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As has become customary in Australia the  Subud Australia Congress began by acknowledging the indigenous people who are the traditional custodians of the land, the Whadjuk people of the Noongar nation. We pay our respects to their elders and to their continuing cultural spiritual and religious practices. Tribal dancers opened the Congress with a performance of a traditional warrior dance.

Also in this issue…

SUBUD AUSTRALIAN CONGRESS…the editor reports

MY COLOMBIAN ADVENTURE…by Ashwin Rajaraman

SALE OF GRAN SALON…by Elaina Dodson

ISSUES FOR DISCUSSION…from the editor

FROM ”OBSERVATIONS AND PROPOSALS”…by Nahum Harlap

WHAT IS INTENDED FOR SUBUD…by Virginia Thomas

THE BIG FREEZE…by Lucien Hinkle

PROJECTS AND PROPERTIES…Zone 3 magazine

LIFE IN THIS WORLD…by Sebastian Paemen

DUMBFOUNDED…by Adam Hammer

OBITUARIES & TRIBUTES…

 


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NEW BOOK ABOUT THE HOMELESS

Livingston Armytage writes…

I’m very pleased (and relieved) to report that “Homeless: Hidden in plain sight” is published at last. In this book, I portray the lives of Sydney’s homeless with dignity, identity and voice. This book will give viewers an opportunity to see these people with understanding rather than ignoring or judging them as losers or ‘dole bludgers’.

VIDEO INTRO: https://fb.watch/g2uOOsURTx/

It is available in Australia/Europe at: https://www.tgpublishing.com.au, and in the US/Canada at: Chatwin Books. All proceeds donated to the ‘Matthew Talbot Shelter’ for the homeless in Sydney, Australia.

More information on the publishers’ websites, above; and also at: https://www.chatwinbooks.com/livingston-armytage .

Livingston Armytage is an Australian photographer who has worked in more than 50 countries mainly across Asia in places far beyond the tourist path. His photographs take the viewer behind the postcard view to illuminate and show the lives of others…

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HARMONY & RESULTS – THE SUSILA DHARMA CONFERENCE Yayasan Saudara Sejiwa in Bandung … Read on

RAPUNZEL, RAPUNZEL is a story by Harris Smart about how the world of dreams, myths and fairytales can erupt into everyday life… Read on

PARIS, FRANCE is a story by Harris about a visit to Paris in which he was robbed by gypsies… it also has something to say about photography… Read on

PARIS: JAZZ is by Lawrence Brazier and is also set in Paris and has something to say about jazz and other things… Read on

THE STUTTERER a is a chapter from Husain Chung’s book GOD THE THERAPIST (available from amazon.com) and gives an insight into the way that Husain works with people… Read on

RELAX! THE BODY KNOWS THE WAY is a reflection by Harris on the nature of the body as an indicator of the inner nature and a portal to spiritual experience… Read on

WOOF: Lawrence Brazier sends a story from Vienna… Read on

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