short-Stories from the Desert" workshop in Upwey 6-8:30pm.
For those that haven't done so already, it's worth having a look at the Two Brothers Walking documentary trailer, of which Murray and Kangyini are part of. http://twobrotherswal...­
"Two Brothers Walking"­ is a documentary about spiritual people in spiritual country. It reveals the creative and regenerative force of Rainbow Serpent Dreaming that extends from central Australia to Far North Queensland.
Traditional owners give the filmmakers privileged access as they visit sacred country to record stories and practices for the first time. They are intent on preserving knowledge of the Dreaming for future generations.
The documentary is suitable for everyone interested in learning about Aboriginal ways of life in Australian."

Friday 19th April
Public Talk - open to the public
Join Mr Murray George and Mrs Kangyini George, Pitjantjatjara elders from APY lands of NW South Australia, as they talk about traditional desert culture and their dreams for a better future for all Australians.
7pm - 8pm Minajalku Healing Centre, Rossmoyne St, Thornbury
This is a free public event. Please RSVP via email (desertmeetsthecities@hotmail.com) or phone: Anthony 0408 387 462
(Tea and coffee provided)

Saturday 20th April
Stories from the Desert - Full Day Workshop
Join Mr Murray George and Mrs Kangyini George, Pitjantjatjara elders from APY lands of NW South Australia, for a full day workshop, learning ancient language, stories, songs and dances from the desert of central Australia.
9am - 5pm Minajalku Healing Centre, Rossmoyne St, Thornbury
Limited workshop spaces - by advance booking only
For bookings call Anthony 0408 387 462
**********************************­************************** George & Christine Neo                              03 9752 5838 Magpie House Wholistic Centre 48 Main St Upwey Victoria Yogaplex Yoga School http://www.magpiehous...­ http://www.yogaplex.c...­ "I have already told you evolution follows consciousness & not the reverse as is commonly believed." Mind Over Matter ****************************************­*********************** Friends, an indigenous group has just now booked in place of Cody, at 6pm instead of 4pm. Please do share, apologies for the late notice. = Sunday 21st April Desert Meets the Cities see http://www.dmtc.org.a...­ Short-Stories from the Desert evening workshop
Join Mr Murray George and Mrs Kangyini George for an evening of ancient stories, song and dance from the centre of Australia.
Sunday 21st April, 6pm - 8:30pm Bring food to share.
Location: Magpie House 48 Main St Upwey (Melways Ref 75A8, opposite Upwey Train Station)
Please call George on (03) 9752 5838 for bookings
, see http://www.magpiehouse.com.au­ .
Recommended donation $20 conc / $30 full
More info below this photo. Session will be professionally videod. Murray and Kangyini George, Pitjantjatjara Elders from the APY lands of NW South Australia, are ready and raring to go for a fantastic weekend of meeting, greeting, sharing and teaching traditional desert culture in and around Melbourne. See below for a full list of their public engagements and workshops. Saturday's full day workshop is selling fast, and numbers are capped so please call Anthony on 0408 387 462 to avoid disappointement.
Due to demand, two events have been added: A free public talk on Friday evening at Minajalku healing Centre (7-8pm), and an evening "Short-Stories from the Desert" workshop in Upwey 6-8:30pm.
For those that haven't done so already, it's worth having a look at the Two Brothers Walking documentary trailer, of which Murray and Kangyini are part of. http://twobrotherswal...­
"Two Brothers Walking"­ is a documentary about spiritual people in spiritual country. It reveals the creative and regenerative force of Rainbow Serpent Dreaming that extends from central Australia to Far North Queensland.
Traditional owners give the filmmakers privileged access as they visit sacred country to record stories and practices for the first time. They are intent on preserving knowledge of the Dreaming for future generations.
The documentary is suitable for everyone interested in learning about Aboriginal ways of life in Australian."Friends, an indigenous group has just now booked in place of Cody, at 6pm instead of 4pm. Please do share, apologies for the late notice. =

Sunday 21st April Desert Meets the Cities see http://www.dmtc.org.a...­
Short-Stories from the Desert evening workshop
Join Mr Murray George and Mrs Kangyini George for an evening of ancient stories, song and dance from the centre of Australia.
Sunday 21st April, 6pm - 8:30pm Bring food to share.
Location: Magpie House 48 Main St Upwey (Melways Ref 75A8, opposite Upwey Train Station)
Please call George on (03) 9752 5838 for bookings, see http://www.magpiehous...­ .
Recommended donation $20 conc / $30 full

More info below this photo. Session will be professionally videod.


