This week, Tahnee chatted with Camilla Chance, author of "Wisdom Man", a book about the life and philosophy of Aboriginal Elder Banjo Clarke.
Camilla shared how she met Banjo and the Aboriginal people and the huge impact they had on her because they could really "see into her heart"
She shared how the Aboriginal people love and trust the land with their whole being, and how this was such a contrast to way white Australians related to the land when she was growing up.
She also shared how the Aboriginal philosophies are so aligned with her own Baha'i faith, as both are based in heart and love and having compassion for others. Banjo Clarke believed that "there are no bad people on the earth, only unhappy ones."
Camilla shared how the journey of writing this book taught her how to trust her intuition and change her childhood programming of being "self controlled" to following her heart.
And she shared her great love for Byron Bay, a place of great spiritual intensity and happiness. Tahnee was excited to her this, as she is about to move up there!
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