First Nations Elder invite to share animal wisdom for harmony and #PlanetWe

Dear First Nations Elders, there will be no future storyline or generations of people unless humans decide to be a #PlanetWe tribe. The First Nations ways are rooted in sustainability, love and connection, is it not? The planet-me selfish humans need to understand and act to help us all to be here. Your Wisdom is sorely needed by those who have lost their ethnic roots into greed and ‘I’ll be ok at your and the environment’s expense’ way of living.

Are there any Elders out there who want to help save this planet and their own culture? I’m seriously keen to assist, whispering is relating to nature, it takes us into the core of our inner self. It teaches us to be our genuine self with joy and love. This is where the timeless strength of the ancient First Nations is needed. Modern humans are busy destroying everybody’s children’s and grandkids future.

I am looking for the guidance of the First Nations people to integrate to help this message to bring a sustainable way so we all have a future. It’s time share, time to attract the non-tribal-blooded Ozzie’s and other global people to love and respect each other, to work as a team and save all species, environments, cultures and countries via harmony.

I would also like to explore if my whispering and academic life coaching methodologies can be incorporated with cultural ways to assist the young First Nations people. I’d like to envision as simple program that helps the young use their neurology and psychology in a way that helps them to learn, grow their emotional intelligence and use their culture within the western system so they can succeed and thrive.

I’d love to help share your planet caring knowledge as all people need to act fast. Relating with nature teaches us about how to live sustainably and in harmony, not me versus them, and them “doing as I say”. Those cultures that are now disconnected from our Earth Mother are killing it so fast Australia will burn again this year.

The pending 2023 Fire Armageddon

Fires are already happening in NSW, QLD and Victoria’s East Gippsland in October 2023. I experienced the Fire Armageddon first hand in December 2019 to January 2020 when living near Lake Tyers (Lakes Entrance) in East Gippsland. I recall the night the emergency app said “Go inside, don’t go out and if you see the flames, you’ll already be dead as the radiant heat will kill you”. At that time I was recording videos as grey ash and black carbonated leaves rained down from the sky.

The pyro-cumulonimbus clouds generated by these huge fires caused dry lightning sparking faster fire spread. The sun was obscured by the smoke and it seemed like dusk four hours too early. At 2 am the strong westerly winds changed 90 degrees to the south with force. The Lake Tyers communities and Orbost were saved and areas like Mallacoota were destroyed instead.

It is estimated the FOUR BILLION native animals had to flee, if they could move at 30kph, or they were cooked alive over that fire period across Australia. Species such as the amazingly beautiful Gang Gang parrot suffered a 70% population decline as their nesting trees were burnt and they were cooked alive. I experienced firsthand PTSD and the healing process over the next six months. My heart felt connection and sadness at the loss of so many animals triggered deep grief and neurological dysfunction. Unfortunately, Covid broke out in March 2020 and lockdowns were imposed. The people, places and species were all but forgotten as the emerging pandemic took everyone’s attention.

Below is a video of a heat stressed King parrot during the massive Fire Armageddon in December 2019 a week before it wiped out many towns. I want to help share the knowledge to help prevent and educate people to help save our planet and native species.

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