Djalu Gurruwiwi is the custodian of the culture of the Yidaki aka Didgeridoo. The Yidaki is a wind instrument rhythm language allowing the player to connect the tongue, voice, diaphragm, and breath to nature patterns. It comes from Northern East Territory of Australia, Arnhemland from the Yolngu people.
Yolngu culture for hundreds of generations has evolved to house knowledge and wisdom gift wrapped inside of paintings, songs, rhythms, and dances. While the head forgets, the heart remembers. This powerful pedagogy has empowered Yolngu people to share deep connections of the natural world and pass it on in forms of community celebrations in ceremonies.
Djalu has devoted his life to sharing this rich culture internationally. He has voyaged shore to shore like the greenback turtle planting cultural seeds so that we too can learn how to connect with nature patterns and use them as tools and medicine.
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