Acknowledgement and respect – Wardandi / Wadandi Boodja

Acknowledgement of country

Tig-Le House acknowledges that we live and work in traditional Wardandi / Wadandi – Pibelmen Noongar Boodja, Saltwater people’s country, whose ancestors and descendants are the traditional peoples and custodians of this country.

We acknowledge and pay our respects to the traditional custodians the First Nations people and families of this land. We offer our respect and acknowledgement to their Elders past, present and emerging. To their continuing cultural and spiritual practices, to their vast knowledge, and to their efforts caring for land and people and the living breathing spirit of country.

To all of theirs, and to the many peoples who continue to unite and contribute to the creation of a healthy, just, and peaceful humanity working for the health of this world we give thanks.

We acknowledge and respect that we all live together sharing in the songs and stories of the deep heart of Boodja and Living Earth.

In Recognition & Respect

This acknowledgement comes from of the heart of Tig-Le House in the spirit of traditional secular buddhadharma interwoven with the heart language and expression of Local Elders, Undalup Association, and South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council Noongar protocols.

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