Western Australia has a secret place that not many people know about. First let me say it should be listed as one of the seven wonders of the world. Biased opinion? Well I’ll let you decide for yourselves.
Below I will put some images that give you a very small glimpse into what this amazing place has to offer.
The name of this place was once called Hamersley Ranges, now it is known as Karajini.
Kanyini, which Karajini is taken from means responsibility and unconditional love for all of creation and it envelops the four principles of aboriginal life:
Tjukurrpa– Creation Period ( ‘dreamtime’): Kurunpa– Spirit, Soul, Psyche: Walytja- Family, Kinship: Ngura– Land, Home, Place or Mother.
” Kanyini is best expressed in English as the combination of the two words ‘responsibility’ and ‘love’, but it is actually a relationship; it is an enormous caring with no limit – it has no timeframe: it is eternal.
This is so much of what this place speaks of, it is like you are descending into the artsacpes of God. You feel the embrace of nature and the grandeur of creation as well as it feeling like you are coming home to where things were a lot simpler and far more beautiful.