Aboriginal Dreaming Totems

By: Mel Brown

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Seek enlightenment and direction through the ancient Dreamtime.

Aboriginal Dreaming Totems have been used for thousands of years as a way of seeking advice. The use of totems is not fortune-telling in the sense that you actually see the future – instead, the dreaming totems provide the user with a means of analysing questions and seeking answers about a likely outcome.

The future is not fixed and you have the power to change it as you see fit. If you do not like the prediction, then you can choose an alternative dreaming path.

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ISBN: 9781925682243

Published: Apr/18 (AU/NZ), Jul/18 (UK)

Format: Slipcase

Extent: 40 pages

About The Author

Mel Brown

Mel Brown

Author

Melinda Brown is a Ngunnawal woman who resides in the Northern Rivers Bundjalung Nation and has attained a Master’s in Indigenous Healing and Trauma.

Mel embraced her clairvoyant skills many years ago, and embarked on a journey to understand that her spiritual beliefs were not just limited to her Aboriginal culture, but encompassed many different types of beliefs from cross the world.

Mel has a unique way of highlighting that the ownership of spirituality belongs to the each individual and is not defined by labels or limited to just one understanding of life and creation, and as human beings, our spiritual needs cannot usually be met by one singular belief system.

The melding of cultures and spiritual beliefs lead Mel to create a range of Aboriginal Oracles cards which are being increasingly recognised across the world. Mel is always working on the “next” deck, and embraces her creativity as a therapeutic way to better understand that spirituality is unique and individual for all our Brothers and Sisters across the Universe.


As a professional Speaker and Trainer, Mel is known for her expertise in Aboriginal cultural competency, and lateral violence both Nationally and Internationally.

Mel was recognised for her work in the area of service provision for Aboriginal families, and was awarded an ACT Public Service Award for the “Most Improved Services to Aboriginal Children and Families in the ACT”, by the ACT Chief Minister, and in 2011, NSW Industry & Investment recognised Mel as one of the top 3 Aboriginal business women in NSW.

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