Murray and Kangyini George, Pitjantjatjara Elders from the APY lands of NW South Australia, are ready and raring to go for a fantastic weekend of meeting, greeting, sharing and teaching traditional desert culture in and around Melbourne. See below for a full list of their public engagements and workshops. Saturday's full day workshop is selling fast, and numbers are capped so please call Anthony on 0408 387 462 to avoid disappointement.
Due to demand, two events have been added: A free public talk on Friday evening at Minajalku healing Centre (7-8pm), and an evening "Short-Stories from the Desert" workshop in Upwey 6-8:30pm.
For those that haven't done so already, it's worth having a look at the Two Brothers Walking documentary trailer, of which Murray and Kangyini are part of. http://twobrotherswal...­
"Two Brothers Walking" is a documentary about spiritual people in spiritual country. It reveals the creative and regenerative force of Rainbow Serpent Dreaming that extends from central Australia to Far North Queensland.
Traditional owners give the filmmakers privileged access as they visit sacred country to record stories and practices for the first time. They are intent on preserving knowledge of the Dreaming for future generations.
The documentary is suitable for everyone interested in learning about Aboriginal ways of life in Australian."


Friends, an indigenous group has just now booked in place of Cody (couldn't make it to Australia), at 6pm instead of 4pm. Please do share, apologies for the late notice. Call 03 9752 5838 for more information. =

Sunday 21st April Desert Meets the Cities see http://www.dmtc.org.a...­ Short-Stories from the Desert evening workshop
Join Mr Murray George and Mrs Kangyini George for an evening of ancient stories, song and dance from the centre of Australia.
Sunday 21st April, 6pm - 8:30pm Bring food to share.
Location: Magpie House 48 Main St Upwey (Melways Ref 75A8, opposite Upwey Train Station)
Please call George on (03) 9752 5838 for bookings, see http://www.magpiehous...­ .
Recommended donation $20 conc / $30 full
More info below this photo. Session will be professionally videod. Murray and Kangyini George, Pitjantjatjara Elders from the APY lands of NW South Australia, are ready and raring to go for a fantastic weekend of meeting, greeting, sharing and teaching traditional desert culture in and around Melbourne. See below for a full list of their public engagements and workshops. Saturday's full day workshop is selling fast, and numbers are capped so please call Anthony on 0408 387 462 to avoid disappointement.
Due to demand, two events have been added: A free public talk on Friday evening at Minajalku healing Centre (7-8pm), and an evening "Short-Stories from the Desert" workshop in Upwey 6-8:30pm. For those that haven't done so already, it's worth having a look at the Two Brothers Walking documentary trailer, of which Murray and Kangyini are part of. http://twobrotherswal...­
"Two Brothers Walking" is a documentary about spiritual people in spiritual country. It reveals the creative and regenerative force of Rainbow Serpent Dreaming that extends from central Australia to Far North Queensland.
Traditional owners give the filmmakers privileged access as they visit sacred country to record stories and practices for the first time. They are intent on preserving knowledge of the Dreaming for future generations.
The documentary is suitable for everyone interested in learning about Aboriginal ways of life in Australian."

Friday 19th April
Public Talk - open to the public
Join Mr Murray George and Mrs Kangyini George, Pitjantjatjara elders from APY lands of NW South Australia, as they talk about traditional desert culture and their dreams for a better future for all Australians.
7pm - 8pm Minajalku Healing Centre, Rossmoyne St, Thornbury
This is a free public event. Please RSVP via email (desertmeetsthecities@hotmail.com) or phone: Anthony 0408 387 462
(Tea and coffee provided)

