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While wishing to delve deep into the reasons for her great-grandad's pain and passive aggression, Sandy Ross inadvertently came across the sociological issues that stem from the Two-Way culture that many aboriginal natives of Australia have inherited down the generations. Through Wurruwarrin, author Sandy Ross seeks to spread and teach the ancient knowledge of the aboriginal natives, which has been neglected for far too long in contemporary Australia. In the first couple of chapters, she explores her own Feminine Influence and how it impacted her relationships. Ross rejects the commonly held Western belief that "if something can't be proved, it can't be considered knowledge" as irrational. The book also compares the human development stages of the two cultures, recounting some notable events that shaped the lives of aboriginal natives in Australia.
Wurruwarrin gives readers a thorough glimpse into the Wurruwarrin philosophy, how it can help pinpoint skills to heal past negative behaviors, the significance of Hindmarsh and Mundoo Icelands, and the waters of the Goolwa channel, and much more. Sandy Ross takes a meticulous approach to the narrative, with well-researched facts and keen details to support her arguments. This book gives a rare view into Wurruwarrin philosophy, and it makes you appreciate how it has withstood the passage of time through generations, even surviving the oppression of the colonial era. The rich history and culture of the aboriginal natives predate the arrival of the colonists, and Wurruwarrin makes that perfectly clear. A book that forces you to introspect and one that I highly recommend to anyone seeking spiritual guidance.