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The Law of the Land.

Our land was formed by laws of nature 4.5billion years ago. Life was formed by laws of the land 3.5 billion years. Human life was formed 200 000 years ago by laws of the land. Human life continues to follow the laws of the land. Australian Aboriginal cultures use language, dance, art, story and song to live, learn and love the Laws of the Land.  Anyone who works with humans needs to know the laws of the land. 

For people who work with people.

Our professional training has three stages.

Stage one: Experience ‘the map’ for  

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  • Comprehensive Visual Framework for Emotional Wellbeing
  • Community Development
  • Self-care
Stage two: Connect ‘your compass’ for

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  • Comprehensive Visual Framework for Self Integrity
  • Balance and Harmony Development
  • Self-care
Stage three: Theory and application of ‘the map’ and ‘your compass’.

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  • Comprehensive Visual Framework for Life
  • Unifying science, arts and spirituality
  • Practical applications in a wide range of individual, community and corporate settings

This training is often described as the missing link as it fits in between everything else you know and expands your mind. Several independent evaluations have been completed including a Psychology Doctoral Thesis, part of which interviewed 17 professionals in how they have used this training.

Any profession that involves people will benefit from this training.

Why is this training different?butterfly tree

Most traditional training relies on verbal consciousness: the ability to put into words knowledge and experiences or training that is non-verbal and unconscious is explorative at best. Kwidjaan training is different, using well researched and established science (quantum physics, mathematics and consciousness), combined with the experience of story, song, art, dance/movement used by Aboriginal communities for over 50,000 years we show ways of knowing that will influence your professional practice. 

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View StoryThe Treadmill

In the beginning we get onto a treadmill and believe that it will take us where we want to go. People and circumstances increase the speed gradually and we don't notice. We just begin to jog, then jog faster until we are running. "I must be getting somewhere because I am using a lot of energy" you tell yourself. Then one day something happens and you find yourself thrown of the treadmill. At first you are devastated, but then you discover that outside there are

  • hikes to walk
  • rivers to swim
  • mountains to climb

That use the same amount of energy that you were using on the treadmill but the experiences are so much more enjoyable. If you are off the treadmill for enough time you learn that people who walk, swim, and climb end up where you wanted to be in the beginning and you discover the treadmill is stationary and your movement forward is an illusion

Some people never learn this at all because they never have the opportunity to be off the treadmill - they run until they drop and someone else takes their place on the treadmill. If you find yourself off the treadmill, even for a short while, use this time to learn. Then you can teach your children about hiking, swimming and climbing which is far more enjoyable than using a treadmill.

Keep your goals in mind but enjoy your journey.