Saturday 20th April
Stories from the Desert - Full Day Workshop
Join Mr Murray George and Mrs Kangyini George, Pitjantjatjara elders from APY lands of NW South Australia, for a full day workshop, learning ancient language, stories, songs and dances from the desert of central Australia.
9am - 5pm Minajalku Healing Centre, Rossmoyne St, Thornbury
Limited workshop spaces - by advance booking only
For bookings call Anthony 0408 387 462
**************************************­********************** George & Christine Neo 03 9752 5838 Magpie House Wholistic Centre 48 Main St Upwey Victoria Yogaplex Yoga School http://www.magpiehous...­ http://www.yogaplex.c...­ "I have already told you evolution follows consciousness & not the reverse as is commonly believed." Mind Over Matter ****************************************­*********************** Friends, an indigenous group has just now booked in place of Cody, at 6pm instead of 4pm. Please do share, apologies for the late notice. = Sunday 21st April Desert Meets the Cities see http://www.dmtc.org.a...­ Short-Stories from the Desert evening workshop
Join Mr Murray George and Mrs Kangyini George for an evening of ancient stories, song and dance from the centre of Australia.
Sunday 21st April, 6pm - 8:30pm Bring food to share.
Location: Magpie House 48 Main St Upwey (Melways Ref 75A8, opposite Upwey Train Station)
Please call George on (03) 9752 5838 for bookings, see http://www.magpiehous...­ .
Recommended donation $20 conc / $30 full
More info below this photo. Session will be professionally videod. Murray and Kangyini George, Pitjantjatjara Elders from the APY lands of NW South Australia, are ready and raring to go for a fantastic weekend of meeting, greeting, sharing and teaching traditional desert culture in and around Melbourne. See below for a full list of their public engagements and workshops. Saturday's full day workshop is selling fast, and numbers are capped so please call Anthony on 0408 387 462 to avoid disappointement.
Due to demand, two events have been added: A free public talk on Friday evening at Minajalku healing Centre (7-8pm), and an evening "Short-Stories from the Desert" workshop in Upwey 6-8:30pm. For those that haven't done so already, it's worth having a look at the Two Brothers Walking documentary trailer, of which Murray and Kangyini are part of. http://twobrotherswal...­
"Two Brothers Walking" is a documentary about spiritual people in spiritual country. It reveals the creative and regenerative force of Rainbow Serpent Dreaming that extends from central Australia to Far North Queensland.
Traditional owners give the filmmakers privileged access as they visit sacred country to record stories and practices for the first time. They are intent on preserving knowledge of the Dreaming for future generations.
The documentary is suitable for everyone interested in learning about Aboriginal ways of life in Australian."Friends, an indigenous group has just now booked in place of Cody, at 6pm instead of 4pm. Please do share, apologies for the late notice. =

Sunday 21st April Desert Meets the Cities see http://www.dmtc.org.a...­
Short-Stories from the Desert evening workshop
Join Mr Murray George and Mrs Kangyini George for an evening of ancient stories, song and dance from the centre of Australia.
Sunday 21st April, 6pm - 8:30pm Bring food to share.
Location: Magpie House 48 Main St Upwey (Melways Ref 75A8, opposite Upwey Train Station)
Please call George on (03) 9752 5838 for bookings, see http://www.magpiehous...­ .
Recommended donation $20 conc / $30 full

More info below this photo. Session will be professionally videod.


Murray and Kangyini George, Pitjantjatjara Elders from the APY lands of NW South Australia, are ready and raring to go for a fantastic weekend of meeting, greeting, sharing and teaching traditional desert culture in and around Melbourne. See below for a full list of their public engagements and workshops. Saturday's full day workshop is selling fast, and numbers are capped so please call Anthony on 0408 387 462 to avoid disappointement.
Due to demand, two events have been added: A free public talk on Friday evening at Minajalku healing Centre (7-8pm), and an evening "Short-Stories from the Desert" workshop in Upwey 6-8:30pm.
For those that haven't done so already, it's worth having a look at the Two Brothers Walking documentary trailer, of which Murray and Kangyini are part of. http://twobrotherswal...­
"Two Brothers Walking" is a documentary about spiritual people in spiritual country. It reveals the creative and regenerative force of Rainbow Serpent Dreaming that extends from central Australia to Far North Queensland.
Traditional owners give the filmmakers privileged access as they visit sacred country to record stories and practices for the first time. They are intent on preserving knowledge of the Dreaming for future generations.
The documentary is suitable for everyone interested in learning about Aboriginal ways of life in Australian."
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