Traditional Aboriginal people understood the healing and regenerative powers of nature, and chose to live close to and compatibly with nature.

They solved the problem of living subsistently and sustainably in an easy, uncomplicated way, enabling them to live well in all climates and over all terrain during all seasons.

They understood how, through their spiritual practices, to access deeper, wiser levels of consciousness, enabling sound guidance to ensure sustainable regeneration and perpetuation of themselves and their ways of living over tens of thousands of years.

Today, by consciously embracing appropriate traditional and modern sustainable ways of living, all Aboriginal peoples living in remote communities can:

  • relate to one another in ways that are mutually healing and uplifting, and where relationships continue to improve;
  • create ways of living that are wholesome, creative, intelligent, sensible, effective, efficient, non-polluting, ecologically sustainable, problem free, thoroughly enjoyable and extremely beneficial for children and adolescents;
  • create shelters that are inexpensive, highly functional, ecologically friendly, climate and temperature protected, and always comfortable;
  • design communities with all of the above benefits, to be places of creative living, healing, learning, enrichment and upliftment of all members, and to facilitate self-actualisation;
  • grow abundant wholesome food with minimal maintenance in minimal space;
  • live in completely enjoyable ways that ensure robust health and vigour over their entire lives;
  • live relaxed, stress-free, completely fulfilling lives, with limitless learning about exiting ways to live;
  • bring their children up safe, secure, healthy, wholesome, naturally competent and confident and optimistic;

do all of the above inexpensively, and live extremely well subsistently and sustainably, even if below the official income poverty line.

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