Here is the next part of Geboor (Book 2 of Nanima Series).
In late May and early June, a sickness takes over the ballroom dancing world. A magic sort of sickness called Blackpool Fever. It doesn’t matter if the dancer has been to Blackpool or not, if they aspire to go or don’t, if they religiously watch every livestream or the occasional social media video. Since its inception a century ago, Blackpool Dance Festival has become the most prestigious international ballroom dancing competition of the year.
A touch of light hit the Nanima horizon, and Maliyan began the long journey to Geboor. She crisscrossed the countryside towards the Great Dividing Range. As well as watching the colours of the morning sky, she had to watch out for kangaroos. They move quickly and impulsively, with no road sense, and are most active at dawn and dusk. For their sake and hers, an unscheduled meeting was best avoided.
Walk with me to the top of Hanging Rock, which is a spectacular sacred place. Places, like people, have their own particular energy. We can use it for our growth and benefit. Hanging Rock in Victoria, Australia, is vibrant, intense, otherworldly, mysterious, changeable, and predominantly masculine. At the top, you can see Mount Macedon in the distance. The Aboriginal name for Mount Macedon is Geboor. Geboor (Book 2 of Dadirri Series) is the current book I am writing and sharing with you. While Hanging Rock has a strong masculine vibration, Geboor is feminine in nature. Nature balances itself.